Red Sox Live Blog: Tigers Take Game 1 After Boston’s Rally Falls Short In Ninth

October 12, 2013 6:31 PM
Red Sox Live Blog: Tigers Take Game 1 After Boston’s Rally Falls Short In Ninth
" Final, 1-0 Tigers: Things got interesting there, but the Sox came up short. Berry stole second with two outs after Drew flew out to right field, then Xander Bogaerts –who entered the game defensively earlier after Carp hit for Middlebrooks — stepped to the plate.

For Bogaerts, it was the biggest baseball opportunity of his life. He showed tremendous poise to lay off a low 2-2 pitch, but on 3-2, he popped out to shortstop for the game’s final out.

Great game. See you back here tomorrow night.

Bottom 9th, 1 out, 1-0 Tigers: The Red Sox have life.

Daniel Nava put on one heck of a battle with Benoit, and he ended up winning, with a single to center field.

Quintin Berry is on to pinch run. Will he go?

Middle 9th, 1-0 Tigers: That was not the type of inning we’re used to seeing out of Koji Uehara, but thanks to Stephen Drew, things turn out OK for the Red Sox.

Uehara gave up a leadoff single to Iglesias, and two batters later, Torii Hunter laced a double to left field "

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