Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Red Sox Win on Walks (17-16)

The Red Sox won a very sloppy game yesterday by a score of 7-6. John Lackey (right) was not sharp, allowing 6 runs in 6 innings, but he was good enough for a win as he has been quite good this year at 4-1/4.60/27. The Red Sox scored most of their runs on walks, as Blue Jays' starter, Brandon Morrow walked 4 in the 2nd inning. Dustin Pedroia had 2 RBIs in a 2-4 game, Victor Martinez had a nice game, going 1-5 with 3 RBIs. David Ortiz looks to be breaking out of his slump, as he had an RBI in a 1-5 game. Jonathan Van Every impressed in a 2-3 game, but he will have to go down to Pawtucket soon. Mike Cameron started at DH for the PawSox yesterday, but I don't know where Ellsbury is. By the way, the Yankees and Rays both lost, so at 17-16, the Red Sox are 5.5 games back. Tonight, Daisuke Matsuzaka (1-1/9.90/7) pitches against Dana Eveland (3-1/3.82/16). The Sox have a winning record, let's pad it!

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