The Red Sox scored runs in the last five innings Monday to pull off a win against the White Sox at Fenway Park.

MLB wrap: Late rally lifts Red Sox to win over White Sox


The Red Sox scored runs in the last five innings Monday to pull off a win against the White Sox at Fenway Park.

The White Sox took an early lead but it was the Red Sox who came away with a 6-5 victory, moving to 43-37 on the season.

Eduardo Núñez started the late scoring with an RBI single in the fifth and added another in the eighth. Michael Chavis, Mookie Betts and Marco Hernández all drove in runs, as well. 

Hernández knocked in the walk-off run with two outs and the bases loaded. He reached on an infield single that brought home Andrew Benintendi.

Red Sox starter Eduardo Rodriguez allowed five runs over 6 1/3 innings. 

Studs of the Night

DJ LeMahieu was a perfect 4 for 4 at the plate in the Yankees' 10-8 win over the Blue Jays. 

The Cubs scored seven of their eight runs in the first five innings against the Braves. Chicago ended up winning 8-3

Dud of the Night

Steven Matz didn't have a great night. The Mets lefty gave up 10 hits and seven earned runs in 4 1/3 innings against the Phillies. New York fell 13-7.

Highlight

Giancarlo Stanton hit his first home run of the season. Welcome back, indeed.

What's Next?

Pirates (36-40) at Astros (49-30), 8:10 p.m. ET — The Astros remain in control of the American League West but they have struggled lately losing seven of their last eight games. Houston hopes to get back on track when it hosts Pittsburgh. The Pirates will start Trevor Williams (2-1, 4.12 ERA) while the Astros will counter with Gerrit Cole (6-5, 3.54 ERA).

 



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