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ALCS Game 3: One run enough as Red Sox win in Detroit
Question of the Day
The Red Sox appeared to be in deep trouble when Detroit led 5-0 in Game 2 at Fenway Park, but David Ortiz tied it with an eighth-inning grand slam off closer Joaquin Benoit, and Boston won it in the ninth.
Lackey did his best to keep pace, retiring 10 in a row before Peralta’s double.
The Tigers had taken no-hitters into at least the sixth inning of the previous three games. Verlander fell an out short of extending that streak when Gomes hit a roller up the middle for an infield single in the fifth.
“We won a game with four hits tonight. It says a lot about this team,” Gomes said.
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