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Bogaerts Homers, Sox Lose Again [VIDEO]

The second night in Cleveland was just like the first night for the Boston Red Sox. The starter gives up runs in the 1st inning, Sox fall behind. The Sox get runners on base all night but can’t score many of them. The Indians win again – this time 5-3.

Jake Peavy gave up three 1st inning runs then settled down. He left the game in the 7th inning with the score 3-3. Michael Bourn drove in the winning run off the Sox bullpen.

On offense the Sox left 11 runners on base. One bright spot, Xander Bogaerts had 2 hits, including a home run for the second straight night.

Brandon Workman, who will appeal his 6-game suspension, starts tonight as the Sox try to take one game in this series against former manager Terry Francona…

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