" Final — Red Sox 7, Rays 4
" Uehara makes it look so easy, doesn’t he?
" The Boston closer needed just 11 pitches — all strikes — to retire the Rays 1-2-3 in the ninth as Boston wins Game 2 of the ALDS 7-4 to take a 2-0 series lead.
Uehara struck out Joyce and Lobaton on just six pitches, and needed just five more to get Myers to ground out to Napoli to end it.
The Red Sox will head to St. Pete tomorrow and hold a quick workout at 4pm. Game 3 is set for 6:07 p.m. on Monday night, with Clay Buchholz going up against Alex Cobb.
End 8th — Red Sox 7, Rays 4
Jake McGee gave up a pair of singles, but worked around them as he retired the Sox in the bottom of the 8th without any further damage.
But now the Rays will have to face Koji Uehara, who is as lights-out as it comes in the ninth "
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