Jon Lester, the leader of the Red Sox staff and the expected Opening Day starter, threw six perfect innings Sunday afternoon at JetBlue Park in a 5-1 win over the Rays. A capacity St. Patrick's Day crowd of 9,626 surely would have liked to have seen Lester go farther after history - he left after 79 pitches and six strikeouts -- but a perfect game in March isn't worth the risk of a hurting arm in April.Jonny Gomes went 3-for-3 and drove four of the Sox's runs. Anthony Carter and Joel Hanrahan kept the perfecto going in the seventh and eighth. The Sox carried the perfect game all the way until one out in the ninth, when Jason Bourgeois hit an infield single off Marco Duarte. Cole Figueroa then got Tampa Bay on the scoreboard with a ground-rule double to right field.In 20 Grapefruit...

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