Wednesday, August 10, 2022

The Red Sox lost 10 innings to the Rays

Boston. Austin Meadows entered the race inside the park in the ninth inning, Nelson Cruz singled out to give his team the lead in the 10th, and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Boston Red Sox 11 to cover a six-run deficit. -10 on Monday.

The Rays, the leaders of the AL East, took advantage of four errors, the biggest when center fielder Alex Verdugo appeared to miss a fly ball from Cruz toward the blazing sun and was dismissed in the fourth.

The ball bounced off Verdugo’s glove and Cruz circled the bases of the play, scoring a wild shot from second baseman Taylor Motter, which brought Tampa Bay to a 7-5 close in the game, where he faced the Los Angeles ace. Happened. , Chris Sell.

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Cruz also hit home and had a pair of career RBI singles as the Rays extended their lead over New York in the AL East to an 8 1/2 game. The Red Sox missed a chance to overtake the Yankees for the first wild-card spot in the American League.

The Red Sox took a 9-8 lead when Meadows opened the ninth by hitting a Garrett Whitlock (7-3) fastball through center field at Fenway Park, out of reach of a hangman to catch the ball. Boston then lost the relief, allowing Meadows to hit home plate.

Cruz singled out in the 10th in a back-to-back tiebreaker run, and was then scored on a single by Brandon Lowe. Rez scored a total of six dirty runs.

After trailing 11-9 in the 10th, Boston was close to a run when Jose Iglesias hit an RBI single off Colin McHae (6-1). With one out and first and second runners, JD Martinez is lined up in right field.

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Rafael Devers went to load the base but pinch hitter Kevin Plavecki hit a groundout to end the game.

Vander Franco had four hits for the Razz. The 20-year-old rookie reached base in his 36th consecutive game, breaking Mickey Mantle’s American League record for most consecutive times by a player under 21 in 1951–52; Frank Robinson scored 43 in the Major in 1956.

Sale allowed five runs, only one earned run, and 10 hits in 3 2/3 innings. It was his shortest visit since returning from Tommy John surgery last month.

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