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Red Sox beat Twins 9-4

David Ortiz continued to torment his old club, belting two homers for the second straight day, as the Boston Red Sox topped the Minnesota Twins 9-4 at Target Field.
By The Sports Network May 14, 2014 at 11:25 PM

David Ortiz continued to torment his old club, belting two homers for the second straight day, as the Boston Red Sox topped the Minnesota Twins 9-4 at Target Field.

The first blast, a no-doubter into the upper deck in right-center field, was Ortiz's 383rd with the Red Sox, passing Jim Rice for the third-most in team history.

Grady Sizemore and A.J. Pierzynski matched Ortiz with two RBI as Boston evened this three-game series after losing 8-6 Tuesday on Chris Parmelee's walk-off home run.

Felix Doubront (2-3) went 6 1/3 innings for the Red Sox, giving up a run on seven hits with a walk and five strikeouts.

Minnesota starter Kevin Correia (1-5) surrendered five runs and nine hits in just four innings.

[SportsNetwork.com]

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