March 17, 2004

Red Sox 3, Cleveland 1. In a crisp 2:18.
Cleveland   001 000 000  -  1  5  0

Boston 000 101 10x - 3 6 1

Curt Schilling pitched six strong innings: 2 hits, 1 run, 0 walks, 2 strikeouts. He threw 74 pitches, including 50 strikes. Schilling's next outing will be Monday against the Dodgers. ... After Schilling allowed a solo home run to Casey Blake, Boston tied the game in the 4th when Nomar walked, went to third on Ortiz's single and scored on Millar's fly ball. In the 6th, Ortiz pounded a home run (his 5th this spring) off Giovanni Carrara. In the 7th, Kapler led off with a double, moved to third on a bunt and scored on Cesar Crespo's single. The Red Sox are now 8-5. Mike F's report.

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