The Rangers arrived in Boston as the hottest team in the Major Leagues. They left after being swept by the Red Sox, culminating with a 6-2 defeat in Thursday's soggy finale of a three-game series. Drew Pomeranz turned in one of the most powerful performances of his career to earn the win, holding heavy-hitting Texas to four hits and two runs while walking one and equaling a personal best with 11 strikeouts. The Sox struck out a total of 20 batters, including four by Craig Kimbrel in a wild ninth.
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