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5 key moments from Tuesday's Red Sox-Rays ALDS Game 4

After Jose Lobaton's walk-off homer to end Game 3 of the ALDS on Monday, things looked promising for the Rays. But for both teams, offense proved hard to come by on Tuesday night.

Joe Maddon used nine, yes, NINE pitchers over nine innings. Jamey Wright helped induce this double play to halt a Boston rally in the second and Sox batters would go scoreless for the next four innings:

Rays, DP

Jake Peavy was also brilliant. Helped by defense like this in the fourth, the Red Sox righty went 5 1/3 innings without giving up a run:


That is, until David DeJesus put his team up 1-0 with this one-out single in the top of the sixth.

DeJesus single

But Boston tied things up the next inning when this wild pitch got away from Jose Lobaton:

wild pitch

And then took the lead on Shane Victorino's infield single:

victorino single

All this made Jonny Gomes ... happy?

Gomes, celebrates

The Sox made it 3-1 on a Dustin Pedroia ninth-inning sac fly, and Koji Uehara recorded the four-out save -- sending his team to their first ALCS in five years:

Boston will face the winner of the Tigers-A's series on Saturday.


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