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Series Summary

Final 2-0
Fri 9/22 5 @ 4
Sat 9/23 5 @ 0
Redleg Nation Sep 23, 2017
Reds vs. Red Sox – September 23, 2017

Reds vs. Red Sox – September 23, 2017

One of the most intriguing aspects of sports is surprise performances: major upsets, and individuals and teams performing at a level higher than predicted or ever before seen. One reason they actually play the games is because of the variables in human athletic performance. Clearly one of the amazing and heartwarming stories of this otherwise …
Red Reporter Sep 23, 2017
Reds vs. Red Sox, Game 2: Preview and Predictions

Reds vs. Red Sox, Game 2: Preview and Predictions

Cincinnati Reds vs. Boston Red Sox 4:10 PM ET Robert Stephenson vs. Eduardo Rodriguez Bob Steve takes the mound trying to build off of his last start, where he shut out the Pirates for 6 innings. Even after the good feelings last night, the Reds couldn’t prevail and it’d be great if they could right the ship for the home fans for the last home series of the year. Eduardo Rodriguez takes the mound for Boston, in an up-and-down season. He’s never faced Cincinnati. Go Reds!
Over the Monster Sep 23, 2017
Red Sox at Reds lineup: Rally, rinse, repeat

Red Sox at Reds lineup: Rally, rinse, repeat

The playoffs are won. The lead is four. The magic number is six. Let’s get it. For the first time in what seems like forever, the Red Sox enter the night with a division lead larger than three games, because last night for what feels like the 10th time in the last month, the Sox rallied for an amazing win. What’s for sure is that for the second in as many nights, the Red Sox are facing a rookie righthander of whom I had never heard. Today -- 4 o’clock game -- it’s Eduardo Rodriguez for the Sox versus Robert Stephenson. (His middle name is William, if your brain filled in...
Fenway Nation Sep 23, 2017
Sox Hit Comeback Trail, Empire Fail, Magic Number 6

Sox Hit Comeback Trail, Empire Fail, Magic Number 6

It was not looking good. Rick Porcello coughed up an early 1-0 by giving up a grand slam to a guy named 'Scooter'. But then, as they have so many times before, the Red Sox roared back. Pouncing on a rookie Reds pitcher (who grew up a Yankee fan), Boston answered with four runs of their own for a 5-4 win. The big blow was by rookie Rafael Devers—a three run HR to give The Carmine Hose the lead. Again, the bullpen was elite—most notably David Price who had another stellar outing (2.2 innings, no earned runs, 4 Ks). Craig Kimbrel pitched the ninth for the save. The Evil Empire was pounded...
Washington Times Sep 22, 2017

Red Sox rally for 5-4 win over Reds, extend AL East lead

CINCINNATI (AP) - Rafael Devers hit a three-run homer Friday night, and the Boston Red Sox extended their AL East lead to four games by overcoming Scooter Gennett's fourth grand slam of the season for a 5-4 victory over the Cincinnati Reds. Boston added to its lead with the help ...
Over the Monster Sep 22, 2017
Red Sox 5, Reds 4: Rafael Devers’ dinger, David Price’s relief work gives Boston a win

Red Sox 5, Reds 4: Rafael Devers’ dinger, David Price’s relief work gives Boston a win

And they pick up a game in the division The Red Sox just keep winning, and while some will surely point to the favorable schedule they can only play the teams they are told to play. Good teams take care of business against subpar competition, and that’s what the Red Sox did in this one. Granted, it wasn’t a blowout victory by any means, and it looked somewhat bleak for a little bit towards the beginning. Rick Porcello had a bad outing, and while all of the runs came in one bad little stretch of batters he didn’t look quite right all outing. For a guy who the Red Sox were surely hoping...

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