Red Sox Vs. Rays: Carl Crawford Returns To Tampa Bay

Carl Crawford returns to Tampa Bay for the first time since signing with the Red Sox as Boston hopes to keep things rolling against their A.L. East rivals.

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Red Sox Vs. Rays: Carl Crawford Returns To Tampa Bay

Carl Crawford will return to Tampa Bay for the first time since he was acquired by the Red Sox as a free agent as Boston heads down to Florida to take on the Rays.

The last time these two teams faced, the Sox were sitting at 2-7, the Rays at 1-8. Since then, they've gone a combined 71-42 to claim first and third place in the AL East respectively.

Now the Red Sox are headed into Tampa on the back of a 9-game winning streak to try and put the Rays in a deeper hole. But Tampa is prepared, with manager Joe Maddon having lined up his three best starters for the series, ready to try and make a run at first place.

 

Boston Red Sox (39-26) at Tampa Bay Rays (35-31)

Tuesday, June 14, 7:10 p.m.
NESN/MLBN
Tim Wakefield (3-1, 4.84 ERA) vs. James Shields (5-4, 2.85 ERA)

Wednesday, June 15, 7:10 p.m.
NESN
Josh Beckett (5-2, 2.06 ERA) vs. Jeremy Hellickson (7-4, 3.03 ERA)

Thursday, June 16, 7:10 p.m.
NESN/MLBN
Clay Buchholz (5-3, 3.59 ERA) vs. David Price (7-5, 3.51 ERA)

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