The Boston Red Sox jumped out to a 4-0 lead on the Tampa Rays in Sunday's series finale, but the Rays tacked on three in the fifth to tighten the lead. Luke Scott then tied the game at four with a solo shot in the sixth.
Facing arguably the top pitching prospect in all of baseball, young Matt Moore, the Sox put up a three spot in the second inning on a Cody Ross bomb. Impressively, Moore has settled down since then. He gave up another run in the fourth, but didn't let his first career start at Fenway Park or the three run second inning rattle his composure.
Moore just sat the Red Sox down in one, two, three fashion in the fifth inning. He's gone five solid innings, allowing four runs, walking one and striking out five.
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