Bos 0 2 3 1 0 0 5 1 0 12
SF 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Date of game: 8/21/2013
Game Log
Bottom Inning 9
Hector Sanchez grounded out short to first to end the game.

Bottom Inning 7
Buster Posey infield single to third. Runner on first with none out and Hunter Pence due up.

Bottom Inning 5
Roger Kieschnick popped out to second. Runner on first with one out and Brandon Crawford due up.

Top Inning 4
Shane Victorino double to right scored Will Middlebrooks. Runner on second with two outs and Dustin Pedroia due up.

Top Inning 4
Felix Doubront sacrifice bunt to catcher. On the play, Will Middlebrooks advances to second. Runner on second with one out and Jacoby Ellsbury due up.

Top Inning 4
Will Middlebrooks walked. Runner on first with none out and Felix Doubront due up.

Top Inning 3
Dustin Pedroia double to left scored Jacoby Ellsbury. On the play, Shane Victorino advances to third. Runners on second and third with none out and David Ortiz due up.

Bottom Inning 2
Joaquin Arias one-out, solo Home Run (1) to left. Roger Kieschnick due up.

Bottom Inning 1
Andres Torres infield single to pitcher. Runner on first with none out and Marco Scutaro due up.

Top Inning 1
Shane Victorino struck out swinging. Runner on second with one out and Dustin Pedroia due up.

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