The seventh inning seemed as if it would never end...especially for the Marlins.
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On an night when starting pitcher David Price left with an injury, the Red Sox offense kicked into gear with a 12-hit, 11-run inning that saw 15 batters come to the plate. For Boston, it was the team's single biggest inning since 2003.
The 14-6 win Wednesday night pushed the Sox back to 50 games above .500 and 7.5 games over the Yankees in the American League East.
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