#RedSox Game Summary (July 25) Slipping Through Their Fingers

#RedSox Game Summary (July 25) Slipping through their fingers. This long, hard-fought game was within reach, but in the end, a few close plays sunk the Olde Towne Team. Drew Pomeranz had a fine start, going 5 innings against the Mariners, giving up 3 runs on 4 hits and 4 walks, with 7 Ks. All 3 runs came in the 2nd inning, when Kyle Seager singled and Ben Gamel walked, to set up 3 run bomb by Guillermo Heredia. Seattle picked up their 4th run in the 7th, when Mike Zunino homered off Matt Barnes. The Sox had chipped away, with a run in the 4th off Seattle starter Felix “King” Hernandez on a dinger by Hanley Ramirez. The Sox picked up 3 more in the 6th, when newly promoted rookie Rafael Devers walked, as did Andrew Benintendi, and after a wild pitch by King Felix, Dustin Pedroia doubled to plate the two of them. After that, Jackie Bradley, Jr. singled to score Pedey. At the end of 9, the score was tied, 4-4, to send the game into extra innings. In the 13th, Ramírez singled off Seattle reliever Tony Zych, and scored on a hit by Sandy León. But in the bottom of the inning, Doug Fister walked Mitch Haniger with one out got a fielder’s choice that replaced Hinger with Ben Gamel, gave up single to Guillermo Heredia with 2 out, and threw a wild pitch to score Gamel. That tied the score at 5. Then, after walking Mike Zunino, he surrendered a single to Jean Segura to allow the winning run to plate for Seattle. Robinson Canó also doubled in the game. Seattle beat Boston, 6-5 in 13 innings, at Safeco Field. Record: 55-47. Game 102/60.

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