ON THE RECORD: At (.600) the Sox own the best record in the American League and 2nd-best in the majors behind only the Pirates (.602, 65-43).

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1 BOSTON RED SOX (66-44) VS. ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS (55-53) Friday, August 2, :10 p.m. ET Fenway Park, Boston, MA LHP Jon Lester (10-6, 4.27) vs. RHP Randall Delgado (3-3, 2.85) Game #111 Home Game #58 TV: NESN/MLBN Radio: WEEI 93.7 FM, WUFC 1510 AM (Spanish) WALK-OFF AGAIN: The Red Sox earned their 2nd straight walk-off win last night, an 8-7 victory over the Mariners on Daniel Nava s game-ending 9th-inning single to cap a 6-run 9th inning...it was the Sox MLB-best 11th walk-off win this season and the 1st walk-off RBI of Nava s career. The 11 walk-off wins are the Sox most in a season since 1978 (11)...Boston last had more walk-off wins in 1961 (12) and is 2 shy of the club record for walkoff wins in a season (13 in 1940), according to Elias. Nava, who led off the 9th inning with a walk and scored Brock Holt s double, was the 1st player with a walk-off RBI after scoring a run earlier that inning since TOR s Aaron Hill vs. TB in 2007 (Source: Elias). The Sox have walked off in back-to-back games for the 1st time since 8/2-3/11 vs. CLE (also a 5-4 walk-off win Tue. night on Stephen Drew s 15th-inning single). EPIC COMEBACK: Boston won last night after starting the 8th inning down 7-1 and entering the 9th inning down 7-2. Shane Victorino cut the defi cit to 5 runs with an 8thinning solo homer...then Boston sent 10 men to the plate and scored 6 times on 6 hits and 2 walks in the 9th inning while making just 1 out. According to Elias, last night was the 1st time since the start of the 2011 season that a winning team trailed by at least 5 runs entering the 9th inning. CLAWING BACK: Last night was just the Red Sox 4th ever 9-inning win in which they trailed by 5 or more runs heading into the 9th inning...they hadn t done it since the 2007 Mother s Day Miracle, in which they scored 6 in the 9th to win The others came in 1931 vs. PHA and 1937 at CLE. It was just the 3rd time in Sox history the team came back to win after trailing by 6+ runs when entering the 8th inning...they hadn t done that since 7/3/40 vs. PHA, a game that ended on back-to-back homers by future Hall of Famers Ted Williams and Jimmie Foxx... The only other instance occurred on 5/13/1911 at DET. HOME STRETCH: The Red Sox tonight continue a 7-game homestand with the 1st of 3 games against the Diamondbacks...The Sox were edged out 2-1 in Monday night s makeup vs. the Rays and then swept Seattle in 3 games. ON THE RECORD: At (.600) the Sox own the best record in the American League and 2nd-best in the majors behind only the Pirates (.602, 65-43). BEST MLB RECORDS IN 2013 TEAM W-L WPCT Pittsburgh Boston Tampa Bay Boston s 66 wins are the most in the majors. IN THE STANDINGS: The Sox are in 1st place in the AL East for a 2nd straight day, 1.0 game ahead of the Rays. Boston has been in 1st place or T-1st for 102 days in 2013, the most among AL teams...since 2000, the only other season in which the Sox spent more than 100 days in 1st place was 2007 (173)..500 DAYS: The Sox are the only AL team and 1 of 2 ML clubs whose record has been above.500 all season long (also Atlanta)...The last Red Sox team to go this late into a season without falling to or under.500 was the 1946 club who spent the entire season above.500. HIGH WATER MARK: With last night s win, the Red Sox are a season-high 22 games over.500 for the 1st time since the end of play on 9/19/2011 (88-66)...They haven t been 23 games over.500 since finishing 9/17/11 at RECENT RESULTS: The Sox have won 3 straight games and 5 of their last 6 contests...boston is 8-5 in 13 games since the All-Star break...they have won 12 of their last 19, 17 of their last 27, and 21 of their last 32 games. SERIES TALK: The sweep of the Mariners gave the Sox their MLB-best 22nd series win of The Red Sox have won all but 2 of their last 12 home series dating back to their set vs. the Indians from 5/23-26 (9-2-1). The Red Sox now have 7 sweeps this season, 1 shy of the AL lead behind Oakland and Tampa Bay (8 each). FRIENDLY FENWAY: The Red Sox are 5-4 in their last 9 home games...overall, they have won 14 of their last 19, 18 of their last 24, and 24 of their last 33 games at Fenway. The Red Sox.649 win percentage (37-20) at home ranks 3rd in the AL...The Sox 57 home games thus far in 2013 match 3 other teams for the most in MLB. The Sox lead MLB with a.463 SLG, 219 extra-base hits, and 147 doubles at home, and are 2nd with a.284 AVG and.349 OBP...Their 144 doubles at Fenway are 39 more than any other club at home (2nd, TOR at 108). SOX AND D-BACKS: Tonight the Sox open a 3-game Interleague series with the Diamondbacks at Fenway Park... Boston holds a 7-5 advantage in the all-time series against Arizona...Of the clubs 15 matchups through this season (including the current set), 12 will have been played in Boston. Boston swept their last series, a 3-game set at Fenway in 2010, and has won 5 straight against Arizona since 6/24/08, with each of those 5 at home...before that, the Sox lost their 1st 4 meetings with ARI at Fenway. NATIONAL SUCCESS: Boston is 2nd in the AL (3rd in MLB) with a 7-2 (.778) Interleague record this year...the Sox have won 16 of their last 20 games vs. the NL and have the best Interleague mark in baseball since 2003 (.651, ). The Red Sox lead MLB with a.340 AVG and 5.8 runs per game this year in Interleague games. INTERLEAGUE INTRIGUE: Jacoby Ellsbury has hit safely in all 9 of Boston s Interleague games this year at a.487 AVG (19-for-39) and has a hit in each of his last 12 Interleague contests since 6/30/11 (.481 AVG, 25-for-52). Dustin Pedroia s career.339 AVG vs. the NL is the 2ndbest Interleague mark among actives (min. 300 PA)... Only BAL s Nick Markakis has a better mark (.348). START UP: Red Sox starters have held opponents to 3 earned runs or fewer in 22 of the club s last 28 games...the rotation s 3.83 ERA is 3rd-best among AL starters...sox starters 3.44 ERA at home is 2nd in the AL to Chicago (3.33). APPROACHING 40: Jacoby Ellsbury tops MLB with 39 stolen bases in 42 attempts (92.9%)...He is 1 stolen base shy of recording his 3rd 40-steal campaign (50 in 2008, club-record 