Red Sox’s Bullpen Looks To Continue Hot Streak In Series Finale Vs. Rays

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Despite falling 2-1 to the Tampa Bay Rays on Saturday at Fenway Park, the Red Sox have a bright spot to look toward in the bullpen.

Boston’s relief pitchers have allowed just one hit in their two games, while giving up no runs over the six-inning span. The bullpen also has not allowed a home run to their last 81 batters faced. With the starting rotation still searching for consistency, a strong set of relievers is all the more important.

For more on the bullpen’s recent stretch, check out the “Red Sox Gameday Live” video above, presented by DCU.

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