Recap - sometimes one is enough for Red Sox

Jim Monaghan
Content Coordinator

One run in the second.

Then one in the fifth, and the sixth, and the seventh, and the eighth and thankfully the ninth.

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All those ones added up to a 6-5 come-from-behind Red Sox win over the Chicago White Sox Monday night at Fenway Park.

Marco Hernandez (pictured) beat out a bases-loaded, two-out ground ball to short for the walk-off winning hit that scored Andrew Benintendi with the decisive run.

The shocking part of the game is that the bullpen, save for one inherited runner, didn't allow any runs to score.

We'll give you a moment to let that sink in.

Marcus Walden, Colten Brewer, Josh Taylor, and Brandon Workman combined for 2.2 scoreless innings of relief of Eduardo Rodriguez who somehow got through 6.1 innings despite allowing a pair of home runs.

Benintendi and Eduardo Nunez each had two hits in the win while Jackie Bradley Jr. and Mookie Betts each hit solo home runs.

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