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    Clutch double play turned by the Sox in the 8th leads to a scoreless frame from Brock Huntzinger. 5-3 Sox into the 9th

     
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    Three more outs to get in the 9th as the Sox lead 5-3

     
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    Anthony Carter allows a run in the 9th, but strands the tying and winning runs on base to preserve a 5-4 victory over Toledo. 7-1 road trip

     
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    The Pawtucket Red Sox improved upon the International League's best road record today, concluding a 7-1 trip with a 5-4 win over the Toledo Mud Hens

     
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    Pawtucket climbed a season-high 18 games over .500 with a 47-29 record overall, while improving to 27-14 away from home.

     
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     On their just completed swing into Ohio, the Sox swept a four-game series at Columbus and lost the opener in Toledo, before winning the next three.

     
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    The Sox captured their latest victory despite walking nine Mud Hens and, in large part, because they drew seven walks of their own.

     
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    Bases on balls figured prominently in Pawtucket's early scoring and late insurance.

     
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    Against Toledo starter Ramon Garcia in the second inning, an infield hit, walk and hit batsman loaded the bases for catcher Dan Butler, who plated all three teammates with a double into the left-centerfield gap.

     
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    But wildness by Chris Hernandez, who entered in relief of rehabbing starter Clayton Mortensen, enabled the Hens to erase the 3-0 deficit.

     
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    An error, balk and four walks by Hernandez helped Toledo score twice in the third inning alone.

     
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    The Hens tied the game in the fifth, following a two-out walk by another reliever, Terry Doyle, who then surrendered a run-scoring double by Mike Cervenak.

     
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    A half inning later, Xander Bogaerts singled off Garcia (L, 2-7), prompting a pitching change.

     
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    Jess Todd entered for Toledo and eventually allowed a go-ahead single by Jeremy Hazelbaker to make it 4-3.

     
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    The PawSox added the eventual decisive run in the eighth inning, thanks to four walks by three different Mud Hens.

     
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    Ahead 5-3, Anthony Carter opened the ninth bidding for his 12th save in 13 opportunities.

     
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    But three singles, including an RBI knock by Danny Dorn, closed the difference to 5-4.

     
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     Carter (S, 12) induced a liner to center by Cervenak, stranding runners on the corners and preserving the decision for Doyle (W, 5-5).

     
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    Salem Red Sox (35-38, 2-1) vs. Winston-Salem Dash (40-33, 2-1) Game #74

    RHP Mike Augliera (5-4, 4.63) vs RHP Chris Bassitt (6-2, 3.54)

     
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    Salem righthander William Cuevas dazzled again on Sunday, earning his third victory in his last three starts.

     
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    After starting the year 1-6 with a 7.31 ERA in his first 10 starts, Cuevas has gone 3-0 with a 1.42 ERA in his last three.

     
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    William Cuevas dominated the New York-Penn League with a 1.40 ERA over the course of the season.

     
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    His earned run average set a Lowell Spinners franchise record, and he compiled an 8-2 record in 15 games (six starts).

     
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    With his third inning single on Sunday,  Keury De La Cruz extended his hitting streak to 19 games, in which he is batting an incredible .425 (31-for-73).

     
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    No one else in the Carolina League has put together a streak akin to De La Cruz’ current tear.

     
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