Dodgers Bats Too Much for Red Sox
By Eric Xu
The Dodgers and the Red Sox played a good game on Monday. The 1st inning was a close start with Parker Tammaro getting home for the Dodgers. The Red Sox were unable to score any runs this inning. The 2nd inning, the Dodgers kept the lead with Darin Shaw hitting a double. Nitin Munniapan also hit a deep ball, helping the Dodgers score two more
runs. Richie Masterpol easily caught a pop fly ball, getting the third strike out and ending the streak for the Dodgers.
The Dodgers returned the favor when JP Hood caught a pop fly, preventing the Red Sox from scoring. In the 3rd inning, Sebastien Bell hit a double, getting two more Dodgers home. The Red Sox were able to claim a point when Jack Allen hit a double letting the Red Sox get a run. The 4th inning was more favorable for the Red Sox as they fully prevented the Dodgers from getting any runs with a catch and two strikeouts. Red Sox player Grady Sullivan hit a double getting two players home and he later got home himself.
In the 5th inning, Dodgers got two runs from a great hit by Louis Garciano, getting JP Hood and Sebastian Bell home. In the 6th inning, the Dodgers could not get any runs and the Red Sox had better luck. The Red claimed two more runs before the game ended, with the score at 11-7, Dodgers.