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Game 82: Blue Jays at Red Sox

Posted by Peter Abraham, Globe Staff  June 28, 2013 02:30 PM

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Good afternoon. Here are the lineups:

RED SOX (48-33)
Ellsbury CF
Victorino RF
Pedroia 2B
Ortiz DH
Napoli 1B
Nava LF
Saltalamacchia C
Drew SS
Iglesias 3B
Pitching: RHP Allen Webster (0-2, 11.25).

BLUE JAYS (39-39)
Reyes SS
Bautista RF
Encarnacion DH
Lind 1B
Rasmus CF
Davis LF
Arencibia C
Izturis 3B
Bonifacio 2B
Pitching: RHP Josh Johnson (1-2, 4.60).

Game time: 7:10 p.m.

TV/radio: NESN / WEEI.

Red Sox vs. Johnson: Victorino 14-41, Drew 3-11, Gomes 2-8, Pedroia 2-5, Ortiz 1-6, Saltalamacchia 0-6, Ellsbury 1-3, Napoli 1-4, Nava 1-4, Iglesias 0-0 (HBP).

Blue Jays vs. Webster: No history.

Stat of the Day: Saltalamacchia has 19 doubles in 218 at-bats. He had 17 doubles in 405 at-bats all last season. His career high is 23.

Notes: The Sox have won three straight and the Jays have lost three of four ... The Sox start the day with a 3.5-game lead in the division and have matched their season high of 15 games over .500 ... The Sox are 6-4 against the Jays this season and 21-14 against the AL East ... Webster is making his fourth start. The rookie has had issues in the first inning (3 IP, 9 H, 9 R, 8 ER, 3 BB) in his starts. He does have 12 strikeouts in 12 innings ... Johnson is 1-0, 3.15 in three career starts against the Sox, including one on April 5 during which he allowed four runs (three earned) in six innings ... The Sox have won seven of their last eight at Fenway and 13 of the last 17.

Hot Sox: Victorino is 14 of 37 in his last nine games with six extra-base hits and nine RBIs ... Nava is 5 of his last 12 with four RBIs ... Pedroia is 11 of his last 25 with seven RBIs ... Drew is 8 of his last 25 with four extra-base hits and six runs ... Uehara has thrown 7.2 scoreless innings in his last eight appearances, allowing two runners to reach base and striking out 11.

Song of the Day: "You Can Call Me Al" by Paul Simon.

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