Red Sox Talk

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After defeating the Rays earlier in the day, they got even with the Red Sox in the second game of the day-night doubleheader, 6-2.
2y
Although he picked up the loss, Erik Bedard had a solid outing for the Sox, only allowing one earned run. Ellsbury's home run put him in some good company, but wasn't enough to get the Sox another win.
2y
Jed Lowrie started a fourth-inning triple play, the first by the Red Sox since 1994, but a sloppy eight inning in the field, not entirely Lowrie's fault, overshadows it unfortunately
2y
The Red Sox took the early game of the day-night doubleheader, but the Rays responded with a win of their own for the second game, 6-2.
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Jacoby Ellsbury's three-run home run, and Jon Lester's dominating performance helped the Red Sox defeat the Rays at Fenway Park, 3-1.
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Jon Lester and Ellsbury did the load of the work Tuesday afternoon, as Ellsbury's homer, and Lester's pitching essentially were the difference in the Sox win.
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Jon Lester dominates and Jacoby Ellsbury homers to lead the Red Sox over the Rays in Game 1 of Tuesday's doubleheader.

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