Found July 10, 2013 on RedSoxLife:
The Guru Contributing Writer So much for Seattle's Safeco Field being a "pitchers park". The Red Sox and Mariners combined for 28 hits, 19 runs and six home runs as the Red Sox pulled out the 11-8 win. David Ortiz, Dustin Pedroia, Mike Napoli, Shane Victorino and Jackie Bradley Jr all went deep for the Red Sox. Check out JBJ's home run that proved to be the difference in the game here. Red Sox rookie starter Allen Webster had another rough outing. Webster's pitching line was defined as "2 1/3 innings, six hits, seven earned runs, two walks and two home runs." Bad joke for a bad night. Things were not so funny on the Seattle side either as M's starter Hisashi Iwakuma went just three innings and gave up six runs. Iwakuma came into the game leading the AL with a 2.61 ERA. The game turned into a battle of the bullpens early and the Red Sox recently beleaguered bunch came to the rescue. Alfredo Aceves took over in the third and promptly gav...
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