Red Sox's Hector Velazquez: Musters 2.2 frames in start
Velazquez threw just 2.2 innings Saturday, allowing two runs on two hits and a walk in the second game of Boston's doubleheader. He didn't factor into the decision.
The Red Sox emulated the division-rival Rays by putting together a bullpen affair in the nightcap, and Velazquez did little to help set things in order. To be fair, he had tossed two innings Thursday and merely needed to eat up a little bit of work to make things easier for the pitching staff.
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