RedSoxLife Staff Writer
Allen Webster (see my January article on him here) finally got his first win of his career on Thursday afternoon, and the night time fireworks coundn't have been more appropriate. Webster pitched six innings, giving up two runs in a quality start that he has been waiting his whole career for. Boston bats fully supported Webster's cause, gathering 18 hits over the course of the eight innings.
1) So what? So let's dance! Bottom of the first inning, and Boston starts the game with three straight hits. Jacoby Ellsbury singles, Shane Victorino doubles, and then Dustin Pedroia takes a 2-2 curveball to the left field line to double and score Ellbury and Victorino. 2-0 Sox.
2)Rookie Buzz Everyone has been talking about Jose Iglesias's great start, and all Jose keeps doing is raking. The bottom of the fourth starts with a Mike Napoli single, then after starter Eric Stults gets the next two outs, Ryan Lavarnway singles to put two men on for Ig...