Found June 20, 2013 on The Nosebleeds:
Follow @TheNosebleeds Follow @Davis_VanOpdorp The Tampa Bay Rays avenged their embarrasing offensive showing yesterday by scoring six runs to avoid a second sweep in Fenway Park. Despite the loss, the Red Sox still remain dominant over their Florida division rivals, with their record now being 9-3. Here are the four bases: First Base: Even with the absent run support, Ryan Dempster recorded his fifth quality start in a row on Wednesday night. He lasted six innings and relinquished three earned runs, but did give up eight hits and two walks. What is unfortunate was that his effort got his eighth loss of the season. Dempster’s season earned run average is now 4.23, which is not a shock, given his 4.33 career ERA. With Buchholz on the disabled list, he now slides up a spot in the rotation in terms of importance, and this was not a bad start to begin his bigger role. Second Base: The streak may be over, but José Iglesias getting the start today was a signal. Maybe not a signal with...
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