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Kutter Crawford and Red Sox Shutout Win to Keep Rays to 2 Hits

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Kutter Crawford hit 5 1/3 with 2 hits, shut out innings to hit the best 8 batters in his career, Trevor Story hit a home run in the 4th inning, and the Boston Red Sox beat the Tampa Bay Rays 4-0. did. Monday afternoon.

The story went 2-4, joining Rafael Devers and Christian Arroyo (both 2-4) as Boston repeat batters. Boston won a series of games thanks to its seventh shutout victory. season.

The Red Sox played the first of 17 games against rivals in the American League East.

Austin Davis, Crawford (2-2), John Schreber's Boston Pitching Trio kept Tampa Bay in a single pair of Yandy Diaz and Wander Franco.

Neither team scored up to four times. The story is two outs, sending the 13th home run of the season to the right-handed center-fielder Boston Bullpen.

Arroyo's lead-off is inside the left field line, and Bobby Dalbec's ground-out set the table for the second run of the fifth Red Sox. Devers drove Arroyo home with a two-out infield hit.

Devers, J.D. Martinez, Christian Vazquez, started Boston's eighth single in a row before Alex Verdugo's fielder's choice fielder's choice cambacker slipped under Josh Fleming's gloves in the Rays to bring a run. Franchy Cordero went 4-0 with a single to the right.

Fleming (2-4) was relieved by 5 innings and allowed 4 runs (3 goals) with 8 hits.

Both starting pitchers received an unexpected allocation and continued for two innings. Davis has replaced Michael Wacha, who has a "dead arm" and hopes Alex Cora can start later this week. Davis threw two scoreless, hitless frames with two strikeouts.

Boston had planned a bullpen match as a result, but Crawford took over by facing a minimum of four batters on his longest outing in MLB career. ..

Crawford made seven innings, 1-2-3, reserved for strikeouts, pushing Shriver into the game with eight wild pitches. Schreiber recorded the last five outs on his third save.

– Field-level media