The Boston Red Sox held it down, 4-3, for their second consecutive walk-off win against the Chicago White Sox on Thursday.
This time, Mike Carp provided some pinch-hitting heroics.
White Sox starting pitcher Jose Quintana no-hit the Red Sox through five innings at Fenway Park before Boston broke through for three runs. And the Red Sox held on to a 3-1 lead, until closer Koji Uehara uncharacteristically blew the save by giving up a two-run homer to Conor Gillaspie in the ninth.
It only took one extra inning for the Red Sox to finish it off, though, as Carp scored Daniel Nava on a one-out RBI single in the 10th.
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