Recap - David Price just as relentless as the offense as Sox win

Jim Monaghan
Content Coordinator

Relentless Part Two.

Trailing 2-1 with two out in the bottom of the fifth inning, the Red Sox wrapped three singles around a pair of walks to score three times to help them beat the Dodgers 4-2 at Fenway Park Wednesday night.

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With the win, Boston now leads the best-of-seven series 2-0.

Save for a slight hiccup in the top of the fourth inning when the Dodgers strung together three hits and a walk to account for both of their runs, Red Sox starter David Price (pictured) was nothing short of brilliant.

The Boston lefty went six innings in recording his second career post-season win. He struck out five and walked two before turning the game over to the bullpen.

Red Sox relievers Joe Kelly, Nathan Eovaldi, and Craig Kimbrel tossed a combined three perfect innings to secure the win.

Mookie Betts sparked the offense with three hits and a run scored. J.D. Martinez drove in two of Boston's three runs in the fifth inning.

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