Deutsche Bank Championship 2013 leaderboard: Sergio Garcia pulls ahead

Jim Rogash

Midway through the second round, Sergio Garcia has charged into the lead.

Sergio Garcia had seven birdies and an eagle Saturday, firing a seven-under 64 in the second round to take the lead in the Deutsche Bank Championship. Garcia hit a double-bogey at the par four 14th, but put a bow on his round with an eagle on the 18th to climb to 13-under in the tournament.

Roberto Castro finished at six-under on the day, moving into second place at 12-under.

Phil Mickelson, the leader after Day 1, is at 10-under with birdies on holes two and four through eight holes. Lefty dominated the back nine on Friday with seven birdies and two pars so it's hard to imagine seeing him standing pat at 10-under on Saturday.

Justin Rose gave TPC Boston the Mickelson treatment Saturday, tying Lefty for the best round of the tournament so far with an eight-under 63. He moved right behind Mickelson to 9-under for the tournament.

Rory McIlroy and Bubba Watson are both at 1-under -- the projected cut -- and on the course this afternoon.

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