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Tampa Bay Rays 4 Boston Red Sox 2

+ Boxscore: Tue, August 04,2009
2009-08-03 - 2009-08-05
  123 456 789 101112 1314  R H E
Boston Red Sox (56-49)010 001 000 000 0X 271
Tampa Bay Rays (53-54)000 000 110 000 2X 491
Date of Game: Tue, August 04,2009
Stadium: Tropicana Field
Attendance: 29,873
Time of Game: 4:57

Feats and Milestones
Evan Longoria:2 home runs, 4 strikeouts
Josh Reddick:4 strikeouts
B.J. Upton:4 strikeouts
Lance Cormier:200th career game
Jon Lester:10 Strikeouts
Ramon Ramirez:200th career game
Winning Pitcher: Lance Cormier (2-1)
Losing Pitcher: Takashi Saito (2-3)

Home Runs: Evan Longoria 2 (23), Dustin Pedroia (7), Kevin Youkilis (20)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
NYA6442.604--58651373W4
BOS5649.5337.555045694L1
TBA5354.49511.555847583W1
TOR5254.49112.051547243L1
BAL4660.43418.0495561-66W1
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