Rays' Alex Colome: Blows sixth save against Red Sox
Colome allowed three runs (two earned) on three hits and a walk and only managed two outs in the ninth Friday against the Red Sox for his sixth blown save.
This marks Colome's first blown save since July 27 against the Yankees and the first time he has allowed multiple runs in an inning since July 4 against the Cubs. Colome owns the major league lead in saves with 44, but he has been hittable this year, as he owns a 3.22 ERA after Friday's rough outing.
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