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Originally written on NESN.com  |  Last updated 11/15/14

The Red Sox were able to pick up their fifth straight win on the road on Sunday against the Minnesota Twins, but it took a little while to do it. The Sox came back out and captured the win after a three-hour rain delay. Starting pitcher John Lackey pitched six innings in the 5-1 victory, but knew after the first half hour of the delay that he wouldn’t be going back into the game. Lackey said the team spent the time watching a classic baseball movie in the clubhouse. Check out the video above to hear more about the win and the rain delay activities, or check it out on NESN’s YouTube channel.

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