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Red Sox 7, Rangers 4, End 6: An Inning Of Little Consequence

There’s not much to be said of the sixth.

The Red Sox went down 1-2-3, and at this point it seems like Colby Lewis has finally found some rhythm to his night—at least enough that he’s not giving up a run in every frame.

John Lackey found himself in a little bit of trouble again after a walk and a single brought the tying run to the plate, but managed to put a glove on a sharp comebacker and fire to second to start a double play. He earned that escape, to say the lease.

The Sox need to dodge three runs for three innings to hold on and claim their first win against the Rangers.