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The Boston Red Sox (55-42) offense could not break through against the Tigers (52-48) ace Justin Verlander and the bullpen as they drop the first of three at Fenway. The Red Sox left 11 men on base and let a solid start from Drew Pomeranz go to waste. Pomeranz went six innings only giving up two runs in the loss.
The Boston Red Sox (55-41) will host the Detroit Tigers (51-48) for the first of a three game series at Fenway Park. This is the first time the Red Sox have played against the Tigers since signing Dave Dombrowski to be the president of baseball operations. Before coming to Boston, Dombrowski spent 14 years in the Tigers front office. The Red Sox will send newly acquired Drew Pomeranz (8-7, 2.83 ERA) to the mound for his second start in his new uniform. The Tigers will counter with ace Justin Verlander (9-6, 3.74 ERA)
The Boston Red Sox (51-39) will host the San Francisco Giants (57-36) for quick two game series at Fenway Park. This will be the first of nine straight at Fenway and the Red Sox will look to start a new winning streak after their streak was snapped on Sunday night. The Red Sox will send Rick Porcello (11-2, 3.66 ERA) to the mound for the first game of two. The Giants will counter with former Red Sox, Jake Peavy (5-7, 5.09 ERA).
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The Boston Red Sox (49-38) used an early home run from David Ortiz and a solid outing by Price to sweep the Tampa Bay Rays (34-54) at Fenway Park going into the All Star break. Price went eight strong innings to shut down the Rays and earn his ninth win of the season. The Red Sox will go into the break on a high note as they finished with a 7-2 home stand.
The Boston Red Sox (46-38) will take on the Tampa Bay Rays (34-51) at Fenway Park in the final series before the All Star break. The Rays took two of three from Boston last week in Tampa. The Red Sox will look to bounce back as they send Sean O’Sullivan (2-0, 6.61 ERA) to the mound. The Rays will counter with Chris Archer (4-11, 4.50 ERA)