The Red Sox appear to like coming back from behind as they have in the last few games and it seems to be working as they were able to win over the Rangers in Boston 6-5 on Sunday afternoon putting them at 13-7 for the season and still leading the American League East.
Tim Wakefeild came out for Boston to get the night going and ended up staying most of the night going eight innings for the Red Sox and giving up only one hit put picking up his second win of the season putting him at 2-0. Jonathan Papelbon was brought in to close and got his 7th save of the year giving up no hits.
Five Boston hitters got RBIs including David Ortiz, J.D. Drew, Dustin Pedroia, Sean Casey, and Jed Lowrie.
With Boston taking on Texas one more time tomorrow afternoon and one game away from a four game sweep, do you think they have what it takes?
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