Felix Doubront tossed seven shutout innings Sunday afternoon at Fenway, recording his 15th straight start allowing three earned runs or fewer.
That record is now the longest streak by any Red Sox pitcher since Pedro Martinez in 2002, and the most by a Red Sox left-hander since 1920. The southpaw cruised through seven innings against the Diamondbacks, striking out five and allowing just five hits.
Check out the above video to hear Doubront talk about the keys to his consistency, as well as his surprise when he finds out it’s manager John Farrell‘s birthday today.
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