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Highlights of Red Sox' 6-5 loss to Rays

Highlights of Red Sox' 6-5 loss to Rays

FINAL SCORE: Rays 6. Red Sox 5

IN BRIEF: David Price lasted only 4 1/3 innings - the fourth time in five outings he's gone five or less - as he and the bullpen blew multiple leads and the Red Sox leave seven on base in the finals three innings of a 6-5 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays at Fenway Park. Boston has dropped six of seven to Tampa Bay at Fenway this season. BOX SCORE
 

RED SOX RECORD: 59-49


HIGHLIGHTS

1st inning:
Betts walks, moves to third on Martinez' single to center, Benintendi walks, Moreland singles to right, scoring Betts and Martinez (2-0, BOS).

3rd inning:
Duffy doubles to left, Meadows triples to right, scoring Duffy (2-1, BOS).

Devers singles to center, moves to third on Bogaerts' single to right, Benintendi singles to right, scoring Devers (3-1, BOS).

5th inning;
d'Arnaud homers to left off Price on a 0-and-0 pitch (3-2, BOS).

A. García homers to center off Price on a 0-0 pitch (tied, 3-3)

Brosseau singles to center, moves to third on Lowe's double to center (Walden replaces Price on the mound with one out), pinch-hitter Sogard grounds out, scoring Brosseau (4-3, TB).

Devers singles to center (Kolarek replaces Morton on the mound with two outs), Benintendi homers to left off Kolarek on a 0-0 pitch (5-4, BOS).

6th inning:
d'Arnaud walks (Taylor replaces Walden on the mound with two outs), Meadows singles to right, d'Arnaud to second (Brewer replaces Taylor on the mound) A. García doubles to left, scoring d'Arnaud scored and Meadows (6-5, TB).


UP NEXT:

Vs. Rays, Wednesday, 7:10 p.m., NESN
Vs. Rays, Thursday, 7:10 p.m., NESN
@Yankees, Friday, 7:05 p.m., NESN
@Yankees, doubleheader, Saturday, 1:05 & 7:05 p.m., FS1 (first game only), NESN (both games)
@Yankees, Sunday, 7:08 p.m., ESPN

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Mitch Moreland re-signs with Red Sox on one-year deal

Mitch Moreland re-signs with Red Sox on one-year deal

Mitch Moreland will return to Boston for the 2020 season.

The 34-year-old first baseman has re-signed with the Red Sox on a one-year deal with a club option for 2021, the team announced Tuesday. 


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It's a $3 million contract for Moreland, according to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic.

Moreland missed time with multiple injuries in 2019, hitting .252 with 19 home runs and 58 RBI in 91 games.

To make room for Moreland on the roster, right-hander Denyi Reyes was designated for assignment.

Hyundai releases Super Bowl commercial featuring David Ortiz, John Krasinski

Hyundai releases Super Bowl commercial featuring David Ortiz, John Krasinski

Hyundai will have a new commercial during Super Bowl LIV, but the car company released the full version of that ad Monday.

The commercial will be very relatable to anyone from Boston. 

The star-studded cast has plenty of Boston ties, including actors Chris Evans and John Krasinski, former "Saturday Night Live" star Rachel Dratch, as well as Boston Red Sox legend David Ortiz, who appears at the end of the ad. The commercial focuses on a new feature from Hyundai called "remote smart parking assist", or "smaht pahk," for anyone saying it with a Boston accent.

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Check out the minute-long commercial in the video below:

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