Offensive Notes From Red Sox’ 17-5 Win Over Rangers

June 5, 2013 2:14 PM
Offensive Notes From Red Sox’ 17-5 Win Over Rangers
" BOSTON (CBS) – The Boston Red Sox pulled ahead a season-high 17 scores against the Texas Rangers on Tuesday time period on the way to their ordinal get in the past five games.

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- The Red Sox’ 17 tallies advanced were the most in a competition since they set up 18 tally against the Baltimore Orioles on September 1, 2011.

- Boston united 19 exploits, the to the highest degree since their 20 exploits against the Kansas City Royals past August.13 of those 19 exploits were for other foundations (eight doubles, a multiple and four bingle) — the to the highest degree since 1990 and the to the highest degree at Fenway since 1950 "

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