BOSTON (AP) – Kevin Kiermaier got a tie in the seventh start, a two-pass fix, Manuel Margot had four wins and the Tampa Bay rays beat the Boston Red Sox 8-7 on Monday night.
The opposite field line of the circus house pushes the relief draft Jeffrey Springs (0-1), who ran to the wall in the left center of the field. Yoshi Tsutsugo and Margot scored after they both chose to start the game. Kiermaier had three RBIs.
“Every victory is beautiful.
There are a lot of violations these days, which is gratifying,” said Rays manager Kevin Kesh. “Manie Margot is probably at the top of the list. We all wanted to make a great game, and he did.”
Margot’s break text in the eighth position was played from 8-5. A former Red Sox prospect said his father’s recent departure was a motivating factor on his big day at the plate.
“It was great to have a game like today.
I felt like he was there with me,” Margot said through an interpreter. “Since I’m a baseball family, I have four brothers who have also signed up and four grandchildren who have played baseball. Pro, so every time I fought, he was the guy I called positivity.”
Kiermaier finished 2 of 4, Michael Perez (2 of 5) was single in the duel and Joey Wendle won a triple RBI for Rays, who had 16 hits during the peak of the season.
Tampa Bay won four of five after taking home three to four against the New York Yankees before this 10-game road trip.
Aaron Loups (1-0) scored three goals without a goal.
Rays star Ryan Yarbrough conceded four runs and five hits with 4 and 1/3 innings after losing five races out of five innings on Wednesday, destroying Boston 5-0 at home.
“We have to somehow find a way to get him a little better,” Yarbrough’s Cash said.
” He made a couple of trips where it was as if he had been looking for him for a while. It was one o’clock today. ”
JD Martinez (3 against 4) made a solo throw for his first home run of the season, Jonathan Arauz chose his first major league success and finished 3 against 4 with two RBIs, while Kevin Plawecki went 3 against 4 with two RBI Rosso Sox. Residents get the necessary changes to the scenario,
“It was great (getting my first hits),” Arauz said through an interpreter. ‘
‘ Apparently my goal today was just to try to help the team win. You know that three shots are good, but I want us to win instead. ”
Boston had won three of four, losing eight of 10.
Arauz led the Red Sox, running to his loaded bases, braces in the eighth. Kevin Pilar stopped to finish the rally.
Ji-Man Choi noticed the right field line, giving Tampa Bay his first 5-4 lead in sixth place after Vendla’s three-pointer equalized him one inning earlier.
Boston after the first was in the lead with 3-0.
In the third moment, Martinez closed 64 stages of drought without a home run when he took Yarbrough deep into the Green Monster on the left.
” J.D. it looked good today, so hopefully it’s a good sign of what’s going to happen here in the next few months – or hopefully longer, ” said Red Sox manager Ron Roenicke.
GIVE AND TAKE
After being knocked out in an attempt to move forward on his second only RBI, Kiermaier jumped on the warning trail in the center to rob Arauz to open the bottom of the test. Later, Arauz scored his first blow in one block in the center, advancing in the fifth.
“I know (my first success) will end, but it didn’t happen then,” Arauz said. ” Thank him: he made a great comedy. ”
Spokes: RHP Charlie Morton has been on the 10-day injury list due to inflammation in the pitcher shoulder. ” We picked it up at the right time. We are quite optimistic that he will return immediately, ” Kash said. … LHP Jose Alvarado has been reinstated from the paternity list.
Red Sox: 3B.
Rafael Devers was not in the national team after injuring his left ankle during Sunday’s game against Toronto. Devers was spotted in a walking boot outside his locker room. Roenicke said he was “questionable” to start on Tuesday. … After Sunday, injured left knee 1B Mitch Moreland was not available as a hitter. Tuesday will be revalued. . LHP Brian Johnson got a release from the team’s small league list.
Speeches: RHP Andrew Kitred (0-0, 2.35 ERA) will start on Tuesday after the last two who were excluded from saving his first career on Monday were recorded.