The Boston Red Sox claimed a series win over the Detroit Tigers with a 6-3 win in the finale at Fenway Park on Sunday.

With the win, the Red Sox improved to 62-56 while the Tigers fell to 53-65.

You can check out the full box score here.

Eduardo Rodriguez made his return to the mound at Fenway Park for the first time since signing a big-money free-agent deal with Detroit following the 2021 season.

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The southpaw looked strong early with a pair of strikeouts in the first inning and eight total on the afternoon.

Boston scored its first run off Rodriguez in the second inning when Connor Wong tripled to plate Triston Casas.

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The second time through the order, however, the Red Sox made adjustments with loud contact. With the game tied at one, Justin Turner launched his second home run in as many days.

Adam Duvall also stepped up as a run-producer in the series finale, sneaking an RBI single to left field in the third before lifting a three-run homer over the Green Monster off of Rodriguez to put Boston in front 6-2 in the fifth inning.

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With the series win on the line, Boston’s lineup took advantage with hard contact throughout the afternoon.

— Trevor Story made an impact in every facet of the game as part of a four-hit performance with a pair of stolen bases and three doubles.

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— Turner’s solo home run was his 19th of the season.

— Duvall drove in four total runs on the afternoon.

Turner entered Sunday’s contest at +450 to hit a home run, per FanDuel Sportsbook. With his homer in the third inning, a $100 wager placed on Turner cashed for a $550 total payout.

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The Red Sox hit the road to start a three-game series with the Washington Nationals on Tuesday night. First pitch is scheduled for 7:05 p.m. ET, and you can watch the game, plus an hour of pregame coverage, on NESN.

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