70 in 2009)...He would join Tris Speaker ( ) as the only players to record 3, 40-steal seasons with the Red Sox. OFFENSIVE LINE: Sox batters tops the majors with 553 runs, 532 RBI (tied), 240 doubles, 379 extra-base hits, and 1,676 total bases, and are 2nd with a.273 AVG,.345 OBP, 1,044 hits, 25 triples (tied, 1st in AL), 394 walks, and 83 stolen bases (1st in the AL). FIRST WATCH: The Red Sox are 44-9 (.830) when scoring 1st this year, the highest such win percentage in the majors, and have won each of their last 3 such contests...they have only scored 1st twice in their last 12 contests. According to Elias, Boston is 19-1 (.950) when scoring 1st at Fenway Park in 2013 (only loss, 5/9 vs. MIN) but hasn t scored 1st in their last 9 home games. REHAB UPDATES: RHP Alex Wilson, on the 15-day DL with a right thumb sprain, continued a rehab assignment with Pawtucket last night vs. Norfolk (BAL) and threw a scoreless inning with 1 hit allowed...in 2 rehab outings he has allowed 3 hits, 1 run, and 1 walk with 1 strikeout. LHP Franklin Morales, on the 15-day DL with a left pectoralis strain, has 3 SO in 2.0 perfect innings over 2 rehab outings with Pawtucket...He is slated to pitch again with the PawSox Saturday and Sunday. RED SOX RECORD BREAKDOWN Overall AL East Standing...1st, 1.0 GA At Home On Road In day games In night games April May June July August vs. AL East vs. AL Central vs. AL West vs. National League vs. RH starter vs. LH starter Leading after 6 innings Tied after 6 innings Trailing after 6 innings Leading after 7 innings Tied after 7 innings Trailing after 7 innings Leading after 8 innings Tied after 8 innings Trailing after 8 innings Red Sox score 1st Opponents score first Shutouts Scoring less than 3 runs Scoring 3 or 4 runs Scoring 5 or more runs Red Sox hit HR Red Sox hit 0 HR run games run games Walk-offs Extra innings (home) Extra innings (road) Extra innings (total) Series openers Series finales Series W-L-T (home) Series W-L-T (road) Series W-L-T (total) Series sweeps (home) Series sweeps (road) Series sweeps (total) Come-from-behind wins...24, last 8/1 Innings batting around... 15, last 8/1 (9th) Games decided in last AB VS. THE DIAMONDBACKS All-Time vs. Diamondbacks In Boston In Arizona vs. Diamondbacks In Boston In Seattle MLB ALL-TIME HOME RUN LIST Rk Player HR 47 Billy Williams David Ortiz Darrell Evans 414 UPCOMING MILESTONES Milestone Player (current) 2,000 H...Ortiz (1,972) 100 HR... Pedroia (98) 500 RBI... Pedroia (474) THIS DATE IN RED SOX HISTORY 1901: Cy Young won his 20th game of the year, 16-0 over PHA...His 33 wins that year would stand as a club record until Smoky Joe Wood won 34 in THIS DATE IN RED SOX HISTORY 1949: Ellis Kinder fanned 14 in a CG vs. SLB...It was the most SO by a Sox pitcher since Smoky Joe Wood had 15 on 7/7/11. UPCOMING SCHEDULE AND PROBABLE PITCHING MATCHUPS DATE OPP. BOS TIME RED SOX STARTER OPPOSING STARTER TV Sat., 8/3 ARI 7:10 p.m. RHP Jake Peavy (8-4, 4.28) LHP Patrick Corbin (12-2, 2.24) NESN Sun., 8/4 ARI 1:35 p.m. LHP Felix Doubront (7-5, 3.77) RHP Brandon McCarthy (2-4, 5.00) NESN/TBS Red Sox on the Radio: All regular season games are broadcast in English on WEEI 93.7 FM and network affi liates, and in Spanish on WUFC 1510 AM.

2 Red Sox Game Notes Page 2 31-JON LESTER, LHP W-L ERA G GS IP H R ER HR BB SO CAREER TONIGHT S START: TONIGHT S STARTING PITCHER Has a 2.29 ERA (5 ER/19.2 IP) in his last 3 starts, including a 2-0 mark with 2 ER over 13.1 IP (1.35 ERA) in 2 GS since the break...has 8 strikeouts in his last 2 GS, tallying 8+ K s in consecutive games for the 1st time since 6/10-16/12. Went 3-2 with a 3.13 ERA (11 ER/31.2 IP) and 31 strikeouts over 5 outings in July, with quality starts in 4 of those contests...among American League lefthanders during the month, ranked T-7th in strikeouts and 11th in ERA. Is 4-0 with a 2.95 ERA (18 ER/55.0 IP) in 8 games at Fenway this season, compared to 6-6 with a 5.14 ERA (48 ER/84.0 IP) over 14 starts on the road. Is 11-5 with a 3.04 ERA (48 ER/142.0 IP) in 22 career Interleague starts. Last start: Earned the win as the Red Sox defeated the Orioles, 5-0, on 7/28 at Camden Yards...Tossed 7.0 scoreless innings, allowing 4 hits and 2 walks... Struck out a season-high tying 8 while tossing 99 pitches (65 strikes)...retired 11 in a row after allowing a lead-off single to Nick Markakis until a 2-out single by Adam Jones in the 4th...Exited after the 7th with a 5-0 lead. It was his 1st scoreless outing since tossing a CG shutout on 5/10 vs. TOR. With his 95th career win, passed Bill Lee (94) for 3rd all-time among Red Sox left-handers (13th overall). VS. THE DIAMONDBACKS: Is making his 2nd career start against the Diamondbacks...Made his only appearance versus ARI on 6/16/10 at Fenway, earning the win after allowing 2 runs on 4 hits and 3 walks while striking out 7 over 7.0 innings. RECENT HIGHLIGHTS: Made his 200th career start on 6/6 vs. TEX, becoming the 3rd Red Sox lefthander to reach that milestone...appeared in his 200th game on 5/31 at NYY. Was the 1st Sox lefty starter to begin a season 6-0 since Bill Lee in 1978 (6-0) , 5/10 vs. TOR 10, 5/25 vs. CLE 7, 6/11 at TB 7, 6/11 at TB 7, 6/11 at TB 8, 4x, last: 7/28 at BAL 3, 6/11 at TB 124, 5/25 vs. CLE 1 G, 5/10 vs. TOR 1 G, 5/10 vs. TOR 6 G, 4/1-5/15 4 G, 5/20-6/ , 2.95 ERA, 8 GS 6-6, 5.14 ERA, 14 GS.256 ( ), 17 HR.279 (29-104), 6 HR.251 ( ), 11 HR , 4.27 ERA, 22 starts SINGLE-GAME HIGHS IP H R ER BB SO HR PITCHES CG SHO WIN STREAK LOSS STREAK SPLITS HOME ROAD OPP. AVG VS. LHB VS. RHB WHIP CAREER 9.0, 7x, last: 5/10/13 vs. TOR 12, 5/20/11 vs. CHC 11, 7/22/12 vs. TOR 11, 7/22/12 vs. TOR 7, 2x, last: 6/11/13 at TB 13, 7/24/10 at SEA 4, 7/22/12 vs. TOR 130, 5/19/08 vs. KC 10 G, last: 5/10/13 vs. TOR 3 G, last: 5/10/13 vs. TOR 8 G, 4/28-6/16/10 5 G, 2x, last: 7/8-8/7/12 CAREER 43-25, 3.81 ERA, 99 G, 98 GS 52-29, 3.82 ERA, 111 GS.250 ( ), 127 HR.245 ( ), 37 HR.252 ( ), 90 HR 1.31 VS. THE DIAMONDBACKS W-L ERA G GS IP H R ER HR BB SO st appearance vs. ARI since 2010 CAREER FENWAY Struck out 5+ in his 1st 9 GS of 2013, the longest ever such streak to begin a season by a Sox lefty and the longest overall since Josh Beckett in 2008 (11). Threw a 1-hit SHO on 5/10 vs. TOR, retiring the 1st 17 batters...was the 1st Sox lefty to allow 1 base runner or less in a CG since