The Red Sox were never in this game. Drew's single in the fifth inning was Boston's first hit. Eric Hinske's pinch-hit double in the eighth was the second. David Murphy scored the lone Boston run, tripling with two outs in the top of the ninth and scoring on Mike Lowell's double.
For the Pads, Khalil Greene hit two home runs and singled, Josh Bard doubled, homered and drove in three runs -- Bard and Greene going back-to-back in the sixth finished Wakefield's night -- and Mike Cameron singled, doubled and scored twice.
Tim Wakefield (4.18, 108 ERA+) / Chris Young (2.26, 177 ERA+)
Young was working on another gem on Saturday in his previous start, opening the game with three scoreless and hitless innings before plunking Derrek Lee with a pitch to start the fourth frame. On his way to first base, Lee took a swing at Young and the benches cleared. Both players were ejected. Up until that point, Young had walked two and struck out two.The Red Sox pitching staff has allowed only one run over the last 28 innings and limited the opposition to 0, 1 or 2 runs in five of the last seven games.