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Red Sox Come Up Short In Philly

Boston Red Sox v Philadelphia Phillies   In a game that had little offense, the Phillies had enough to beat the Red Sox 4-3 thanks to a couple Domonic Brown homeruns.Brown who once played in the Senior League World Series in Bangor has hit four out of the park in the three games against the Sox. Johnathan Papelbon closed out the game for save number 11.

Boston managed just 7 hits in the game with Jacoby Ellsbury leading the way with 2 and an rbi. John Lackey took the loss allowing three runs on six hits dropping his record to 3-5.

Franklin Morales will get his first start of the season tonight in the series finale.

 

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