Postgame notes, quotes, boxscore and video of manager Scott Servais discussing his team's 4-0 loss to the Red Sox.
Andrew Moore postgame video
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Quotes from the visitor’s clubhouse … Red Sox manager John Farrell
On Chris Sale’s start: “He’s had a start like today a number of times this year. Coming off a four-game losing streak he stops it right there…he has such great ability when there’s a man in scoring position to reach back to have some in the tank to get a key strikeout and he did that twice after the Segura double. We’re watching one of the better years ever pitched by a Major League pitcher in the American League.”
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|First Pitch: 12:40||Time of Game: 2:53||Temp: 65, W @ 5 MPH||Attendance: 39,797|
WP: Chris Sale (13-4, 2.37) LP: Andrew Moore (1-3, 5.65) SV: Craig Kimbrel (25)
|Rafael Devers (BOS)
Sandy Leon (BOS)
|427 ft, CF
382 ft, RF
Seattle won 2 of 3 from Boston and have won 3 of the last 4 series since the All-Star Break.
Seattle is 8-5 in 13 games since the All-Star Game and 9-5 in the last 14 games overall.
Guillermo Heredia (1×2, 2B, BB, HBP) has hit .429 (6×14) with 3 runs, 2 doubles, 1 home run, and 6 RBI over the last 4 games.
Ben Gamel (2×4) extended his hitting streak to 13 games, his 2nd-longest this year (15 games, June 9-23).
- During streak is hitting.327 (18×55) with 10 runs, 3 doubles, 1 triple, 2 home runs, and 6 RBI
- The 13-game streak is the 2nd-longest active streak in the Majors (Bryce Harper & Jose Altuve, 17).
- He has 4 multi-hit games in his last 6 games since July 21.
Emilio Pagan tossed 1.0 scoreless IP and has 0.47 ERA (1 ER, 19.1 IP) with 20 strikeouts in his last 7 outings.
- Allowed 5 ER in 2.2 innings over his first two appearances of the season.
Andrew Moore worked over 6.0 IP for the third time in his 6 starts.
- Has gone at least 6.0 innings in 5 of 6 starts.
BOSTON RED SOX:
Boston recorded its 5th shutout of the season, it’s 3rd against Seattle this year.
- Also: May 26 & 27 in Boston and today in Seattle.
Chris Sale has not allowed a run since the All-Star break, tossing 20.2 scoreless innings over 3 starts.
- He is 3-1 with a 1.04 ERA (4 ER, 34.2 IP) with 56 strikeouts in 5 July starts.
- Sale has struck out 9+ in all 13 road starts this season.
- Has record 10+ strikeouts in 14 of his 21 total starts.
- Only Red Sox pitcher with more double-digit strikeout games than Sale in a season is Pedro Martinez (19-1999, 15-2000).
- 14 10+ strikeout games is most in MLB single-season since 2002 (Randy Johnson-15, Curt Schilling-14).
Rafael Devers recorded his first Major League hit, a home run in the 3rd inning.
- At 20 years and 275 days old, he’s the youngest Boston player to hit a home run since 1965.
- Tony Conigliaro was the previous youngest in September 1965.
- Youngest player to homer since Carlos Correa (June 23, 2015).
Craig Kimbrel recorded his 25th save of the season, his 7th consecutive season with 25+ saves.
Jackie Bradley, Jr. (2×4, R, 2 2B, 2 K) had multiple doubles in a game for the first time since Sept. 1, 2015…has had 7 games with multiple doubles in his career, with a career-high of 3 (Aug. 15, 2015 vs. SEA).
Sandy Leon (1×4, HR, 2 RBI, K) has hit .301 (40×133) with 18 runs, 8 doubles, 1 triple, 3 home runs, and 16 RBI in July in his career…best marks of any month for Leon in runs, doubles, triples, and RBI.