BOSTON It wasn't meant to be for Tim Wakefield tonight, but the same certainly can't be said for Jacoby Ellsbury.
On a night when the 45-year-old right-hander was seeking the ultimate birthday present by capturing his 200th career win in front of the home fans at Fenway Park, it was Ellsbury who once again stole the show.
The Sox center-fielder crushed a pitch in the bottom of the ninth inning for a solo homer to the center field bleachers and powered the Sox a 4-3 victory at Fenway Park with his 18th bomb of the year.
It was the second straight walk-off hit for Ellsbury in consecutive nights and continues a magical comeback campaign for the leadoff hitter extraordinaire. It was also the seventh walk-off win of the season for the Sox.
Cleveland wasnt without its own highlights in this one though.
Rookie second baseman Jason Kipnis hit a home run in his fourth consecutive game, Ezequeil Carrera knocked in the game-tying run and Carlos Carrasco matched Wakefield pitch-for-pitch on what he wanted to be his big day at the Fens.