DETROIT, June 6 (UPI) -- Rolando Arrojo pitched seven scoreless innings Thursday and the Boston Red Sox held on for a 4-3 victory over the Detroit Tigers.
Wakefield pitched a hitless eighth, but Fossum surrendered a three-run homer to Robert Fick in the ninth before Urbina recorded the last two outs of the game for his league-leading 18th save in 19 opportunities.
The Red Sox won the final three games of this four-game series to complete an 8-2 road trip. The starting pitchers were 7-0 with a 3.50 ERA and Boston scored 66 runs on the trip.
After Lowe tossed six scoreless innings in an 11-0 rout on Wednesday, Arrojo (4-1) made it look easy with pinpoint control on Thursday. He struck out five, walked none and threw 64 of his 88 pitches for strikes.
Meanwhile, Detroit's Mark Redman (2-6) yielded four runs and 13 hits in seven innings. He had allowed two earned runs over 26 innings in his previous three starts.
Nomar Garciaparra, who went three for five, doubled home the first run and scored on a two-out single by Jose Offerman in the fourth inning.
The loss was the sixth in seven games for the Tigers. Dmitri Young went none for four, ending an 18-game hitting streak that matched his career best.
It was the team's longest since Juan Encarnacion hit in 19 straight from April 16-May 7, 2000.