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Disappointing finish to successful road trip as Red Sox ready for 7-game homestand

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PHILADELPHIA — An overturned call after replay and a power display from catcher Wilson Ramos helped the Phillies come from behind to beat the Red Sox, 7-4, on Wednesday night and gain a split of this short two-game series.

The Phillies had a pair of three-run outbursts, in the fourth and seventh innings, the first of which laid the groundwork to chase starter Nathan Eovaldi and the second helped Philadelphia build on a 4-3 lead. Ramos roped a two-run double in the fourth, added a triple and a run in the sixth, and blasted a two-run double to the gap in right-center off reliever Drew Pomeranz to highlight a three-run seventh.

“Drew threw two breaking balls to (Ramos) and in that spot, with a lefty behind him, you have to bury that pitch," Alex Cora said. "He wasn’t