Both Red Sox gaming runners from the Colorado Mountains this week required additional innings.
But, unlike Tuesday, Boston came out on Wednesday, and Michael Chaves came in first place on the 10th, giving Sok a 6-5 win at Fenway Park.
This was a good finish for Red Sox, which had previously defeated gaps.
Red Sox rises to 23-20 with a win, and Rockies falls to 20-22 with a loss.
Here's how it happened:
GAME IN WORD
Whether it was Chávez or Marcus Walden, the Red Sox guys made big dreams late in the game.
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The first three feedings were relatively free of stress for Rodriguez. He allowed to get in the first account and two singles per second without an account, after which from 1-2-3 third.
The task of protecting the fourth position 5-0 led to the fact that the left-hander allowed Colorado to return the pair. Mark Reynolds released an inning with a single, and two spouses, Jan Desmond, later put the pair in a position. David Dahl hit the first Rokits race with a victim flying in the center, then Tony Walters brought another one with a double down right line of the line, reducing Boston to 5-2. With runners on the second and third and two with, Rodriguez got Charlie Blackmon to fly to finish inning.
Rodríguez went through the sixth and sixth without problems, but the wheels fell in seventh place. On the left, it was extracted after loading the databases without any outs on a single, double, and strikethrough baht.
– Matt Barnes went into a rather unenviable situation, and he could not get out of jaym.
On the right, Trevor allowed history one by one, placing two runs to make 5-4 Boston. After Nolan Arenado has crossed out, Barnes has led to a breakdown of strikes by Daniel Murphy. RBI Murphy finished the night of Barnes, and all three rides he allowed to earn on the account of Rodriguez.
– Walden fired Barnes, knocked Raimel Tapia to end the seventh, and the other – to the side.
He returned to the eighth and went off to the side, striking out one. Walden also smashed 1-2-3, knocked out two.
– Hit Hembri allowed in the 10th, entering Arnad, then led the next two assailants before heading to Desmond, finishing the end of his night.
– Brandon Warman stopped both runners, striking Dahl to finish the 10th.
– Rodriguez received some support at an early stage when Red Sox posted two tracks on the starting German Markus Rockies
Andrew Beninndi, Mukki Betts and J. inning with singles with a base hit Martinez, who brought Beninndi for the first time the game was launched. Mitch Morland set up a next-at-bat in a double game, but in the process brought Betts to make it 2-0.
– Red Sox has expanded leadership in the third inning.
Beninteed dispersed one of the three from the Green Monster and then came home the next bet on the flash to the right of Betts. The next striker, Martinez, blew up a two-shot shot at the Boston bullpen to make a 5-0 Red Sox.
– Xander Bogaerts started the 10th with a double to the dead center, then the Rocky Mountains deliberately went to Raphael Devers. This allowed Chavis to intervene and level the middle before swiming Bogaerts and ending the game.
– Betts led the Red Sox with three hits.
– Beninndi, Martinez, Chavis and Christian Vazquez were hit by two strikes.
– "Bogaerts" and "Jackie Bradley Jr." had one blow.
– Morland and Devers became fearless, as did Eduardo Nunes in his strike.
TWEET OF THE DAY
There are no arguments here.
Red Sox will start a series of three games from Houston Astros on the night. Roche Porcello will get his boss in Boston, and the Astros star will be determined. The first step from the Fenway Park is set at 7:10 pm. ET
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