Recap - Red Sox dominate Rays for first 2021 victory
Jim Monaghan Content Coordinator
Rafael Devers aside, the Red Sox offense found itself for at least one night with a 16-hit attack that resulted in Boston's 11-2 win over the Tampa Bay Rays Monday night at Fenway Park.
Photo courtesy of the Associated Press
Following a dreadful performance in the three games against the Orioles, only Devers failed to get a hit, with Xander Bogaerts leading the way with four hits.
The outfield - Alex Verdugo, Hunter Renfroe, and Franchy Cordero - were a combined 6-for-11 with a pair of doubles and five RBI's.
J.D. Martinez went 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBI's. His average jumped to .533.
Nick Pivetta went five scoreless innings before turning things over to the bullpen. His control was a little off with four walks allowed but he allowed just two hits, displayed a very effective slider, and topped out at 97 mph with his fastball.
Lefty Martin Perez will go for Boston Tuesday night against the Rays' Tyler Glasnow.
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