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Barry Chin/Globe Staff
The Red Sox hosted the Cleveland Indians Friday night.
Cleveland started Justin Masterson in the second game of a weekend series against the Sox.
A fan missed the chance for a souvenir home run ball hit by the Indians' Carlos Santana (not pictured) in the second inning.
David Ortiz raced to the plate in an attempt to score from second base.
The designated hitter was not able to make it in time and was dead at the plate.
Lackey pitched into the seventh inning.
He held his glove to his mouth in an effort to stifle a yell after ball four was called, issuing a two-out walk to Yan Gomes (not pictured) in the sixth.
A.J. Pierzynski got things going for the Sox with a two-run double.
Masterson wasn't as sharp as he was in his last start against the Sox in Cleveland.
Mike Napoli's opposite-field two-run double in the third inning gave the Red Sox a 5-3 lead.
Xander Bogaerts and Dustin Pedroia scored on Napoli's double.
Lackey reacted after the baserunner was ruled safe on a close play at first in the fifth inning.
He clapped his glove after getting Santana (not pictured) to fly out to right field to end the sixth.
Lackey has given up three runs or fewer in each of his past five starts, and his 3.24 ERA is the best among Sox starters.
He was greeted with cheers from the fans and fist bumps from teammates as he left the game.
Just like old times, but different teams, Indians manager Terry Francona and bench coach Brad Mills stood in the dugout.
Brock Holt scored the second run on a two-run double by Pedroia (not pictured) in the seventh.
Pedroia was congratulated at home plate by Daniel Nava as he scored on a single by Ortiz (not pictured).
Bogaerts connected for a home run in the eighth inning.
The shortstop looked skyward as he crossed home plate after hitting the homer that ended his 0-for-19 slump.
Ortiz greeted Bogaerts with a hug in the dugout.
Burke Badenhop was pumped up after closing out the game. The Red Sox took a 10-3 win over the Indians.
The Sox have won four of their last six games and at 31-36 may yet be able to regain some viability in the division.
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