Originally written on RedSoxLife  |  Last updated 4/26/12
Jarrod Saltalamacchia (pictured with David Ortiz) hit a pair of solo home runs and Kevin Youkilis added a grand slam, all off Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Philip Humber, as the Sox downed Chicago 10-3 in the opening game of the 4-game series at U.S. Cellular Field. For the Red Sox, it was their 4th straight win. Humber, making his 1st start since throwing a perfect game against the Mariners this past Saturday, lasted 5 innings and was charged with 9 runs on 8 hits; he walked 3 and struck out 5.Felix Doubrount started for Boston and got the win allowing 3 runs over 6 innings (5 hits, 3 walks, 2 strike outs) for his 1st win of the season.Junichi Tazawa pitched 3 scoreless innings in relief.NOTES - Kevin Youkilis is showing legitimate signs of life after a brutal start. His 3 hits tonight raised his average to .241.Don't look for Carl Crawford any time soon. The team said today he's been diagnosed with an ulner collateral ligament sprain in his left elbow. Crawford has been ...
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