The Walkoff: Red Sox Lefty Bats, Key Double Plays Lead Way To 7-4 Win Over Rays

October 6, 2013 3:00 AM
The Walkoff: Red Sox Lefty Bats, Key Double Plays Lead Way To 7-4 Win Over Rays
" BOSTON (CBS) – The Boston Red Sox pounded David Price and the Rays on Saturday night, and head to St. Petersburg with a chance to advance to the ALCS.

Boston took a 2-0 series lead with a 7-4 victory in Game 2, and will look to close the division series out Monday night in Florida. The Sox hit Tampa stater David Price hard, tagging the lefty for seven runs on nine hits in seven-plus innings.

The Key Moment

There were two turning points for the Sox, and they both involved some good glove work in the field.

Boston turned key double plays to end the seventh and eighth innings, and conserved what was a two-run lead at the time.

The first key twin-killing came in the seventh inning, with Craig Breslow on the hill for his second inning of relief. He got Wil Myers to ground out for the first out, but then hit James Loney and walked Evan Longoria to give the Rays two-on and one out "

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