Rays chain 10th win to start season

The Tampa Bay Rays became the first major league team since the 1987 Brewers to open the season with 10 straight wins on Brandon Lowe’s solo home run in the eighth inning to beat the Sox 1-0 on Monday. Boston Reds.

The 1987 Brewers and 1982 Atlanta Braves share the major league record for best start to a season of 13-0.

In a duel between two of the leading scorers in the American League, the pitchers and defense prevailed. It was the Rays’ first win with fewer than four runs this season and fell one win shy of the record held by the 1939 New York Yankees, the most recent team to win 10 with at least four runs.

Tampa Bay starter Jalen Beeks allowed one hit in two innings and Josh Fleming allowed one in the next four.

For the Red Sox, Puerto Rican Enrique Hernández 3-0. Dominicans Rafael Devers 4-0, Raimel Tapia 1-0.

For the Rays, Cubans Yandy Díaz 3-1, Randy Arozarena 4-1. The Dominican Wander Franco 4-0. Colombian Harold Ramírez 3-0. The Mexican Isaac Paredes 3-1.

The Tampa Bay Rays became the first major league team since the 1987 Brewers to open the season with 10 straight wins on Brandon Lowe’s solo home run in the eighth inning to beat the Sox 1-0 on Monday. Boston Reds.

The 1987 Brewers and 1982 Atlanta Braves share the major league record for best start to a season of 13-0.

In a duel between two of the leading scorers in the American League, the pitchers and defense prevailed. It was the Rays’ first win with fewer than four runs this season and fell one win shy of the record held by the 1939 New York Yankees, the most recent team to win 10 with at least four runs.

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Tampa Bay starter Jalen Beeks allowed one hit in two innings and Josh Fleming allowed one in the next four.

For the Red Sox, Puerto Rican Enrique Hernández 3-0. Dominicans Rafael Devers 4-0, Raimel Tapia 1-0.

For the Rays, Cubans Yandy Díaz 3-1, Randy Arozarena 4-1. The Dominican Wander Franco 4-0. Colombian Harold Ramírez 3-0. The Mexican Isaac Paredes 3-1.

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