- 2B:D Pedroia (16, F Hernandez)
- HR:D Ortiz (12, 4th inning off F Hernandez 0 on, 2 Out)
- RBI:D Ortiz (40), D Pedroia (27), M Ramirez (31), M Lowell (20), J Varitek (19)
- 2Out RBI:D Ortiz, D Pedroia, M Ramirez, M Lowell, J Varitek
- GIDP:M Lowell; D Pedroia
- Team LOB:7
- E:J Papelbon (1, throw)
- 2B:K Johjima (7, B Colon)
- RBI:R Ibanez (32), I Suzuki (14)
- 2Out RBI:I Suzuki
- SH:J Vidro
- Team LOB:8
- DP:2 (J Lopez-Y Betancourt-R Sexson, A Beltre-M Cairo)
|4th||D Ortiz homered to center.||1||0|
|6th||R Ibanez grounded out to second, I Suzuki scored, J Lopez to third.||1||1|
|8th||D Pedroia hit a ground rule double to deep left, J Lugo scored.||2||1|
|8th||M Ramirez singled to deep right, D Pedroia scored, D Ortiz to third.||3||1|
|8th||M Lowell reached on infield single to third, D Ortiz scored, M Ramirez to second.||4||1|
|8th||J Varitek walked, M Ramirez scored, M Lowell to third, J Drew to second.||5||1|
|9th||I Suzuki singled to center, M Cairo scored, K Johjima to third.||5||2|
|9th||K Johjima scored, I Suzuki to third on wild pitch by J Papelbon.||5||3|
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