Red Sox Beat Verlander, Move Above .500

By on May 30, 2012 in

David Ortiz contributed three hits and two RBI’s to lift his Boston Red Sox past the Detroit Tigers 6-3 yesterday at Fenway Park. Daniel Bard allowed just two runs in five innings to notch the W over Tigers ace Justin Verlander, who let up a scattered 10 hits and five runs in six innings of work.

“I felt like they made a really good adjustment against me. I felt like I was actually pitching decent and they were hitting some decent pitches,” Verlander said. “Obviously, this is a good lineup and they were more than capable of doing that. I can’t say I pitched bad, but it was a battle because of the way that they were putting together at-bats against me.” The Sox will face the Tigers again tonight and tomorrow at home before traveling to Toronto to battle the Blue Jays over the weekend. Boston Red Sox tickets are now available!


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