Clay Buchholz threw three scoreless innings (giving up just two hits & striking out four), Dustin Pedroia laced a two-run double, and Mike Napoli crushed a three-run homer to help the Red Sox take a 12-5 win over the Twins on Thursday. Pedroia’s double and Napoli’s homer both came against Twins reliever Caleb Thielbar in Boston’s five-run fifth inning .It gave Boston an early eight-run lead, as the Red Sox also scored three times against Twins starter Kevin Correia. Stephen Drew brought home the first run with an RBI single after Correia made a throwing error on an errant pickoff throw with one out in the opening frame.Correia wasn’t helped by his defense in the second inning, as Joe Benson lost a fly ball in the sun that ended up dropping in for an RBI double for Drew Sutton. The Red...

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