PawSox Score Early and Often in WinJuly 25, 2012 - International League (IL) Pawtucket Red Sox
Veteran righthander Nelson Figueroa was a success in his Pawtucket debut. Figueroa worked into the sixth inning, surendering 2 runs on 5 hits. He earned the win. Alex Wilson, Clay Mortensen and another newcomer, Jose De La Torre cleaned up from the bullpen. De La Torre earned the save.
The win could prove to be costly for Pawtucket. Catcher Mike Rivera left the game in the third after being hit on the hand by a pitch. In the ninth, J.C. Linares was also hit by a pitch. He remained in the game.
The PawSox and Indians resume the series on Thursday night at 7:05 p.m. Tony Pena is scheduled to pitch.
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