June 24, 2016

G73: Red Sox 8, Rangers 7

Red Sox - 000 202 004 - 8  9  0
Rangers - 312 100 000 - 7 16  0
David Price had one of the worst starts of his career (2.1-12-6-0-1, 59), but somehow the Red Sox came back and won.

Top of the 9th, Boston down 7-4:
Diekman relieved Barnette.
Bradley (ccbbbff) walked.
Brentz (cf) struck out swinging.
Shaw (cbbff) popped out to shortstop.
León hit for Vázquez.
León (c - Bradley to second on indifference - bbffffbff) doubled to left, Bradley scored.
Bush relieved Diekman.
Betts (bc) homered to center, León and Betts scored.
Pedroia (sbbbf) walked.
Bogaerts (bfbbc) singled to right, Pedroia to third.
Ortiz (fsbb - wild pitch, Pedroia scored, Bogaerts to second - f) flied out to left.
Koji Uehara struck out the side, all three swinging, in the bottom of the ninth.

Earlier in the game, Hanley Ramirez hit a two-run homer in the fourth and Jackie Bradley belted a two-run dong in the sixth.
David Price / Nick Martinez
Betts, RF
Pedroia, 2B
Bogaerts, SS
Ortiz, DH
Ramirez, 1B
Bradley, CF
Brentz, LF
Shaw, 3B
Vazquez, C
Another Boston left fielder has been hurt. After losing the services of Brock Holt and Blake Swihart, Boston placed Chris Young on the disabled list (right hamstring) and called up Bryce Brentz from Pawtucket.

3 comments:

allan said...

And the Padres put up this linescore against the Reds:
111 111 250
Went down in order in the 9th...

paul hickman said...

Just a query - heard the other night on WEEI ( via computer ) that the Sox were some horrific & not unexpected number , about 1 out of 19 when trailing after 8 innings ? When was last time trailed by 3 & got home ? At a guess I'd say its probably about a "once in a season" scenario ?

allan said...

1-19 when trailing after 8 is not horrific and is actually quite expected. Most teams - even pennant-winning ones - have very poor records in that situation.