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Rays-Red Sox updates (Game 10)

Rays 3, Sox 1
In the resumption of a game suspended by rain in the middle of the ninth inning Friday, the Tampa Rays outlasted the Red Sox, scoring two runs in the top of the 12th inning, to break a 1-1 tie and post a 3-1 victory before a Fenway Park crowd of 37,084.

Pat Burrell did the damage with his first homer of the season, a two-run shot off reliever Manny Delcarmen that scored Evan Longoria, who reached on a lead-off walk. The official time of the game was 4 hours and 18 minutes.

Lance Cormier (2-0) was credited with the win while Delcarmen (0-1) absorbed the loss (1 inning, 1 hit, 2 runs, 1 walk) while Rafael Soriano picked up the save.

Bottom 12th: Rays 3, Sox 1
RHP Rafael Soriano has just entered the game in relief of Lance Cormier (3 innings, 2 hits, 1 strikeout).

Top 12th: Rays 3, Sox 1
After issuing a lead-off walk to Evan Longoria, Manny Delcarmen, the pride of West Roxbury High (Class of 2000), induced Carlos Pena, the pride of Haverhill High (Class of 1995), to hit a pop fly to left. After he got B.J. Upton to line out to left for the second out of the inning, Delcarmen got taken deep to the Monster Seats in left by Pat Burrell, allowing the Rays to score two runs on Burrell’s first homer of the season. Rays 12th: 2 runs, 1 hit, none left on base.

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Bottom 11th: Rays 1, Sox 1
Beltre just hit into a double play, dousing the Sox rally. Evan Longoria atoned for his error on Kevin Youkilis’ grounder to third, by fielding Beltre’s groundball and getting the force out on Youkilis at third and doubling off Beltre at first to end the inning. Manny Delcarmen is now pitching for the Sox. Daniel Bard’s line: 2 innings, 2 strikeouts. Sox 11th: no runs, 2 hits, 1 error, 2 left on base.

Bottom 11th: Rays 1, Sox 1
Ortiz hit a grounder to first baseman Carlos Pena, who threw out Drew at the plate. The Sox now have one out with the bases loaded for Adrian Beltre.

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Bottom 11th: Rays 1, Sox 1
Youkilis loaded the bases when Rays third baseman Evan Longoria was charged with an error when he mishandled Youkilis’ routine grounder, prompting Rays manager Joe Maddon to make a mound visit. With Ortiz now at the plate, the Rays have overloaded the right side of the field with four infielders between first and second.

Bottom 11th: Rays 1, Sox 1
J.D. Drew has just reached on a line drive single to center off Cormier. RHP Manny Delcarmen is up in the Sox bullpen. Dustin Pedroia advanced Drew to second with his single to right, bringing Kevin Youkilis to the plate.

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Top 11th: Rays 1, Sox 1
Bard has now retired six in a row after getting the Rays in order in the 11th. He’s now thrown two scoreles innings on 16 pitches. Rays 11th: no runs, no hits, none left on base.

Bottom 10th: Rays 1, Sox 1
The Sox went down in order in the bottom of the 10th to send it to the 11 inning. Mike Cameron has entered the game in the 11th at center field. Sox 10th: no runs, no hits, none left on base.

Top 10th: Rays 1, Sox 1
Bard looked strong in relief of Papa Pap in the 10th, needing only nine pitches to retire the side in order: Pat Burrell (85, slider), Reid Brignac (ground out to first), and Dioner Navarro (83, slider). Rays 10th: no runs, no hits, none left on base.

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End 9th: Rays 1, Sox 1
We are headed to extra innings after Friday night’s rain-suspended game was resumed at 7:13 tonight. Lance Cormier went to the mound for the Rays and was nearly taken yard by David Ortiz, who scorched Wheeler’s second pitch down the right field line. Sadly, it went foul. Wheeler then got Ortiz to ground out to first, Adrian Beltre to ground to third and struck out Jeremy Hermida (78, cutter) to send the game into extra innings. Daniel Bard entered the game in the 10th for Jonathan Papelbon, whose wife, Ashley, delivered the couple’s second child earlier in the day: a boy, Gunner Robert (8 pounds, 8 ounces, 21 inches). Sox 9th: no runs, no hits, none left on base.

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