BOSTON (AP) - Sean Casey's bases-loaded walk capped a four-run eighth inning as Boston rallied again to beat Texas 6-5.
The Red Sox overcame a 5-0 deficit to win for the eighth time in
Saturday night Manny Ramirez homered during a three-run comeback
in a 5-3 win. He wasn't around for the end of this game -- ejected
early for arguing a called third strike.
Ian Kinsler led off the game with a home run for Texas and
Milton Bradley added a three-run shot off Tim Wakefield in the
Wakefield improved to 2-and-0 allowing five runs on seven hits
with five strikeouts. The loss went to C.J. Wilson. Jonathan
Papelbon worked a perfect ninth for his seventh save.
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