So, maybe the Sox should have saved some for tonight
Jim Monaghan Contributing writer
Just one night after scoring 17 runs on 19 hits, the Red Sox found themselves scratching and clawing for anything and everything they could get in a 3-2 loss to the Texas Rangers at Fenway Park. Alexi Ogando held Boston to just three hits over 5.1 innings, and the Sox only managed two more hits the rest of the way.
Old friend Adrian Beltre put the Sox in an early hole with a solo home run to straightaway centerfield off Red Sox starting pitcher John Lackey. Dustin Pedroia (pictured) tied the game in the bottom of the sixth inning with a solo blast of his own off one of the light towers in left.
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