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Lackey comes up big for Red Sox
And Lackey continues to come through.
Michael Cuddyer, who extended his hitting streak to a career-high 23 games to tie Colorado hitting coach Dante Bichette’s club record, hit two solo homers for the Rockies, who have lost seven of their past nine games to fall back under .500.
Koji Uehara, the closer with Andrew Bailey struggling, pitched a perfect ninth (Boston’s 14th and 15th strikeouts of the game) for his second save.
After the Rockies scored in the first on the first of two Carlos Gonzalez hits, a stolen base and two-out single by Wilin Rosario, the Red Sox scored three times in the bottom of the inning.
In the third, Victorino and Dustin Pedroia opened with singles and Ortiz walked. Mike Napoli (7-for-12 with 20 RBIs with the bases loaded this year) singled home one run and Nava brought in the second one with a sacrifice fly.
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