For the third game in a row, Chicago took an early lead off a Red Sox starting pitcher and coasted to a win. In tonight's case it was Rick Porcello who allowed six runs in 2-plus innings as Boston fell 9-2 at Fenway Park.
Coming off a very strong performance against his former team, the Detroit Tigers, Porcello fooled absolutely no one in the Chicago lineup, allowing ten hits and a walk while striking out two.
Sit down for this next one.
Craig Breslow came in and threw three no-hit innings of scoreless relief.
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