Dutch Leonard, 6/3/18 at DET. Became the 11th pitcher ever to earn his 1st 90 ML wins with the Red Sox (last Roger Clemens in 1989), and 4th to do it with under 50 losses at the time. CAREER NOTES: Is the all-time Sox lefty leader with 1,179 K s, ranking 5th overall on Boston s strikeout list (Cy Young is next with 1,341)...Also among Sox lefty leaders, ranks 3rd with 95 wins (13th overall, Bill Monbouquette and Tex Hughson are next with 96) and 3rd with 209 starts (9th, Bruce Hurst and Tom Brewer are next with 217) REGULAR SEASON GAME LOG - STARTER DATE SCORE OPP DEC SCORE WHEN LEFT IP H R ER BB K HR PIT/STRIKES NOTES 4/1 W8-2 at NYY W /63 Became the 1st BOS lefty starter to win on OD since /7 W13-0 at TOR W /67 Won his 1st 2 starts of a season for 1st time in career 4/13 W2-1 (10) TB /63 Passed Luis Tiant for 6th on the Sox all-time strikeout list 4/18 W6-3 at CLE W /72 Set new mark with 4 GS to begin year without a HR allowed 4/24 W6-5 OAK W /74 Allowed 1st homer of the season, a 3-run shot by Chris Young 4/30 L7-9 at TOR /58 Ended 5-GS streak of no more than 3 R and 6 H to begin /5 L3-4 at TEX /70 Yu Darvish struck out 14 Red Sox batters for the Rangers 5/10 W5-0 TOR W /79 Maicer Izturis doubled with 2 outs in the 6th for TOR s only hit 5/15 W9-2 at TB W /74 Passed Josh Beckett for 5th on the Sox all-time strikeout list 5/20 L4-6 at CWS L /70 Snapped a streak of 9 games with at least 5 strikeouts 5/25 W7-4 CLE /81 Struck out the side in order in the 6th inning 5/31 L1-4 at NYY L /67 Made his 200th career appearance, all with the Red Sox 6/6 W6-3 TEX /66 David Ortiz hit a walk-off 3-run HR in the bottom of the 9th 6/11 L3-8 at TB L /50 Gave up at least 1 run in each inning of the game 6/16 L3-6 at BAL L /75 Has lost last 2 GS vs. O s after going 14-0 in 1st 20 career GS 6/21 W10-6 at DET W /57 Was 1st win since 5/15 at TB, ending 6-game winless drought 6/27 W7-4 TOR W /58 Allowed fewest runs since 5/31 at NYY (4 R) 7/3 W2-1 SD /71 Made 1st career appearance against the Padres 7/8 L4-11 at SEA L /73 Suffered his 1st loss at Seattle since 7/24/10 7/13 L0-3 at OAK L /63 A.J. Griffin tossed 8.0 shutout innings for OAK 7/23 W6-2 TB W /64 Earned his 1st win since 6/27 vs. TOR 7/28 W5-0 at BAL W /65 Held an opponent scoreless for the 1st time since 5/10 vs. TOR DIAMONDBACKS CAREER vs. LESTER PLAYER AVG. AB H HR RBI Chavez Eaton Goldschmidt Gregorious Hill Kubel Nieves Parra Pennington Pollock Prado Ross BATTER-PITCHER MATCHUPS RED SOX CAREER vs. DELGADO PLAYER AVG. AB H HR RBI Carp Drew Ellsbury Gomes Holt Lavarnway Napoli Nava Ortiz Pedroia Saltalamacchia Snyder Victorino STARTING PITCHERS BREAKDOWN QUALITY SOX STARTER GS STARTS RS/IP RSA REC. Lester / Buchholz / Dempster / Doubront / Lackey / Aceves / Webster / Morales 1 0 5/ Workman 3 3 8/ JAKE PEAVY, RHP TOMORROW S STARTING PITCHER 8-4, 4.28 ERA, 13 starts W-L ERA G GS IP H R ER HR BB SO CAREER VS. THE DIAMONDBACKS: Is with a 4.66 ERA (90 ER/174.0 IP) and 194 strikeouts in 29 career starts against the Diamondbacks...His win (tied), game, inning, and strikeout totals vs. ARI are his most against any ML club...is making his 1st start against ARI with an American League team...last faced the Diamondbacks on 6/8/09 while with SD (W, 7.0 IP, 7 H, 3 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 8 K). REGULAR SEASON STARTS - LAST 5 DATE OPP DEC IP H R ER BB K 5/25 MIA W /30 at CHC L /4 at SEA L /20 ATL W /25 DET W ERA

3 Red Sox Game Notes Page 3 BATTING NOTES 37-MIKE CARP, 1B/OF.311 AVG 8 HR 28 RBI.373 OBP.589 SLG vs. RHP: (.318), 7 HR YESTERDAY: 0-3 HOMESTAND: 0-6 CURRENT STREAK: 0-for-8 vs. LHP: 6-22 (.273), 1 HR SEA SERIES: 0-6 SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 5 G, 6/8-13 (.450, 9-20) Has played in 11 of BOS last 21 games (10 starts, 1 PH)...Has hits in 6 of his last 10 games at.333 (10-for-30) with 3 doubles, 3 RBI, and 3 walks in that time. Has reached in 20 of his last 24 games (.324 AVG, 24-for-74, 9 BB, HBP), including a season-long 11-game on-base streak from 6/8-29. Among AL players with at least 150 PA, ranks 6th in SLG at of his 47 hits are XBH (14 2B, 2 3B, 8 HR). Has a.341 AVG/.412 OBP/.591 SLG since 6/1...Led MLB with a.735 SLG in June...Was 4th among AL June leaders with a.367 AVG and 6th with a.448 OBP. Has reached in 30 of 40 starts (23 in LF, 15 at 1B, 2 in RF)...2nd on the team and T-7th in the AL with 14 PA as a PH (.231, 3-for-13, double, homer, 3 RBI, BB). 7-STEPHEN DREW, SS.230 AVG 7 HR 38 RBI.316 OBP.407 SLG vs. RHP: (.258), 4 HR YESTERDAY: 1-3, 2 BB HOMESTAND: 4-16, 2B, RBI, 3 BB CURRENT STREAK: 2 G (.333, 3-9) vs. LHP: (.170), 3 HR SEA SERIES: 3-13, RBI, 3 BB SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 5 G, 2 times, last 6/23-28 Hit a 15th-inning walk-off, bases loaded single to beat SEA Wed. night, Was his 4th career walk-off hit and 2nd this season (also 5/6 vs. MIN, double). Tied a career high with 5 RBI 7/27 at BAL and tallied his 2nd career multi-hr game (other: 8/25/10 at SD)...Went 3-for-5 with 3 runs scored. Has started 11 of BOS 12 games since 7/20 activation from DL (.211, 8-38, 2 HR, 7 RBI, 5 R, 6 BB)...Went on DL 7/5 (retro to 6/29) with right hamstring strain... Has hit in 13 of his last 20 games overall at.282 (20-for-71) with 5 doubles, 3 triples, 2 homers, 10 RBI, 8 walks. Has hit.310 (26-for-84) with 13 XBH (8 2B, 4 3B, HR) in his last 24 home games...batting.264 (42-for-159) overall at home compared to.180 on the road. Is 3rd in the AL with 6 triples, including a 3-bagger in 3 of 4 games from 6/ Leads qualifying AL shortstops with a.991 fielding pct. (3 E/329 chances). 2-JACOBY ELLSBURY, OF.301 AVG 5 HR 35 RBI.363 OBP.425 SLG vs. RHP: (.326), 3 HR YESTERDAY: 2-4, 2 R, 2B, BB HOMESTAND: 5-18, 4 R, 2B, HR, RBI, BB, SB, SAC CURRENT STREAK: 7 G (.313, 10-32) vs. LHP: (.257), 2 HR SEA SERIES: 4-14, 4 R, 2B, HR, RBI, BB, SAC SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 19 G, 6/19-7/11 (.413, 33-80) Hits in his last 7 games...batting.347 (50-for-144) in last 34 games starting with 19-game hit streak, 6/19-7/11 (.413 AVG, 33-for-80), the AL s longest this year. Has an AL-best.355 AVG (78-for-220) since 5/26, raising AVG from.245 to.301, the 10th-best mark in the AL...Has 24 XBH and 25 SB in 51 games in that time. Tops MLB w/ 39 stolen bases in 42 SBA (92.9%)...Is 10-for-10 since his last CS on 6/13 at BAL (7th inn.)