Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Bogie And Raffy Lead Offense, Price Shines, Red Sox Beat Pale Hose, 6-3

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Rafael Devers went 4-4 (with three doubles) and Xander Bogaerts hit the game-winning home run as the Red Sox ended the first half of the 2019 season with a 6-3 win over the White Sox. David Price pitched six solid innings for his fifth win of the year—striking out nine Pale Hosers, walking none and giving up just two earned runs. The bullpen delivered three shutout innings to seal the victory. The offense was also aided by Christian Vazquez (1-4, 2 RBIs)—who is now hitting .290 with 30 RBIs. The win allowed Boston to keep pace with The Evil Ones at 8 games back. The Red Sox are now seven games over .500—and just two games out of second place. After today's matinee at Fenway, the Red Sox wing their way across the pond to face The Bronx Embalmers over the weekend in London.