Red Sox Hot and Not In July

HOT: Dustin Pedroia
HOT: Dustin Pedroia
In 112 at bats in July Pedroia improved his batting average from .340 in June to .411 in July. He also recorded 8 homers and added 22 RBIs. (Photo by J. Meric/Getty Images)
HOT: Jacoby Ellsbury
HOT: Jacoby Ellsbury
Ellsbury stepped into the batter's box 110 times, 2 more times than in June, and finished the month of July with a .382 BA compared to .315 in June. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
NOT: Josh Reddick
NOT: Josh Reddick
Reddick stepped to the plate 82 times in July, almost 3 times more than he did in June. In June he was hitting .407, but it dropped considerably in July all the way down to .280. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
HOT: Matt Albers
HOT: Matt Albers
Albers hurled 13.1 scoreless innings in the month of July. He also recorded a win, 2 holds and had 16 strikeouts. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
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Jon Lester
Lester missed 20 days in July due to injury, but was still about to put up some good numbers ending the month with a 1.56 ERA over 17.1 innings.
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NOT: J.D. Drew
NOT: J.D. Drew
Drew saw action in 14 games in the month of July. His poor performance continued as he finished off the month with a .146 average. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
HOT: Josh Beckett
HOT: Josh Beckett
July was good to Beckett, he closed out the month going 3-1 with a 2.06 ERA. The starter threw for 35 innings and recorded 35 strikeouts.(Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)
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