...set club single-game record with 5 SB, 5/30 at PHI. Is 2nd in AL in triples (7, T-5th in MLB)...Also among AL leaders in hits (6th, 129), runs (8th, 66), AB (7th, 428), AVG vs. RHP (6th,.326), road AVG (8th,.317)... Has hit in 81 of 100 tilts, most games with a hit among leadoff men...also tops MLB with 129 hits batting 1st, and 1st in MLB with 30 leadoff hits. Has 4 homers in his last 21 games since 7/4 following a career-long 314-AB homerless drought...hit 2nd leadoff homer of 2013 on 7/19 vs. NYY (also 7/11 at SEA)...Has 9 career leadoff home runs, tied with Dom DiMaggio and Tommy Harper for the most in Red Sox history. 5-JONNY GOMES, OF.236 AVG 8 HR 27 RBI.336 OBP.417 SLG vs. RHP: (.263), 3 HR YESTERDAY: 1-1, RBI, BB HOMESTAND: 1-7, RBI, 4 BB CURRENT STREAK: 1 G (1.000, 1-1) vs. LHP: (.212), 5 HR SEA SERIES: 1-4, RBI, 4 BB SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 7 G, 6/23-7/5 (.391, 9-23) Drove in game-tying run in Sox 6-run 9th last night vs. SEA...Has hits in 15 of his last 20 games with an AB (.290 AVG, 18-for-62) beginning with a season-high 7-game hit streak from 6/23-7/5. Is 29-for-95 (.305) with 13 XBH (8 2B, 5 HR) and 16 RBI in his last 29 games with an AB...That stretch began with 4-for-5 effort on 6/6 vs. TEX, tying career high in hits (6th time). Has gone deep 5 times in his last 27 games after hitting 3 HR in his 1st 50 games of the year...hit safely in career-high-tying 11 straight starts from 6/23-7/21... Hit a pinch-hit, walk-off HR to lead off the 9th inning on 7/3 vs. SD, his 4th career walk-off HR and 2nd this season (also G2 on 6/18 vs. TB off Joel Peralta). Has reached in 11 of 20 PA as PH (.357, 5-for-14, 2B, 3 HR, 4 RBI, 4 BB, 2 HBP)...Leads the AL with 3 PH home runs (T-2nd in MLB) and 15 total bases as PH... His 3 pinch-hit homers are the most by a Red Sox in a single season since 1977 (Bernie Carbo, 3). Has made 50 starts for the Sox this season: 39 in LF (59 G overall), 9 as DH (10 G), and 2 in RF (3 G)...38 of his last 40 starts have come in LF. 26-BROCK HOLT, INF.275 AVG 0 HR 9 RBI.311 OBP.325 SLG vs. RHP: (.270), 0 HR YESTERDAY: 1-4, R, 2B, RBI HOMESTAND: 2-9, 2 R, 2 2B, RBI CURRENT STREAK: 2 G (.222, 2-9) vs. LHP: 1-3 (.333), 0 HR SEA SERIES: 2-9, 2 R, 2 2B, RBI SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 8 G, 7/7-14 Both of his hits since being recalled prior to Wednesday night s game have been doubles, after no extra-base hits in his 1st 10 games for the Sox...Has hit in a career-high 10 straight starts at.297 (11-for-37)...His 8-game hit streak overall from 7/7-14 tied the longest of his career (also 9/4-12/12 with PIT). Overall this year, has 11 hits, 3 BB, 2 SF, and 2 SAC...Has 9 RBI in 12 games for BOS after tallying 3 RBI in his previous 24 career ML games, all with PIT in Has made 11 ML starts in 2013, all at 3B...Started 9 games in his 1st ML stint of 2013 from 7/6-19. Has hit.264 (63-for-239) with 4 2B, HR, 20 RBI, 24 BB in 69 games with Triple-A PawSox this year, playing at 2B (37 G), SS (25 G), and 3B (7 G) for Pawtucket. 20-RYAN LAVARNWAY, C.255 AVG 0 HR 4 RBI.308 OBP.362 SLG vs. RHP: 7-25 (.280), 0 HR YESTERDAY: 2-4, R HOMESTAND: 3-7, R, 2B CURRENT STREAK: 2 G (.429, 3-7) vs. LHP: 5-22 (.227), 0 HR SEA SERIES: 2-4 R SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 7 G, 5/18-7/7 Has played 12 times, with 10 starts behind the plate, since 6/18 recall (after G1) for 3rd ML stint in Has hit in 9 of 12 starts overall with BOS this season. Of his 12 hits this season, 5 are doubles...posted a career-high 7-game hit streak from 5/18-7/7 (.348 AVG, 8-for-23). Played 3 games (2 starts) with the Red Sox in 2nd stint with BOS from 5/ Was also with the Sox 4/25-27, but did not appear in a game. Has hit.261 (36-for-138, 9 2B, 3 HR, 21 RBI, 22 R, 23 BB) in 38 games with Pawtucket in Threw out 13 of 30 attempted base stealers (43.3%) at Triple-A. 12-MIKE NAPOLI, 1B.257 AVG 14 HR 64 RBI.341 OBP.459 SLG vs. RHP: (.257), 11 HR YESTERDAY: DNP HOMESTAND: 1-13, R, BB, IBB CURRENT STREAK: 0-for-5 vs. LHP: (.257), 3 HR SEA SERIES: 1-9, R, BB, IBB SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 8 G, 5/18-25 (.296, 8-27, 9 BB) T-3rd in the AL with 13 XBH (7 2B, 3B, 5 HR) in 21 games since 7/4 after 1 XBH in his previous 21 games...his last 3 homers came in a 4-game span, 7/ Doubled twice 7/28 at BAL, his team-leading 11th multi-xbh game of 2013, T-2nd in MLB behind only Chris Davis (14). Hit 2 HR on 7/21 vs. NYY, his 2nd multi-hr game of 2013 (also 5/1 at TOR) and 12th career...with 11th-inning walkoff shot, was 1st Sox since Vern Stephens on 5/30/51 with 2 HR, including a walk-off HR, vs. NYY...Was 2nd career walk-off HR (9/12/08 vs. SEA) and 5th career walk-off RBI (2nd in 2013, 4/15 vs. TB). Has reached base safely in 19 of his last 21 starts and in 27 of his last 28 road starts...has reached in 26 of his last 30 games overall (29 H, 14 BB). Is 7th among AL leaders with 28 doubles...is 7-for-13 (.538) with 2 2B, 2 grand slams (T-1st in MLB), and 20 RBI (1st in AL) with the bases loaded...his 5, 4+ RBI games are T-2nd in MLB (Chris Davis, 6). 29-DANIEL NAVA, OF.285 AVG 10 HR 53 RBI.372 OBP.424 SLG vs. RHP: (.306), 8 HR YESTERDAY: 2-4, R, 2B, RBI, BB HOMESTAND: 2-6, R, 2B, RBI, BB CURRENT STREAK: 1 G (.333, 2-6) vs. LHP: (.224), 2 HR SEA SERIES: 2-6, R, 2B, RBI, BB SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 7 G, 3 times, last 7/5-11 Hit a walk-off single in his 2nd PA of the 9th inning last night, his 1st career walk-off RBI...Has reached in a career-high 22 straight starts. Batting.315 (28-for-89) since 6/25...Among AL leaders in OBP (11th,.372), sac flies (T-3rd, 7), and HBP (2nd, 11)...His OBP ranks 2nd among primary outfielders in the AL to LAA s Mike Trout (.410)...Among ML switch-hitters, ranks 2nd in OBP, 3rd in RBI (53), T-5th in times on base (144), T-5th in HR (10). Has 3 hit streaks of 7 games this season (4/3/13, 6/8-13, and 7/5-11), matching his career-high streak (5 times). Has reached in 74 of a career-high 95 games...94 hits, 10 HR, 53 RBI, and 54 runs are also career bests...3rd on Sox with 10 HR, 5 of which have put BOS ahead. Has played 49 games in RF (37 GS), 44 in LF (38 GS)...Only ML game at CF was a start 7/8 at SEA...Also has 12 games at 1B (4 GS), his 1st pro action at 1B.

