Red Sox Weekly Recap (Week 12)

Amanda BrunoCorrespondent IJune 28, 2009

ATLANTA - JUNE 27:  David Ortiz #34 of the Boston Red Sox smiles after earning a walk against the Atlanta Braves at Turner Field on June 27, 2009 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

It's been all about pitching this week as Josh Beckett and Tim Wakefield earned their ninth and 10th wins respectively against the Atlanta Braves. Jon Lester evened out his record to 6-6, looking more like his dominating self.

On the power side, David Ortiz hit three home runs this week, and no one will forget Nick Green's "amazingness" wrapping the ball around Pesky's Pole for the walk-off home run on Father's Day to beat the Braves a week ago.
The Boston Red Sox look to sweep the Braves this afternoon to wrap up interleague play for the season. Boston is 11-8 so far in interleague action. 
Sunday June 21 - Saturday June 27
Week record: 5-1
Overall record: 46-28
AL East standing: 1st, 4.0 games ahead of New York
Runs scored: 31
Opponents' runs scored: 22
Home runs: 7; David Ortiz (3), Nick Green (1), Jason Bay (1), Jason Varitek (1), Rocco Baldelli (1)
Games left: 88
Weeks left: 15
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