By Danny Picard
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BOSTON -- Prior to Jacoby Ellsburys ninth-inning heroics, the Red Sox had three players with multi-hit nights in Wednesdays 4-3 walk-off win over the Cleveland Indians at Fenway Park.
Dustin Pedroia, Adrian Gonzalez, and Josh Reddick each finished the game with two hits, with Pedroia and Gonzalez each extending respective streaks of their own.
Pedroia has now hit safely in 25 consecutive games at Fenway Park, dating back to June 4. Hes batting .426 in those games, and it marks the third-longest home hitting streak by a Red Sox player since 1919, and the longest since Nomar Garciaparras 31-gamer in 2003.
Gonzalez extended his overall hit streak to 13 games on Wednesday night. Its his longest hit streak of the season, and the longest active streak among American League batters.
Tim Wakefield didnt get career win No. 200 on Wednesday night, but Jonathan Papelbon picked up his fourth win of the season by pitching a perfect ninth inning, after lefty Randy Williams pitched 1.1 innings of scorless ball.
For Papelbon, it marks the second time in his career that hes picked up the win in back-to-back games, and hes allowed no runs and only one hit while striking out 10 over his last eight games.
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