• Price dominates as Rays hold off Red Sox

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Jul 30, 2013
    The Red Sox eventually fell to the Rays, 2-1. The Rays went on to shut down the Red Sox in the ninth and hold onto the 2-1 win, a win that flip-flopped the two teams in the AL East standings. The Red Sox had runners at second and third with one out and Brandon Snyder batting. The fact that Meals conceded it was the wrong call after the game probably didn't do much to cheer up a Boston team that figures to be in a dogfight with the Rays for the American League East title for the rest of the season. As Dani...
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Umpire blows call to give Rays a win over the Red Sox and first place in the AL East

      Monday night's Tampa Bay Rays-Boston Red Sox game was something else — it included a blown call that changed the outcome of the game, a call which umpire Jerry Meals later admitted he botched. The win pushed the Rays past the Red Sox in the standings an…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Red Sox lose their cool, fall to Rays on close call

      Sure, the Red Sox were frustrated at being thoroughly handcuffed by David Price for the second time in six days. But that it isn't what made them reach their boiling point en route to a gut-wrenching 2-1 loss to the Rays on Monday night at Fenway Park.
      Source: MLB.com
    • Things Are Getting Salty Between The Rays And Red Sox

      John Farrell was ejected in the eighth inning after a blown call at home plate—that would have tied the score—ended the inning.Read more...
      Source: deadspin.com
  • Farrell tossed after arguing close play at plate

    It took a 39-minute rain delay for the Red Sox to finally string a few hits together against the Rays. They had the tying run at third base in Daniel Nava. There was a fly ball hit to left by Brandon Snyder. And Nava appeared to beat Sam Fuld's throw. B…
    Source: MLB.com

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