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The Boston Red Sox had to play extra innings on Wednesdsay but they were able to come away with the 6-3 victory in 13 innings and complete a three game sweep of the Seattle Mariners.  Mike Lowell had a two run single and Sean Casey added a rbi single in the 13th inning to provide the winning runs for the Red Sox.  It was awesome to see the Red Sox come back and win this game!

Lowell finished the game with two rbi while Casey, Coco Crisp, and Kevin Youklilis all had one rbi each.  There wasn’t a whole lot of offense for the Sox today but they did enougn to pull out the victory.

Jonathan Papelbon ended up getting the win and is now 4-3 on the season.  Craig Hansen pitched the bottom of the 13th inning to record his second save of the season.  Red Sox starting pitcher Clay Buchholz pitched 5 1/3 innings to get the no decision.  He allowed seven hits and three runs in the game.

The Yankees will now be coming into Boston for big series.  Hopefully the Red Sox swing the bats better then they did on Wednesday or else they will find themselves losing to the Yankees.

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Post info: By GoSoxGo on July 23rd, 2008
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The Boston Red Sox had no problems beating the visting Minnesota Twins on Wednesday as they defeated them by the score of 18-5.  The Red Sox used a seven run 7th inning to really blow the game wide open and finish off the the three game game sweep of Twins.

Dustin Pedroia extended his hitting streak once again as he had three rbi in the game to go along with three rbi from Manny RamirezKevin Youkilis however led the team with four rbi has had a two run home run in the 9th inning to go along with a rbi double and rbi sac fly.  Mike Lowell, and Sean Casey all had two rbi as well.  Jacoby Ellsbury, Jason Varitek, Kevin Cash, and Julio Lugo all had one rbi to help out.  Everybody except Brandon Moss and Jeff Bailey had a rbi in the game.

Josh Beckett earned the win even though he didn’t throw the ball that well.  Beckett only pitched five innings as he gave up eight hits and five runs.  Justin Morneau and Jason Kubel both took Beckett deep to account for three of the five runs that he gave up.  However, Beckett was still able to improve his record to 9-5.

Javier Lopez, Craig Hansen, Manny Delcarmen, and Mike Timlin all pitched great out of the bullpen as the held the Twins to the five runs that Beckett had allowed.  Great job today out of the bullpen!

The Red Sox are now off on Thursday and will pick things back up Friday against the Baltimore Orioles.

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Post info: By GoSoxGo on July 9th, 2008
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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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Post info: By GoSoxGo on April 21st, 2008
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The Boston Red Sox had 13 hits on the night, and they scored 12 runs, now that is what I call production at the plate!  Up and down the lineup, Red Sox batters piled on the RBI’s and the Red Sox went on for the 12-6 victory.

Sean Casey went 2-5 with a game high three RBI.  Manny Ramirez, Kevin Youkilis, J.D. Drew, and Coco Crisp all had two RBI each.  Kevin Cash didn’t want to be left out and had one RBI.

Tim Wakefield pitched five innings to pick up the win.  He only allowed one earned run on the night.  One other run did score but that was helped out by a Red Sox error.

One player that did have some problems pitching was Julian Tavarez who pitched .2 innings and gave up three earned runs.

The Red Sox record is now 5-5 after the victory over the Tigers.

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Post info: By GoSoxGo on April 10th, 2008
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The Boston Red Sox just don’t have an answer to the Toronto Blue Jays.  On Saturday, the Blue Jays beat the Red Sox 10-2 and the Blue Jays have no won six straight games against the Red Sox.

Every pitcher for the Red Sox gave up atleast one earned run besides Julian Tavarez.  Starting pitcher Taylor Buchholz have up three earned runs in five innings, Kyle Snyder allowed two earned runs in a third of an inning, and Bryan Corey allowed four earned runs in a third of an inning.  It was definately a big letdown by the pitching staff today.

Manny Ramirez and Sean Casey each had an RBI at the plate, but wasn’t even close to being enough.

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Post info: By GoSoxGo on April 5th, 2008
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Sean Casey and the Boston Red Sox have signed a one year contract for the 2008 season.  The deal is believed to be worth $700,000.  Casey will pretty much sit on the bench and do a little pitch hitting here and there.  I don’t think he will really have much value for this team unless the Red Sox have a couple of injuries happen at the first base position.

Casey will be there to come off the bench, and as long as he knows that he will pretty much just be a pitch hitter I’m ok with this deal.  He is a veteran so I’m sure he is ok with this role, he just wants to get the post season and contend for a World Series.

Post info: By GoSoxGo on February 1st, 2008
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