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What a weird game. After the Sox knew they won the division, they took a 3-0 lead going into the bottom of the ninth. Craig Kimbrel wasn't at all effective and the Red Sox lost this one, 5-3, on a grand slam by Mark Teixeira.
What a comeback! The Red Sox scored five times with two outs in the ninth inning to take out the Yankees 7-5 in the first game of this four game set.
The Red Sox begin a four-game series with the New York Yankees. Over the next few weeks, the American League East could fluxuate as four of the five teams are within four games of the division lead.
After a tough 2-1 loss last night, the Sox will give it another shot against the San Diego Padres, the worst team in the National League West.
The Boston Red Sox begin a nine game road trip with the Oakland Athletics. It's a three game set, then they go to San Diego for three games. They finish this road trip with another three game series between the current American League East leaders, the Toronto Blue Jays.
Despite an 11-7 record in the month of August, the Red Sox look to be heating up as of late, winning seven of their past eight games, including a big 10-2 win last night.
Red Sox swept the Baltimore Orioles in their short two game series as rain drops kept falling on their heads.
From the get-go, it was evident that Eduardo Rodriguez had his good stuff tonight. However, with some late inning drama, the Yankees came back against a Red Sox bullpen that falters once again.