It took over four hours and 13 innings but the Boston Red Sox keep winning - now five straight victories.

Last night in Miami, a 4-3 win to finish their first roadtrip of the season at 5-1.

Hanley Ramirez was the hero, knocking in two runs with a double in the top of the 13th inning and it happened after the Marlins decided to walk Andrew Benintendi to get to Ramirez.

Earlier in extra innings, the Sox gunned down what would have been the winning run by throwing out a runner at the plate.

The Sox used seven pitchers - the last one, Heath Hembree got the win.

Chris Sale started the game and lasted five innings and gave up just one run. His ERA through two games is 0.92 but is the only starter without a win.

The Sox have today off and get ready for the Fenway Park opener on Thursday afternoon.