The Rays celebrate from the dugout as Carlos Pena hits a three-run homer. (Elsa/Getty Images)
By Bill Chastain / MLB.com
It took 14 innings, but the Rays won their first series in Boston since 1999 after Carlos Pena crushed a tiebreaking three-run homer in the top of the frame. Jason Hammel, the Rays' eighth pitcher in the contest, nailed down the save after the Red Sox threatened to come back.
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