4 Red Sox Game Notes Page 4 BATTING NOTES (CONTINUED) 34-DAVID ORTIZ, DH.323 AVG 20 HR 69 RBI.405 OBP.588 SLG vs. RHP: (.354), 15 HR YESTERDAY: 1-4, RBI, SF HOMESTAND: 4-18, 2B, 2 RBI, IBB, SF CURRENT STREAK: 5 G (.364, 8-22) vs. LHP: (.273), 5 HR SEA SERIES: 3-15, 2 RBI, SF SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 15 G, 4/20-5/7 (.414, 24-58) Has reached in his last 15 games (.328, 19-for-58, 7 BB) and has a.425 OBP in 20 games since 7/8 (.360 AVG, 27-for-75)...Has reached safely in 36 of his last 38 games, batting.357 (50-for-140) with 12 doubles, 6 homers, 20 RBI, and 21 walks in that time. Hit 20th homer of the season 7/28 vs. BAL...Marks his 11th 20-homer season as a Red Sox, tied with Dwight Evans and Jim Rice for 2nd in club history after Ted Williams (16)...Is the only major leaguer with 20+ HR in all 12 seasons beginning in Only A. Soriano (18 HR) and A. Pujols (17) could join him. This year was an All-Star for the 4th straight year and the 9th time in his career, most in MLB since Went 0-for-2 as the starting DH in the game on 7/16. His 2nd-inning double on 7/10 at SEA was the 1,689th hit of his career as a DH, passing Harold Baines (1,688) for the most in ML history. Since season debut on 4/20, ranks T-4th in MLB with 47 extra-base hits (T-7th in AL overall in 2013) and 6th in MLB with 69 RBI (8th overall in AL in 2013)... Is 4th in the AL with 4.9 AB/RBI this season...his 11, 3+ RBI games this year are T-3rd in MLB and his most since 2010 (11). Leads MLB in IBB (15) and AVG vs. RHP (.354)...Among AL leaders in AVG (4th,.323), OBP (4th,.405), SLG (3rd,.588), OPS (3rd in MLB,.992), AB/HR (8th, 16.9), day AVG (2nd,.368), home AVG (9th,.319), and road AVG (6th,.329). 15-DUSTIN PEDROIA, 2B.296 AVG 8 HR 65 RBI.375 OBP.415 SLG vs. RHP: (.288), 6 HR YESTERDAY: 1-4, R, RBI, BB HOMESTAND: 5-18, 5 R, 2 HR, 7 RBI, 2 BB CURRENT STREAK: 3 G (.357, 5-14, 2 HR, 7 RBI) vs. LHP: (.315), 2 HR SEA SERIES: 5-14, 5 R, 2 HR, 7 RBI, 2 BB SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 14 G, 5/27-6/10 (.321, 18-56) Knocked RBI single and scored winning run in Sox 6-run 9th last night vs. SEA...Has 5 hits, 2 homers, and 7 RBI in his last 13 AB following an 0-for-16 stretch. His 109 games are T-1st in MLB...Has reached safely in 95 games, T-3rd most in MLB...Among AL leaders in times on base (3rd, 184), OBP (7th,.375), hits (7th, 127), multi-hit G (T-3rd, 39), walks (T-6th, 55), at-bats (T-5th, 429), home AVG (4th,.335), and day AVG (6th,.342)...Leads Sox with 20 go-ahead RBI (T-4th in AL) and 11 game-winning RBI (T-4th in AL). This season was named an All-Star for the 4th time in his career (also )...Went 0-for-2 in the All-Star Game on 7/16 at CitiField. Has started at 2B in all but 1 game this year...leads ML qualifiers at 2B with a.994 fielding pct. (3 E) while totaling the most chances at the position (492). On 7/24 signed an 8-year contract with the Red Sox beginning in 2014 and continuing through the 2021 season would be his 16th season with the Sox. 39-JARROD SALTALAMACCHIA, C.264 AVG 9 HR 41 RBI.332 OBP.443 SLG vs. RHP: (.280), 8 HR YESTERDAY: DNP HOMESTAND: 4-11, R, HR, 2 RBI CURRENT STREAK: 4 G (.368, 7-19) vs. LHP: (.218), 1 HR SEA SERIES: 4-11, R, HR, 2 RBI SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 8 G, 5/30-6/10 (.405, 15-37, 13 RBI) Has multi-hits in 3 straight games with an AB (.400, 6-for-15, 4 RBI)...Is 9-for-28 (.321) in last 7 games w/ a PA. Has 15 doubles, 4 HR, and 26 RBI in his last 41 games with a PA...Reached in a career-high 18 straight games with a PA prior to the All-Star break (6/18-7/13). Is T-13th in the AL with 26 doubles, 2nd in the AL as a catcher (HOU s Jason Castro, 27)...2nd in the AL with 35 extra-base hits as catcher (Castro, 38). Caught all 18 innings of 6/18 doubleheader sweep, the 1st Red Sox catcher to start both ends of a twinbill since John Marzano on 8/14/92 at MIL. Has caught 10 of BOS 13 games since the All-Star break...has appeared behind the plate in 66 of the club s last 82 games since 5/3, and is 3rd in the AL with 59 starts at catcher in that time...has started at catcher in 76 of BOS 110 games overall (50-26) and has 1 start at DH. 23-BRANDON SNYDER, INF.235 AVG 2 HR 7 RBI.257 OBP.500 SLG vs. RHP: 0-12 (.000), 0 HR YESTERDAY: DNP HOMESTAND: 2-4, R, 2B, HR, RBI CURRENT STREAK: 2 G (.500, 2-4, HR) vs. LHP: 8-22 (.400), 2 HR SEA SERIES: 1-1, 2B SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 2 G, 2 times, last 7/4-5 (.429, 3-7) Has played in 15 games (8 starts, all at 3B) since 6/25 selection to BOS...Has driven in a 1 run in 4 of 8 starts...had 5 RBI over 1st 2 starts for BOS, 6/30 and 7/2. 5 of 8 hits have been XBH (3 2B, 2 HR)...Hit 2nd HR Mon. night off TB s Price...7/4 vs. SD hit 1st HR with the Sox, his 1st in MLB since 5/15/12 for TEX vs. KC. Hit.267 (63-for-236) with 16 doubles, a triple, 10 HR, 37 RBI, 36 runs, and 20 walks in 63 games for the PawSox this season, playing 1B (40 G) and 3B (22 G)... Signed with Red Sox as a minor league free agent on 3/31 after being released by the Rangers. Has appeared defensively at 1B (26 G/17 GS), 3B (20 G/9 GS), LF (5 G/1 GS), RF (5 G/3 GS), and C (1 G) in his career at the major league level. 