• Mariners' hot Cruz will challenge Red Sox

    5 monthes ago - By Fox Sports

    Nelson Cruz was suffering from migraines when the Seattle Mariners were in Tampa Bay last weekend. He certainly has been causing headaches for opposing pitchers recently.
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  • Price sharp, Xander excels as Sox top M's

    5 monthes ago - By MLB News

    With a combination of power and command, David Price was marvelous on Thursday night at Safeco Field, leading the Red Sox to a 2-1 victory over the sizzling Seattle Mariners in the opener of a four-game series. Helping make the win possible was a strong, two-way performance from Xander Bogaerts. The shortstop smashed his 10th homer of the season - matching the total he had in 2017 - to snap a 1-1 tie with two outs in the sixth.
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  • Red Sox hold off Mariners' magic in 2-1 victory

    Red Sox hold off Mariners' magic in 2-1 victory

    5 monthes ago - By Sporting News

    Craig Kimbrel put two runners on with no outs and a one-run lead in the ninth, but one of the game's best closer's still earned the save.
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  • Red Sox Wrap: Boston Claims Series Opener Over Mariners With 2-1 Win

    5 monthes ago - By NESN

    The Boston Red Sox's quick trip out West is off to a splendid start.
    In the series opener of a four-game set at Safeco Field, the Sox earned a 2-1 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Thursday night.
    Xander Bogaerts's sixth-inning solo shot with the score tied at one proved to be the winner, while David Price tossed seven innings of one-run ball.
    The Red Sox climb to 48-22 with the win, while the Mariners fall to 44-25.
    Here's how it all went down:
    GAME IN A WORD
    Tight.
    It was a narrow contest from start to finish, but Boston's pitching was sharp enough to give it the victory.
    ON THE...
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  • Red Sox's Andrew Benintendi Has Fond Memories Of MLB Debut At Safeco Field

    5 monthes ago - By NESN

    The Boston Red Sox will begin a four-game series with the American League West-leading Seattle Mariners on Thursday at Safeco Field, a place that has a special spot in one the Red Sox outfielder's heart.
    Andrew Benintendi made his Major League Baseball debut in Seattle on Aug. 2, 2016, going 0-for-2 with a strikeout in the Boston's 5-4 loss.
    However, Benintendi has enjoyed moderate success in his brief career at Safeco Field, hitting .278 in five career games in the Pacific Northwest.
    The Red Sox outfielder discussed his love for Safeco Field with NESN's Guerin Austin prior to Thursday's...
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