October 06, 2013
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David Ortiz gave Koji Uehara a lift after Uehara pitched a 1-2-3 ninth inning.
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The Red Sox beat the Rays, 7-4, in Game 2 of the ALDS.
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The crowd erupted after David Ortiz hit his second home run of the evening.
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Relief pitcher Craig Breslow reacted after he got Evan Longoria to ground into a double play to end the top of the seventh.
Jacoby Ellsbury pumped his fist as he scored on a fifth-inning double by Dustin Pedroia (not pictured).
Red Sox manager John Farrell (right) took John Lackey out of the game in the sixth inning.
David DeJesus slid to home plate in the fifth inning.
The Rays scored twice in the fifth.
Wil Myers grinned as the fans gave him a mock cheer after he caught a routine fly ball in the fifth.
The Rays' David DeJesus leaped but was unable to make the play on an RBI triple by Stephen Drew (not pictured) in the fourth.
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The Rays threatened the Red Sox' lead in the fifth inning by scoring two runs.
David Ross (right) was congratulated by fellow catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia after scoring in the third.
Rays starting pitcher David Price checked his cleats as he walked back to the mound.
David Ross hit a leadoff double in the third inning.
The Red Sox held a 4-1 lead over the Rays at the end of the third inning.
The Rays' Ben Zobrist got tangled up with Shane Victorino in the third.
Ellsbury (center) drove in a run in the third inning, adding to the Red Sox' lead.
The ball was safe in the glove of relief pitcher Franklin Morales after David Ortiz hit a home run in the first inning.
Pitcher David Price headed to the dugout after he gave up two runs.
Jacoby Ellsbury scored on a sacrifice fly by Dustin Pedroia in the first inning.
Ortiz's home run put the Red Sox ahead 2-0 at the end of the inning.
Ellsbury stole second base, and a throwing error from the Rays got him to third.
The Rays were unable to score any runs in the first inning. Pictured: Red Sox starting pitcher John Lackey.
Cy Young Award winner Jim Lonborg threw out the ceremonial first pitch.
Red Sox starting pitcher John Lackey warmed up in the outfield before Game 2 of the ALDS against the Rays.
Alderbert Christman showed off Jonny Gomes's autograph on his helmet.
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