18-SHANE VICTORINO, OF.284 AVG 6 HR 31 RBI.330 OBP.409 SLG vs. RHP: (.277), 3 HR YESTERDAY: 2-5, 2 R, HR, 3 RBI HOMESTAND: 7-19, 6 R, 2 2B, HR, 3 RBI, BB CURRENT STREAK: 3 G (.467, 7-15) vs. LHP: (.295), 3 HR SEA SERIES: 7-15, 6 R, 2 2B, HR, 3 RBI, BB SEASON-HIGH STREAK: 9 G, 5/16-6/15 (.263, 10-38) Is 7-for-15 in his last 3 games, including a solo HR in the 8th and 2-run single in the 9th of last night s comeback win vs. SEA...Has a hit in 23 of 32 games since 6/20 at.293 (39-for-133) with 10 doubles, a triple, 4 HR, 20 RBI, 2 sac hits, and 7 stolen bases. Ranks T-6th in the AL with a team-high 6 sac hits...t-8th in AL with a team-best 7 outfield assists...has reached in 57 of his 74 games with a PA this season. On 7/10 at SEA, passed Mike Lum (431) for most ever RBI by Hawaiian-born player...had passed Lum (90) for the most homers by a Hawaiian on 5/6 vs. MIN. Collected a season-high 4 hits and matched a career high with 5 RBI on 6/21 at DET (3rd time, last 6/8/12 at BAL with PHI). Is 48-for-169 (.284) with 28 runs, 11 2B, 2 3B, 4 HR, 21 RBI, 7 walks, and 10 steals in 42 games since activation from DL after G1 on 6/8 (left hamstring strain). LAST HOME RUN MULTI-HIT GAMES MULTI-RBI GAMES PLAYER DATE, OPP. PITCHER AB SINCE 2H 3H 4H 5H TOTAL 2RBI 3RBI 4RBI 5RBI 6+RBI TOTAL Carp 6/15/13 vs. BAL Garcia Drew 7/27/13 at BAL Patton Ellsbury 7/30/13 vs. SEA Saunders Gomes 7/21/13 vs. NYY Sabathia Holt No ML home runs Lavarnway 9/14/12 at TOR Laffey Napoli 7/24/13 vs. TB Price Nava 6/18/13 vs. TB (G2) Odorizzi Ortiz 7/28/13 at BAL Hammel Pedroia 7/31/13 vs. SEA Perez Saltalamacchia 6/30/13 vs. SEA Maurer Snyder 7/4/13 vs. SD Stults Victorino 8/1/13 vs. SEA Furbush VS. ARI CAREER VS. ARI CAREER AT FENWAY PARK PLAYER AVG AB H HR RBI AVG AB H HR RBI AVG AB H HR RBI Carp Drew Ellsbury , Gomes Holt Lavarnway Napoli Nava Ortiz , Pedroia , Saltalamacchia Snyder Victorino

5 Red Sox Game Notes Page 5 BULLPEN NOTES 1ST BATTERS REG. SEASON RELIEF HIGHS PITCHER LAST TIME OUT (Dec.) IP H R ER BB SO RETIRED/FACED RI/S SAVES/OPP INNINGS STRIKEOUTS 54-Pedro Beato 7/30 vs SEA /8 1/0 0/0 1.0 (6 times) 1 (2 times) 32-Craig Breslow 7/31 vs SEA /37 22/7 0/0 2.1 (7/9 at SEA) 2 (5 times) 66-Drake Britton 7/31 vs SEA (W, 1-0) /6 3/1 0/0 2.0 (2 times) 2 (3 times) 36-Junichi Tazawa 7/31 vs SEA (BS, 5) /47 19/6 0/5 2.0 (2 times) 4 (4/17 at CLE) 38-Matt Thornton 7/31 vs SEA /8 3/3 0/0 1.1 (3 times) 2 (4 times) 19-Koji Uehara 7/31 vs SEA /50 19/7 9/ (3 times) 3 (5 times) 35-Steven Wright 8/1 vs SEA /3 3/1 0/0 5.2 (7/11 at SEA) 3 (4/23 vs OAK) 2013 BULLPEN TOTALS 3.77 ERA /307 (64.8%) 139/50 21/37 *Red Sox Totals Only 54-PEDRO BEATO, RHP SV 2.45 ERA vs. ALL:.233 (7-30), 0 HR vs. RHB:.294 (5-17), 0 HR vs. LHB:.154 (2-13), 0 HR WHIP: 1.09 Allowed 1 run on 2 hits Tuesday night vs. SEA (BB, SO)...Issued his 1st BB of the season. 5 of his 8 appearances have been scoreless and has allowed ER s in only 2 of his 8 games...earned his 1st win of the year on 7/21 vs. NYY (1.0 IP, H). For his major league career, has appeared in 79 games, all as a reliever: 4-1, 4.48 ERA (43 ER/86.1 IP), 33 BB, 54 SO between NYM ( ) & BOS ( ). Was recalled by the Sox on 7/10 his 3rd ML stint of With Pawtucket this year: 5-3, 2 SV, 5 SVO, 2.18 ERA (10 ER/41.1 IP), 18 BB, 34 SO,.219 AVG (32- for-146)...had at least 1 SO in 20 of his 25 appearances and held opponents to a.171 AVG (6-for-35) with RISPt...Only 3 of his 16 inherited runners scored. 32-CRAIG BRESLOW, LHP SV 2.54 ERA vs. ALL:.261 (38-149), 2 HR vs. RHB:.233 (20-86), 1 HR vs. LHB:.286 (18-63), 1 HR WHIP: 1.26 Threw a scoreless 12th & 13th Wed. night vs. SEA...Was his 4th straight scoreless app (5.0 IP)...In that span opponents are (.063, 1-for-16, with 2 BB and HB). 29 of his 37 apps in 2013 have been scoreless (has made 10 perfect apps)...allowed 3 ER in 0.2 IP, 6/19 vs. TB; has a 1.93 ERA (8 ER/37.1 IP) in other 36 games. Has appeared in a team-high 37 games (T-4th most in AL) since 5/6 activation from DL...Began season on the 15-day disabled list with left shoulder tendinitis. Is 2-1, 1.00 ERA (2 ER/18.0 IP) in 16 road games this season and 1-1, 3.98 ERA (9 ER/20.1 IP) in 21 games at Fenway. 66-DRAKE BRITTON, LHP SV 0.00 ERA vs. ALL:.208 (5-24), 0 HR vs. RHB:.100 (1-10), 0 HR vs. LHB:.286 (4-14), 0 HR WHIP: 0.75 Earned his 1st ML win Wed. night vs. SEA...Tied his career highs in IP (2.0) and SO (2) for the 2nd straight night...threw a scoreless 14th and 15th (3 H, 2 SO) in the Sox 15-inning walk-off win...has made 6 scoreless appearances (8.0 IP) to begin his ML career. Has yet to allow an XBH with BOS (5 hits, all singles). Made his ML debut on 7/20 vs. NYY...Was recalled from Triple-A Pawtucket on 7/14...Is the 1st ML stint of his career. Began the season with Double-A Portland where he was an Eastern League All-Star: 7-6, 3.51 ERA (38 ER/97.1 IP), 36 BB, and 80 SO in 17 games (16 starts)... Was promoted to Pawtucket on 7/5 and made his Triple-A debut on 7/9 at Lehigh Valley (L, 5.1 IP, 5 ER) - his only appearance for the PawSox in 13. Went 4-2, 2.32 ERA (13 ER/50.1 IP) over his last 8 starts at Double-A...Had a season-best 22.2 inning scoreless streak from, 5/30-6/ JUNICHI TAZAWA, RHP SV 3.11 ERA vs. ALL:.274 (49-179), 7 HR vs. RHB:.279 (24-86), 3 HR vs. LHB:.269 (25-93), 4 HR WHIP: 1.23 Allowed a game-tying HR (Seager) Wed. night in the 8th inning vs. SEA (1.0 IP, 2 H, HR, SO)...Was his 5th BS of the season. Has set single-season career-highs this year in appearances (48, T-12th among AL relievers) and wins (4, T-6th)...Prev. career highs were 37 G in 12, 2 W in 09. Ranks 2nd among all AL relievers in SO/BB ratio (6.4) and is T-8th in holds (17). His 1.6 BB/9.0 IP rate ranks 5th among AL relievers...just 8 BB issued in 48 games (46.1 IP) this year and just 8 in 59 games (56.0 IP) dating back to 9/11/ MATT THORNTON, LHP SV 3.63 ERA vs. ALL:.264 (34-129), 4 HR vs. RHB:.317 (20-63), 1 HR vs. LHB:.212 (14-66), 3 HR WHIP: 1.33 Worked out of a jam and threw a scoreless 11th inning Wed. night vs. SEA...Was his 3rd straight scoreless appearance (3.0 IP). Since joining BOS on 7/12: 0-1, 0 SVO, 2.70 ERA (2 ER/6.2 IP) with 2 BB, 5 SO in 8 games. Ranks T-4th among all AL relievers this season in holds (19), 2nd among AL lefties (TB s Jake McGee, 20)...Is T-12th in games (48). 