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Ethan Winter

Ethan Winter

Ethan Winter is a member of the Red Sox Beat for CLNS. He is a passionate and die hard Red Sox and Boston sports fan and is a 2014 graduate of High Point University. When he isn't watching or covering the Red Sox for CLNS, he is galavanting across Massachusetts as a freelance writer covering high school sports for various newspapers. 

Aaron Judge put on a show as he hit a total of 47 home runs with four of them going more than 500 feet as he takes home the title of Home Run Derby Champion back to the Bronx defeating the Minnesota Twins Miguel Sano.

We recap the Red Sox 4-1 loss to the Minnesota Twins Wednesday night. 

Rick Porcello's first inning struggles return as bats are a no show in the loss. 

The Red Sox had a chance to win their fourth consecutive series but their normally reliable bullpen struggled to find the plate and blew their first save in 21 opportunities thanks to Royals catcher Salvador Perez's first career grand slam in the eighth inning gave Kansas City a 6-4 lead. The Royals would keep that lead and take the rubber game of the series. 

The bullpens implosion spoiled a strong start from Drew Pomeranz and Andrew Benintendi and Xander Bogaerts hit back to back home runs in the fourth inning to tie the game up at 2-2. 

Chris Sale strikes out 10 batters as he sits down 19 Royals in a row in dominating 8 1/3 innings effort as Red Sox bats come alive giving him eight runs of support in win. Sale becomes second Red Sox pitcher in history next to Hall of Famer Pedro Martinez to strike out at least 10 batters in 10 starts in a single season. 

With the win, the Red Sox are now all alone in first place in the AL East thanks to Yankees seventh straight loss. 

Xander Bogaerts hits his first multi-home run game of his career as he leads the Red Sox to a 6-5 victory over MLB best Houston Astros. With the win, the Red Sox move into a tie of first place in the AL East with the New York Yankees.

David Price did not have a good start following his blowup with the Boston media Wednesday night.

The Boston Red Sox move to within a game of first place as they are able to hang on to a 5-4 victory over the New York Yankees. Mitch Moreland and Hanley Ramirez go back to back and Andrew Benintendi goes yard as well. Craig Kimbrel strikes out five as he records the four out save to preserve the victory. 

-Pablo Sandoval goes 3-for-4 with a RBI in his first game back since coming off of the 10 day disabled list

- Drew Pomeranz goes at least 6 innings for the second consecutive start as he pitches seven innings for the first time this season giving up one earned run on seven hits, eight strike outs and no walks. 

Five Red Sox pitchers strikeout 20 Rangers batters as Boston defeats Texas 6-2 thanks to Drew Pomeranz' strong pitching performance and Xander Bogaerts first home run of the season. 

The Red Sox got another strong performance from Chris Sale as he made Major League history striking out at least 10 batters in a game for the eighth consecutive start tying his own record with former Red Sox ace and Hall of Famer Pedro Martinez. Unfortunately, the Red Sox waste another fantastic Chris Sale start as the offense could only score two runs for him before ultimately falling to the Oakland Athletics in extra innings on a Mark Cahna walk-off home run in the tenth.

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