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Bo-Sox Bats Remain On Fire Beat Chi-Sox 14-2


Maybe Boston Red Sox hitters like deep dish pizza. What ever the reason Boston has outscored their hosts the Chicago White Sox 35-6 in three games as they beat up on the Pale Hose Saturday wining 14-2. Boston, who saw Thursday nights contest in Chi-town rained out pummeled Chicago Friday in a double header winning the first game 11-3 and game two 10-1. Boston torched White Sox starter Mark Buerhle who saw his record drop to 9-9. Mike Lowell had four hits for Boston while recent acquisition right fielder Bobby Kielty had four RBI. Tim Wakefield continued his remarkable season at age 41, seeing his record grow to 16-10 with the win. He and teammate Josh Beckett, who won Friday are MLB's only 16 game winners.

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