Boston, MA -- Jacoby Ellsbury capped a four-run ninth inning comeback with a two-run double off the Green Monster, and the Boston Red Sox rallied for a 6-5 victory over the Cleveland Indians Sunday at Fenway Park.
The Red Sox manufactured two runs before an ineffective and eventually injured Chris Perez (2-1) loaded the bases for Ellsbury.
Perez had to be taken out in middle of Ellsbury's at-bat and was charged with all four runs on two hits and three walks. Joe Smith surrendered the winning hit on the first pitch he threw.
It was Boston's second straight comeback victory over Cleveland and it took three of four in the set overall. The Red Sox used a four-run eighth inning to capture a 7-4 win on Saturday.
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