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Red Sox score 11 runs in 7th, blast Marlins

Field Level Media
August 29. 2018 11:02PM
Boston's Ian Kinsler (5) is greeted by a fan after scoring a run during the seventh inning against the Miami Marlins at Fenway Park. (Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports)

The Boston Red scored 11 runs in the seventh inning and routed the visiting Miami Marlins 14-6 on Wednesday night at Fenway Park.

Boston trailed 5-3 entering the bottom of the seventh. The Red Sox then pounded 12 hits in the inning off of three Miami relievers, including Adam Conley (3-4).

Blake Swihart and Jackie Bradley each had an RBI single and an RBI double in the seventh.

Mookie Betts was another Boston hitting star, going 3-for-4 with three RBIs and three runs on the night.

However, it wasn’t all good news for Boston. Starter David Price lasted just three innings, coming out of the game after he was hit on his left wrist by an Austin Dean line drive that was clocked at 103 mph. Price sustained a contusion, and his night was over after allowing five hits and three runs. He struck out three without issuing a walk.

Spring training schedule out

The Red Sox will kick off Grapefruit League play next spring at JetBlue Park in Fort Myers, Fla., against the Yankees on Feb. 23 and end spring training with two exhibition games against the Cubs in Mesa, Ariz., according to a release from the team.

Boston will play 33 games in spring training, starting with an exhibition against Northeastern University on Feb. 22 before taking on New York the next day. Seventeen of the club’s games will be at JetBlue Park with three others taking place in Fort Myers at Hammond Stadium, where the Twins play.

(For the complete spring training schedule, see Scoreboard, Page D4.)

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