Red Sox Need Extras, Beat Mariners

The Boston Red Sox topped the Seattle Mariners 2-1 in ten innings. Dustin Pedroia's eighth inning homer tied the game. Then, in the tenth, a David Ortiz sac fly scored Ryan Kalish.

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The Red Sox needed extra innings to squeak out a win against the Mariners on Sunday. Mariners starter Jason Vargas pitched eight strong innings giving up just one run on five hits while striking out six. In the top of the eighth, Dustin Pedria blasted a solo home run to tie the game at one. And later in the tenth, Ryan Kalish scored on David Ortiz's sac fly to give the BoSox the 2-1 victory over the M's.