Anyone have a broom? Sox walk off!

Mike Napoli's Wall Ball double in the bottom of the 9th inning off Tampa Bay reliever Joel Peralta scored Dustin Pedroia, giving the Red Sox a 3-2 Patriots Day win at Fenway Park and a sweep of the 3-game series.

The Red Sox got on the board first in the bottom of the opening frame. After Jacoby Ellsbury led off the game with a triple to the triangle, Shane Victorino brought him in with a ground out to 2nd base.

The Rays tied the game in the top of the 4th inning on Evan Longoria's 1st home run of the season, a long fly ball off Ryan Dempster that went over everything in left field.

Jarrod Saltalamacchia's solo home run to right field off Tampa Bay starting pitcher Jeremy Hellickson in the bottom of the 5th inning put Boston in the lead until the top of the 9th.

Dempster was coldly efficient going 7 innings allowing the 1 run on just 2 hits and a pair of walks while striking out 10. His ERA dropped to 2.65.

Koji Uehara pitched a scoreless 8th inning but Andrew Bailey gave up a lead-off single to Desmond Jennings; it was followed by a single to left by Ben Zobrist to tie the game.

NOTES - As is now the custom around the Major Leagues on April 15, all the players and coaches for both teams wore #42 on their uniforms. It was on April 15, 1947 that Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball when he made his debut for the Brooklyn Dodgers. * Dustin Pedroia extended his streak of getting on base with a hit or a walk to 12 with a base on balls in the 9th inning. * The Red Sox were held to just 3 hits.

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