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Game 67 preview: Indians at Red Sox

Here are the lineups:

RED SOX (30-36)INDIANS (33-34)
Holt LFBourn CF
Bogaerts 3BCabrera SS
Pedroia 2BBrantley LF
Ortiz DHKipnis 2B
Napoli 1BChisenhall 3B
Nava RFMurphy RF
Pierzynski CGomes C
Herrera SSSantana 1B
Bradley Jr. CFRaburn DH
Pitching: RHP John Lackey (7-4, 3.18).Pitching: RHP Justin Masterson (4-4, 4.61).

Game time: 7:10 p.m.

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TV/Radio: NESN / WEEI.

Red Sox vs. Masterson: Pierzynski 14-38, Napoli 6-21, Pedroia 5-21, Ortiz 5-17, Drew 1-12, Nava 3-6, Sizemore 0-7, Gomes 0-4, Bogaerts 1-, Holt 0-3, Ross 0-2, Bradley 0-2

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Indians vs. Lackey: Swisher 11-70, Cabrera 5-27, Murphy 10-22, Kipnis 2-8, Brantley 2-8, Santana 1-7, Bourn 2-6, Chisenhall 1-6, Aviles 0-3, Gomes 0-3.

Stat of the Day: The Sox have won 18 of their last 26 games against Cleveland at Fenway Park.

Notes: The Sox are 16-17 at home but have won six straight at Fenway. … Lackey is 7-8 with a 3.93 ERA in 18 career starts against Cleveland. He faced the Indians on June 2 and allowed three runs on eight hits over eight innings to take the loss. … Masterson, the former Red Sox pitcher, is 4-3, 3.66 in eight appearances against Boston. He dominated the Sox in a June 2 game, throwing seven shutout innings and striking out 10. He allowed only three hits in that game. … Daniel Nava is 9 of 22, albeit without an RBI, since his latest recall from Triple A Pawtucket. … The Red Sox are 50-30-1 all-time in games played on Friday the 13th, winning the last four. … Terry Francona is 4-7 against the Red Sox since joining the Indians. … Bogaerts (0 for his last 16) is back in the lineup after getting a day off.

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Song of the Day: “The Rain Came Down” by Steve Earle.

Peter Abraham can be reached at pabraham@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter @peteabe.
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