RedSoxLife Staff Writer
Sox complete 15th inning win
Boston used a total team effort to come from behind and beat the Seattle Mariners Wednesday night. They got a strong performance from starter John Lackey, they got some timely hits, and played strong defense to earn their second win in a row at Fenway Park. Even though the middle of the order didn't get it done offensively for Boston, the top and bottom of the lineup carried the AL East leading Sox. Here are the four at bats that changed the game:
1) Sloppy D plates Two. With the Red Sox down 1-0 in the fifth inning, they promptly took the lead because of one hit and some poor defense from the Mariners. Brock Holt starts the inning with a double down the right field line, and then things get ugly for Seattle. Jacoby Ellsbury reaches with an error by center fielder Dustin Ackley, and then Shane Victorino crushes a liner towards second baseman Nick Franklin, and he can't play it cleanly. The botched play scores Hol...