Red Sox Vs. Rays Final Score: Tampa Holds On To Win 2-1

The Tampa Bay Rays opened up a two-game series with the Boston Red Sox at home on Wednesday evening and took an early 1-0 lead. Carlos Pena scored in the second inning thanks to a balk by Red Sox pitcher Clay Buchholz. The Red Sox quickly tied the game at 1-1 however when Jarrod Saltalamacchia scored on a Daniel Nava single.

The Rays broke the tie a few innings later on a Luke Scott sacrifice fly ball that allowed Matt Joyce to score, giving the Rays the 2-1 lead. Both teams bats struggled to play runs for much of the game, and the Rays held on to pick up the 2-1 win as Fernando Rodney holds tight and picks up the save.

For more news and updates from around the league, be sure to drop by Baseball Nation or the Rays blog DRaysBay. For more on the Red Sox visit SB Nation's Red Sox blog Over The Monster. And for a peak at the analysis behind the numbers, head over to Beyond the Box Score.

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