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BSJ Game Report: Red Sox 14, Mariners 1- Returning home, Sox keep winning

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All you need to know, in quickie form, about the Red Sox" 14-1 win over the Mariners, complete with BSJ analysis and insight:



Rodriguez keeps rolling: For the sixth straight game, the Red Sox won a start made by Eduardo Rodriguez. In those six starts, Rodriguez has allowed more than three earned runs just once and in that span, he's fashioned a 2.78 ERA and has gone four straight starts without allowing a homer. Rodriguez gave up just five hits -- four of them singles -- and didn't issue a walk until the leadoff man in his final inning of work. He also continued to show some efficiency, getting through seven innings on 103 pitches. "I think that's the first time I've gone seven innings in two years,'' said Rodriguez. "That's something in the back of my mind every time I go out there.'' Alex Cora praised Rodriguez's outing as "great. He was getting people out in the zone, had a good changeup, good fastball command, good cutter. He's been very consistent, and in different ways, too.''

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