Start as you mean to go on…


October 24, 2007

Colorado 1, Boston 13 at Fenway Park
Colorado Record: (0-1)
Boston Record: (1-0)

Winning pitcher – Josh Beckett (1-0)
Losing pitcher –  Jeff Francis (0-1)

Colorado Runs: 1, Hits: 6, Errors: 0
Boston Runs: 13, Hits: 17, Errors: 0

HR: COL – None
HR: BOS – D. Pedroia  (1)

Next Boston Game: October 27, 2007 06:00 PM MT vs. Colorado Rockies

“Beckett got off to the most overpowering start since Sandy Koufax,
Pedroia became only the second player to lead off the Series with a
home run, and then a relentless offense led by Manny Ramirez and David
Ortiz racked up hit after hit.

Boston set a record for runs and
victory margin in an opener and finished with 17 hits, becoming the
first club to hit eight doubles in a Series game since 1925. After
taking a 6-1 lead against Colorado ace Jeff Francis, the Red Sox piled
on seven runs in the fifth, when Rockies reliever Ryan Speier walked
three straight batters with the bases loaded — the first time that
ever happened in a Series game.”

RTRH

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