Originally written on RedSoxLife  |  Last updated 11/11/14
Ryan MacLeod Contributing Writer In a game that saw Pedro Ciriaco return to Fenway Park, as a member of the Padres, the Red Sox used a big 4th inning and dominant pitching to down the San Diego Padres. 3 runs in the 4th was enough but the Sox tacked on another in the 6th as an insurance run. The Sox have been dominant against the National League this season and they look to continue this success in the rest of the series against San Diego. Here are the 3 stars of the game: Star 3: David Ortiz Ortiz continues to hit ridiculously well this season. Currently he is hitting a mind blowing .320 and went 2-4 tonight. He scored a run in the 4th inning on the bases clearing double by Snyder. Star 2: John Lackey Lackey is dominant at home this year, he is currently 4-1 in 6 starts in Fenway. Tonight he turned out another brilliant outing, it may be a crazy thought but right now its hard to argue that Lackey is pitching like an ace, like the Lackey of old. Tonight he pitched 8 strong innings...
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