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Game 21: Red Sox at Blue Jays

Posted by Peter Abraham, Globe Staff  April 27, 2010 02:20 PM

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RED SOX (9-11)
Scutaro SS
Pedroia 2B
Martinez C
Youkilis 1B
Drew RF
Ortiz DH
Beltre 3B
Hermida LF
McDonald CF

Pitching: RHP Clay Buchholz (1-2, 2.70).

BLUE JAYS (10-10)
Lewis LF
Hill 2B
Lind DH
Wells CF
Overbay 1B
Gonzalez SS
Bautista 3B
Buck C
Snider RF

Pitching: RHP Shaun Marcum (0-1, 4.00),

Game time: 7:07 p.m.

TV/Radio: NESN/WRKO.

State of the Sox: The Sox have won three of four and five of their last seven games. They beat the Jays 13-12 last night.

Reach for an antacid: The last five victories for the Sox have come by one run. They are 5-2 in their last seven games, outscoring the opposition 45-44.

Pitching problems: Sox pitching over the last three games: 28 innings, 47 hits, 25 earned runs.

They're hot: Opponents are 2 for 32 against Manny Delcarmen. ... Dustin Pedroia is 6 of his last 14 with five runs, three doubles, two RBI and one strikeout. ... Kevin Youkilis is 8 of his last 13 with five runs scored and five RBI. ... Marco Scutaro scored a career-best four runs in last night's game. ... Adrian Beltre has hit in five straight at 7 of 14.

They're cold: Hideki Okajima has allowed five runs on eight hits in his last two innings. ... Lefties are hitting .350 (7 of 20) off Scott Schoeneweis. ... Victor Martinez's last extra-base hit was on April 15. ... David Ortiz has been benched for six of the 20 games.

On the iPod right now: The Ties That Bind (Live in Hartford Oct. 2, 2007) by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band.

Back with much more later on.

UPDATE, 3:25 p.m.: Check out our latest Sox Podcast: . Host Daigo Fujiwara had Chad Finn and I on. Excuse my voice, I'm fighting a cold.

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