36 of his 48 appearances this season have been scoreless, including 6 of his 8 for BOS...Has allowed multiple runs in just 3 of his 48 games (none with BOS). Acquired by BOS on 7/12 along with cash considerations in exhcange for minor league OF Brandon Jacobs...Made his BOS debut on 7/14 at OAK. 19-KOJI UEHARA, RHP SV 1.46 ERA vs. ALL:.150 (26-173), 5 HR vs. RHB:.203 (16-79), 4 HR vs. LHB:.106 (10-94), 1 HR WHIP: 0.72 Threw 2.0 perfect innings of relief Wed. night vs. SEA (2.0 IP, 3 SO) - his 10th straight scoreless appearance (12.0 IP)...Did not allowed an ER in any of his 14 appearances in July (15.1 IP)...Issued 1 BB and had 21 SO in that span with a.098 opp. AVG (5-for-51). Of the last 37 batters he has faced (in last 11 apps), only 3 have reached base...over his last 24 games (since 6/10): 2-0, 8 SV, 10 SVO, 0.36 ERA (2 R, 1 ER/25.0 IP), 2 BB, 36 SO,.096 opp. AVG (8-for-83). In save situations this season: 1-0, 9 SV, 12 SVO, 1.59 ERA (2 ER/11.1 IP), 0 BB, 19 SO,.146 AVG (6-for-41)...All 9 of his saves have been perfect appearances. 43 of 50 apps this year have been scoreless...among AL relievers: 1st in SO/BB ratio (8.8), 2nd in SO (70), opp. AVG (.150), 3rd in ERA (1.46), BB/9.0 IP (1.5), T-4th in games (50), and 8th in SO/9.0 IP (12.8). 35-STEVEN WRIGHT, RHP SV 3.65 ERA vs. ALL:.244 (11-45), 0 HR vs. RHB:.100 (1-10), 0 HR vs. LHB:.286 (10-35), 0 HR WHIP: 1.46 Recalled yesterday for 3rd stint with BOS this year...earned the win last night with 3.0 scoreless innings of relief vs. SEA (2 H, BB, 2 SO). Has earned his 1st 2 ML wins in his last 2 ML outings, including a career-high 5.2 scoreless frames in his 2nd ML appearance on 7/11 at SEA...Was the 2nd BOS pitcher to throw at least 5.2 scoreless innings of relief since 2000 (Justin Germano IP, 7/7/12 against NYY - G1). In his last ML 2 games, became the 1st Red Sox pitcher to win in back-to-back relief outings of at least 3.0 scoreless innings since Bob Stanley in from 5/6-9/82. Has spent most of the season with Triple-A Pawtucket, going 5-6, 3.89 ERA (46 ER/106.1 IP), 55 BB, 81 SO,.258 opp. AVG ( ) in 19 games/starts. Made his ML debut in relief with the Red Sox earlier this year on 4/23 vs. OAK (3.2 IP, 6 H, 5 ER, 4 BB, 4 SO)...Game was a 13-0 Sox loss in the rain VS. ARI CAREER VS. ARI CAREER AT FENWAY PARK PLAYER W-L-SV ERA G/GS IP H ER W-L-SV ERA G/GS IP H ER W-L-SV ERA G/GS IP H ER Beato / / / Breslow / / / Britton / / / Dempster / / / Doubront / / / Lackey / / / Lester / / / Peavy / / / Tazawa / / / Thornton / / / Uehara / / / Wright / / /

6 Red Sox Game Notes Page REGULAR SEASON DAY-BY-DAY DAILY HOME ATT. ROAD ATT. GM# DATE D/N OPPONENT SCORE REC. POS. GA/GB WINNING PITCHER LOSING PITCHER SAVE ATT. NO. TOTAL NO TOTAL 1 4/1 D at NY Yankees W st +0.5 LESTER (1-0) Sabathia (0-1) 49,514* 1 49,514 4/2 Off Day T-1st /3 N at NY Yankees W st +1.0 BUCHHOLZ (1-0) Kuroda (0-1) HANRAHAN (1) 40, , /4 N at NY Yankees L T-1st +1.0 Pettitte (1-0) DEMPSTER (0-1) Rivera (1) 40, , /5 N at Toronto W T-1st +1.0 TAZAWA (1-0) Rogers (0-1) HANRAHAN (2) 45, , /6 D at Toronto L T-1st +1.0 Happ (1-0) LACKEY (0-1) 45, , /7 D at Toronto W st +1.0 LESTER (2-0) Dickey (0-2) 41, , /8 D BALTIMORE W st +2.0 BUCHHOLZ (2-0) Chen (0-1) HANRAHAN (3) 37,008* 1 37,008 4/9 OFF DAY 5-2 1st /10 N BALTIMORE L st +1.0 O Day (1-0) HANRAHAN (0-1) Johnson (3) 30, , /11 N BALTIMORE L T-1st +0.5 Matusz (1-0) MORTENSEN (0-1) Johnson (4) 27, ,574 4/12 N TAMPA BAY 5-4 T-1st +0.5 PPD (Rain) 10 4/13 D TAMPA BAY W2-1(10) 6-4 1st +0.5 TAZAWA (2-0) Gomes (0-1) 33, , /14 D TAMPA BAY W st +1.0 BUCHHOLZ (3-0) Cobb (1-1) 35, , /15 D TAMPA BAY W st +1.5 BAILEY (1-0) Peralta (0-1) 37,449* 6 201, /16 N at Cleveland W st +1.5 DOUBRONT (1-0) Jimenez (0-1) 9, , /17 N at Cleveland W st +1.5 ACEVES (1-0) Masterson (3-1) Bailey (1) 10, , /18 N at Cleveland W st +2.5 LESTER (3-0) McAllister (1-2) BAILEY (2) 12, ,995 4/19 N KANSAS CITY st +2.0 PPD 16 4/20 D KANSAS CITY W st +2.0 BUCHHOLZ (4-0) Herrera (1-2) BAILEY (3) 35, , /21 D KANSAS CITY L Santana (2-1) DEMPSTER (0-2) Holland (4) 31, , /21 N KANSAS CITY L4-5(10) st +1.5 Herrera (2-2) Miller (1) Holland (5) 33, , /22 N OAKLAND W st +2.0 DOUBRONT (2-0) Griffin (2-1) BAILEY (4) 28, , /23 N OAKLAND L st +1.0 Colon (3-0) ACEVES (1-1) 29, , /24 D OAKLAND W st +2.0 LESTER (4-0) Anderson (1-4) BAILEY (5) 29, , /25 N HOUSTON W st +2.0 BUCHHOLZ (5-0) Humber (0-5) 30, , /26 N HOUSTON W st +2.0 DEMPSTER (1-2) Bedard (0-2) 29, , /27 N HOUSTON W st +2.0 DOUBRONT (3-0) Peacock (1-3) 34, , /28 D HOUSTON W st +2.5 LACKEY (1-1) Norris (3-3) 36,527* ,029 4/29 OFF DAY st /30 N at Toronto L st +2.0 Delabar (2-1) TAZAWA (2-1) Janssen (7) 22, , /1 N at Toronto W st +2.0 BUCHHOLZ (6-0) Buehrle (1-2) 21, , /2 N at Toronto W st +2.5 DEMPSTER (2-2) Happ (2-2) HANRAHAN (4) 25, , /3 N at Texas L st +2.5 Holland (2-2) DOUBRONT (3-1) 42, , /4 N at Texas L st +1.5 Ogando (3-2) LACKEY (1-2) 47, , /5 D at Texas L st +1.5 Nathan (1-0) MORTENSEN (0-2) 46, , /6 N MINNESOTA W6-5(11) st +2.0 MORTENSEN (1-2) Burton (0-1) 31, , /7 N MINNESOTA L st +1.0 Diamond (3-2) DEMPSTER (2-3) 30, , /8 N MINNESOTA L T-1st +1.0 Pressly (1-0) WEBSTER (0-1) 29, , /9 N MINNESOTA L T-2nd --- Correia (4-2) LACKEY (1-3) Perkins (8) 31, , /10 N TORONTO W T-2nd --- LESTER (5-0) Ortiz (0-5) 33, , /11 D TORONTO L T-2nd -1.0 Oliver (2-1) TAZAWA (2-2) Janssen (10) 36,543* , /12 D TORONTO L rd -2.0 Jenkins (1-0) DEMPSTER (2-4) 35, ,887 5/13 OFF DAY rd /14 N at Tampa Bay L rd -3.0 Moore (7-0) LACKEY (1-4) Rodney (7) 15, , /15 N at Tampa Bay W T-2nd -2.0 LESTER (6-0) Price (1-4) 15, , /16 N at Tampa Bay W nd -1.0 TAZAWA (3-2) Rodney (1-2) 16, , /17 N at Minnesota W3-2 (10) nd -1.0 WILSON (1-0) Roenicke (1-1) UEHARA (1) 30, , /18 N at Minnesota W nd -1.0 BRESLOW (1-0) Diamond (3-4) 36, , /19 D at Minnesota W nd -0.5 LACKEY (2-4) Hernandez (2-1) 33, , /20 N at Chi White Sox L nd -1.5 Axelrod (2-3) LESTER (6-1) Reed (15) 21, , /21 N at Chi White Sox L nd -1.5 Quintana (3-1) DOUBRONT (3-2) Reed (16) 21, , /22 N at Chi White Sox W nd -0.5 BUCHHOLZ (7-0) Santiago (1-3) 21, , /23 N CLEVELAND L nd -1.0 McAllister (4-3) DEMPSTER (2-5) 35, , /24 N CLEVELAND W nd -1.0 LACKEY (3-4) Masterson (7-3) 34, , /25 D CLEVELAND W nd -1.0 TAZAWA (4-2) Pestano (1-1) BAILEY (6) 36,504* , /26 D CLEVELAND W nd --- BRESLOW (2-0) Perez (2-1) 37,046* , /27 N PHILADELPHIA W st +1.0 ACEVES (2-1) Cloyd (1-1) 33, , /28 N PHILADELPHIA L st +1.0 Lee (6-2) DEMPSTER (2-6) Papelbon (10) 33, , /29 N at Philadelphia L st +1.0 Kendrick (5-3) LACKEY (3-5) Papelbon (11) 38, , /30 N at Philadelphia W st +2.0 MORALES (1-0) Pettibone (3-1) 40, , /31 N at NY Yankees L st +1.0 Sabathia (5-4) LESTER (6-2) Rivera (19) 45, , /1 N at NY Yankees W st +2.0 DOUBRONT (4-2) Hughes (2-4) 48,784* , /2 N at NY Yankees W st +2.5 BUCHHOLZ (8-0) Kuroda (6-4) 43, ,515 6/3 Off Day st /4 N TEXAS W st +2.5 DEMPSTER (3-6) Grimm (5-4) 32, , /5 N TEXAS L st +1.5 Cotts (1-0) BRESLOW (2-1) 33, ,023, /6 N TEXAS W st +1.5 BAILEY (2-0) Kirkman (0-2) 35, ,058,538 6/7 N LA ANGELS st +2.0 PPD (Rain) 62 6/8 D LA ANGELS L st +1.5 Hanson (3-2) DOUBRONT (4-3) Frieri (14) 34, ,093, /8 N LA ANGELS W BUCHHOLZ (9-0) Wilson (4-5) 36, ,129, /9 D LA ANGELS W st +1.5 DEMPSTER (4-6) Blanton (1-10) 37,054* 35 1,166, /10 N at Tampa Bay W10-8 (14) st +2.0 MORALES (2-0) Ramos (1-2) 15, , /11 N at Tampa Bay L st +2.0 Hernandez (4-6) LESTER (6-3) 16, , /12 N at Tampa Bay W st +3.0 ACEVES (3-1) Archer (1-2) BAILEY (7) 15, , /13 N at Baltimore L4-5 (13) st +2.5 McFarland (1-0) WILSON (1-1) 20, , /14 N at Baltimore L st +1.5 Tillman (7-2) DEMPSTER (4-7) Johnson (24) 39, ,036, /15 D at Baltimore W st +2.5 LACKEY (4-5) Garcia (3-4) BAILEY (8) 42, ,078, /16 D at Baltimore L st +1.5 Gonzalez (5-2) LESTER (6-4) Johnson (25) 41, ,119,942 6/17 Off Day st /18 D TAMPA BAY W ACEVES (4-1) Archer (1-3) 33, ,200, /18 N TAMPA BAY W st +2.5 BAILEY (3-0) Peralta (1-3) 32, ,232, /19 N TAMPA BAY L st +1.5 Hellickson (5-3) DEMPSTER (4-8) 35, ,267, /20 N at Detroit L st +1.0 Smyly (3-0) BAILEY (3-1) 36, ,156, /21 N at Detroit W st +2.0 LESTER (7-4) Fister (6-5) 41,126* 38 1,198, /22 N at Detroit L st +2.0 Scherzer (11-0) WEBSTER (0-2) 42,508* 39 1,240, /23 D at Detroit L st +2.0 Benoit (2-0) MILLER (0-2) 41,507* 40 1,282,022 6/24 Off Day st /25 N COLORADO W st +2.5 DEMPSTER (5-8) Nicasio (4-4) 36, ,304, /26 D COLORADO W st +3.5 LACKEY (5-5) Oswalt (0-2) UEHARA (2) 34, ,338, /27 N TORONTO W st +3.5 LESTER (3) Wang (1-1) UEHARA (3) 34, ,373, /28 N TORONTO W st +3.5 MILLER (1-2) Wagner (1-2) UEHARA (4) 36, ,409, /29 D TORONTO L st +2.5 Delabar (5-1) TAZAWA (4-3) 37,437* 43 1,447, /30 D TORONTO W st +2.5 UEHARA (1-0) Perez (1-1) 37,425* 44 1,484,818 7/1 OFF DAY st /2 N SAN DIEGO W st +3.5 LACKEY (6-5) Erlin (1-1) UEHARA (5) 36, ,521, /3 N SAN DIEGO W st +3.5 UEHARA (2-0) Gregerson (4-4) 36,911* 46 1,558, /4 D SAN DIEGO W st +4.5 WEBSTER (1-2) Stults (6-7) 37,607* 47 1,595, /5 N at LA Angels W st +5.5 DOUBRONT (5-3) Wilson (8-6) 37, ,319, /6 N at LA Angels L7-9 (11) st +5.0 De La Rosa (4-1) BRESLOW (2-2) 36, ,355, /7 D at LA Angels L st +4.5 Weaver (3-4) LACKEY (6-6) Frieri (22) 39, ,394, /8 N at Seattle L st +3.5 Hernandez (9-4) LESTER (8-5) 21, ,416, /9 N at Seattle W st +3.5 BRESLOW (3-2) Beavan (0-2) UEHARA (6) 21, ,437, /10 N at Seattle W st +3.5 DOUBRONT (6-3) Harang (4-8) 20, ,457, /11 D at Seattle W8-7 (10) st +3.5 WRIGHT (1-0) Wilhelmsen (0-3) UEHARA (7) 25, ,482, /12 N at Oakland W st +4.5 LACKEY (7-6) Doolittle (3-3) UEHARA (8) 27, ,510, /13 N at Oakland L st +3.5 Griffin (8-6) LESTER (8-6) Balfour (25) 36, ,546, /14 D at Oakland L2-3 (11) st +2.5 Thornton (0-4) Cook (2-2) 31, ,577,561 7/15 ALL-STAR BREAK 7/16 ALL-STAR BREAK 7/17 ALL-STAR BREAK 7/18 OFF DAY 98 7/19 N NY YANKEES W st +2.5 DOUBRONT (7-3) Pettitte (7-7) UEHARA (9) 38,130* 51 1,633, /20 D NY YANKEES L st +1.5 Kuroda (9-6) LACKEY (7-7) Rivera (31) 37,601* 52 1,671, /21 N NY YANKEES W8-7 (11) st +1.5 BEATO (1-0) Warren (1-1) 38,138* 53 1,709, /22 N TAMPA BAY L st +0.5 Moore (14-3) WORKMAN (0-1) 35, ,744, /23 N TAMPA BAY W st +1.5 LESTER (9-6) Hernandez (5-11) 34, ,779, /24 N TAMPA BAY L st +0.5 Price (5-5) DOUBRONT (7-4) 36, ,815,842 7/25 N TAMPA BAY st +0.5 PPD (rain) * Sellout