Originally written May 05, 2012 on Fenway West:
The Sox have now lost 3 in a row and making it so that the drive for 500 ball is once again upon them.  This will be a quick recap since I was at the extra long game last night and heading out the door to hopefully see the Red Sox right the ship today. Jon Lester wasn't great...wasn't bad.  He pitched 6 innings and allowed 3 runs.  When he left the mound, the Sox has a 4-3 lead.  However, Padilla came in and ended up giving up the tying run.  Rich Hill came out to finish the 7th and got the out we needed.  Matt Albers, who has pitched pretty nicely this season, came out and pitched two scoreless innings of relief.  If we had won, Albers was followed by who would be the hero of the game.  Alfredo Aceves took the mound and pitched his guts out.  He pitched 2.2 innings of scoreless relief.  In the first 2 innings, Aceves K'ed 6 batters.  He looked spectacular...magically even.  Unfortunately, Aceves was followed by Franklin Morales who gave the O's the lead for good.  ...

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