The 24-year-old attacked Red Sox hitters early in the count with his fastball, which topped out at 95 miles per hour, and hurled 6⅓ innings of one-run ball without issuing a walk (72.8 percent strike rate).
With a valid high school or college student ID, students have the opportunity to get tickets for Red Sox home games for only nine dollars. The loss ended a streak of 15 consecutive quality starts by Porcello.
"You can live with singles", Porcello said.
"I really don't think about that stuff".
Pitch location. Archer mainly targets the top of the strike zone, or just above it, with his fastball, although the pitch covers most of the zone. After a strong opening series against the Pittsburgh Pirates, Boston got a rude wake-up call when they lost two out of the first three to the Detroit Tigers in a four-game set. "When I go to the plate, I'm trying to keep it as simple as possible, get a good pitch to hit and try to get the barrel to it". "I'm going to fine Cash for making him late to the season".
Chris Sale was dominant with 12 strikeouts over seven innings for his first victory with Boston, Mitch Moreland hit a solo homer and the Red Sox beat the Tampa Bay Rays 2-1 on Saturday. Mechanically I'm pretty much the same. Facing a 2-2 count, Porcello threw a 91 miles per hour fastball that Peterson rifled over the fence down the right-field line, just inside Pesky's Pole. But the 28-year-old was mowing batters down, and his offense gave him just enough for Sale to come out on the winning side of a 2-1 score. Severino was a highly touted rookie last season but struggled for most of the year as a starter and was eventually demoted to the minors, but his performance yesterday gives Yankees fans hope that he may still be the wunderkind he was advertised to be when he was first brought up to the Bigs. The five wins against Tampa Bay were the most ever against them in a single season.
White Sox 10, Indians 4: Tim Anderson homered on the game's first pitch and Matt Davidson added a three-run shot in a five-run first inning for visiting Chicago.
For the National League, the NL East division has started off evenly with four teams boasting 3-3 records throughout their first six games.
After a recent absence because of the flu, Ramirez doubled during a three-run rally in the eighth inning Thursday that sent the Red Sox over the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-3.
He averaged 24 points per game in his career at Hendricken, and put up 12 rebounds, five assists, and three steals as a senior to help lead the Hawks to a flawless 21-0 record. Xander Bogaerts was impressive, going 3-for-4 with several hard-hit balls. Andrew Benintendi (0-for-4), Mookie Betts (0-for-4), Hanley Ramirez (0-for-4) and Pablo Sandoval (0-for-3) also went hitless.
Every playoff game last night was decided by just one goal, indicating how tight things are in post-season hockey.
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