Boston Red Sox vs. Detroit Tigers Game 3: Live Score and ALCS Highlights
The Red Sox win a classic pitchers' duel between John Lackey and Justin Verlander. Mike Napoli provided the offense with his 7th-inning HR. Boston took care of business on the road and took a 2-1 series lead in the ALCS. Be sure to check back tomorrow as we bring you Game 4!
This Mike Napoli HR was all the offense the Red Sox needed!
The Tigers couldn't get anything going against John Lackey. Detroit totaled 4 hits and 0 runs.
The Red Sox got just enough offense to take care of Justin Verlander and the Tigers. A Mike Napoli HR was all Boston needed.
And that's GAME! The Red Sox take game 3 and lead the ALCS two games to 1!
Jhonny Peralta hits into a 6-4-3 double play. Should he be allowed to participate in the playoffs?— Jesse Spector (@jessespector) October 15, 2013
DOUBLE PLAY! The Red Sox turn two and the Tigers are down to one more out.
Victor appears to have just hurt himself. Hernan Perez is now pinch-running. That said, he would've pinch ran for V-Mart regardless.— James Schmehl (@jamesschmehl) October 15, 2013
Victor Martinez with a lead off single!
This is it for the Tigers. They need to score.
Jim Leyland gets Phil Coke after retiring Big Papi. Al Alburquerque is coming on.
I like to imagine Koji quietly saying "LOL" when he lets the ball go, knowing that the hitters have no chance.— Zachary D. Rymer (@zachrymer) October 15, 2013
Tigers look awful. Cabera and Fielder leave runners at first and third with two Ks.— Nick Cafardo (@nickcafardo) October 15, 2013
Prince Fiedler goes down on 3 pitches! Koji Uehara gets the big strikeout. Red Sox lead 1-0 as we head into the 9th inning.
Fielder 0-for-3 with a strikeout in his career vs. Uehara.— Alden Gonzalez (@Alden_Gonzalez) October 15, 2013
Unless this game goes to extras, that will end a streak of 31 straight postseason games reaching safely for Miggy. Shocking K— Scott Turken (@Turk0219) October 15, 2013
Big strikeout for Tazawa, getting Cabrera to chase a fastball way outside. Looks like it'll be Uehara vs. Fielder.— Alden Gonzalez (@Alden_Gonzalez) October 15, 2013
The Tigers are in business! Torii Hunter delivers a one-out single and moves Jackson to third base. We've got runners on the corners with Miggy up.
Iggy pinch hits (pinch hits?) and strikes out looking.— Pete Abraham (@PeteAbe) October 15, 2013
Justin Verlander escapes the jam after getting Shane Victorino on a soft liner to short.
Verlander is now up to 115 pitches, and he's about to start his fourth trip through the Red Sox batting order. Phil Coke warming.— Brian MacPherson (@brianmacp) October 15, 2013
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