David Ortiz hit a grand slam for one of the Red Sox’s four homers as they set a season high in runs, beating the Miami Marlins 15-5 Wednesday night on the hottest day of the year in Boston.
The Boston Red Sox would be satisfied if the venue is the only thing different for Felix Doubront in this week’s start against Miami.
David Ortiz hit his 17th homer and Clay Buchholz won his fourth straight start as the Boston Red Sox beat the Miami Marlins 7-5 on Tuesday night for their fifth win in six games.
Boston Red Sox right-hander Clay Buchholz extended his string of superb outings last week by outdueling the Miami Marlins’ Mark Buehrle. Buchholz will get the chance to try to pull off that feat again Tuesday night when Buehrle and the Marlins begin a three-game series at Fenway Park.
Felix Doubront was aiming to gain some confidence back when he took the mound against the Miami Marlins. The Red Sox fifth start did that, and then some hurling seven strong innings, picking up his seventh win of the season.
Felix Doubront allowed only three hits while pitching a career-high seven innings, and the Boston Red Sox beat the reeling Miami Marlins 10-2 Wednesday night.
Felix Doubront will try to rebound from his worst start of the season Wednesday night when the Red Sox go for their fourth consecutive series win visiting the Miami Marlins.
Felix Doubront will get the start for the Boston Red Sox Wednesday night in Miami, but he will be in a very unfamiliar spot: the batter’s box.
For Clay Buchholz, early season adjustments are starting to pay off.
Perhaps the open roof gave the Miami Marlins the edge they needed to end their worst home losing streak of the year.