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Fresh off their first Fenway Park win of the season, the Red Sox and Rangers squared off in game 2 of the series on Tuesday night. For his second straight start, Red Sox hurler Felix Doubront was not sharp and lasted just 2.2 innings, allowing 5 runs. The Red Sox offense was held in check for most of the night, but a late inning rally shrunk the deficit. But unfortunately the gap proved insurmountable for Boston and they lost the game 10-7.

  • Over the past couple games, Jackie Bradley has looked like the player the highly touted prospect he was built up to be. But while he’s coming off his second straight 2 hit game, his bat isn’t the reason he’s earned a starting spot. It’s his defense. (Jackie Bradley Jr must start)
  • Before moving to the bullpen last season for the Dodgers, Chris Capuano had spent his whole career as a starting pitcher. While he’s still learning the quirks of being a reliever, the left hander’s move to the pen has been flawless so far. (Capuano making smooth transition to bullpen)
  • Tweet of the day: Getting hits will do that, AJ…