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Red Sox versus Angels wrap up

Winning Pitchers: Weaver(1-0), Penny(1-0), Moseley(1-0)
Losing Pitchers: Wakefield(0-1), Saunders(0-1), Beckett(1-1)
Angels win series 2-1.
Game One: Angels 6-Red Sox 3. Tim Wakefield struggled with his control allowing five base-on-balls, one hit batsmen and six hits in six innings. Angel base runners also stole three bases off him. Justin Masterson was equally ineffective surrendering three earned runs on four hits in only one inning of work. The offense was held in check by Jered Weaver who only allowed four hits, striking out eight in six and two thirds innings.
Game Two: Red Sox 5-Angels 4. Brad Penny looked solid in his first Boston start going six innings with three earned runs. Jonathan Papelbon recorded his second save with a very shaky outing in which he threw thirty-nine pitches. Jason Bay hit two homers and Mike Lowell added a two-run shot as well. This was the first time the Sox have beaten the Angels in regular season play in nine games.
Game Three: Angels 5-Red Sox 4. The offense struggled leaving ten runners on base after the fourth inning. Josh Beckett struggled through six innings allowing four earned runs on eight hits. The Sox had many chances late in the game to tie it up, highlighted by an eighth inning, bases loaded opportunity. Mike Lowell popped up to the third basemen and Jason Varitek flied out to end the threat. In the ninth, J.D.Drew took called strike three after the Sox had scored a run to draw within one. In the first inning, Josh Beckett threw a pitch up near Bobby Abreau's head that caused the benches to empty. Four Angles were ejected, no Red Sox were ejected or warned.
Chris Allen


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