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BOSTON -- Tyler Duffey was trailing Boston by a run after throwing just one pitch. It didnt get much better from there for Minnesotas young right-hander or the pitchers that followed him.Mookie Betts hit a leadoff homer on the first pitch he faced from Duffey and the next three Boston batters singled as the Red Sox rode the early lead to a 13-2 rout of the Twins on Thursday night.When theyre in a groove like that, if you dont make them uncomfortable they can lean on some stuff, Duffey said. When guys are confident, its hard to get them out sometimes.Duffey (5-7) allowed four hits in the first, one in the second and then four more in the third. His night ended after Jackie Bradley Jr. doubled for Bostons ninth hit with one out in the third and the Red Sox up 6-0.They were just jumping on fastballs, breaking balls -- it didnt matter. They had a lot of good at bats, manager Paul Molitor said. It got ugly. Weve havent had a game like that in a while.Dustin Pedroia went 5 for 5 with two doubles for Boston, which had 17 hits while winning its third straight and improving to 12-3 in July. David Ortiz added a two-run homer in the eighth and Jackie Bradley Jr. hit a solo homer and finished with three RBI.Steven Wright (12-5) tied his career high with nine strikeouts and held Minnesota to four hits in eight innings. The Twins didnt reach base against the knuckleballer until the fifth and finished with five hits.We just didnt have a lot of offense to muster off of him, Molitor said. He had the lead and you knew he was going to ride it out for a while.The Twins added a ground-rule double by pinch-hitter Eduardo Escobar in the ninth off reliever Clay Buchholz.Max Kepler got Minnesotas first hit, singling with one out in the fifth to start a two-run rally that turned out to be the only offense for the Twins. He added a single in the seventh and was the only Minnesota batter with more than one hit.The Red Sox were up 11-2 in the eighth when Ortiz continued his farewell tour with his 24th homer, a shot deep into the seats in right field.DUFFEY DONE EARLYAfter winning his last three decisions, Duffey didnt last long in his first game pitching at Fenway Park.Coming in here, its going to be loud and stuff like that. Theyre all waiting on the edge of their seat for something awesome to happen, Duffey said. Early on, first pitch of the game -- home run. Thats never a good taste in your mouth.Duffey said it wasnt a bad pitch, but he left a little too much of it over the plate and Betts pounced on it. He also thought he pitched well overall, just not quite well enough against the surging Red Sox.I was ahead of a lot of guys. I just didnt put them away, he said.POTENT LINEUPThe Red Sox managed to outdo their 16-hit total from an 11-7 win against San Francisco on Wednesday night and finished with at least 15 hits for the 15th time this season.They put together some good at bats, Molitor said. If he (Duffey) got ahead, they fought their way back in the count.TRAINERS ROOMTwins: OF Bryon Buxton was not in the starting lineup for the Twins as manager Paul Molitor rested him against Wrights knuckleball. Buxton was 1 for 9 as Minnesota took two of three games against Detroit.Red Sox: Plans to get C/LF Blake Swihart (sprained left ankle) a minor-league rehab stint are on hold because of recurring soreness in his ankle. Swihart has been out since severely spraining the ankle on June 4. Manager John Farrell said Swihart started feeling the soreness as he increased the intensity of his workouts.UP NEXTTwins: RHP Kyle Gibson (2-6, 5.12 ERA) gets his 12th start of the season for the Twins. 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Fremantles pain could be Alex Silvagnis gain in the coming weeks as the fringe defender attempts to save his AFL career.Silvagnis stop-start career was on life support earlier this season when injuries kept him out of senior action.With Alex Pearce, Zac Dawson, Michael Johnson and Sam Collins above him in the pecking order, Silvagni faced a fight just to play another game this season, let alone secure a new deal.But the 28-year-old has made the most of his chances over the past fortnight, blanketing star Sydney forward Lance Franklin, before quelling the influence of Eagles spearhead Jack Darling.Franklin booted just two goals in Sydneys 90-point win over Fremantle.Silvagni restricted Darling to just nine possessions and no goals during the first three quarters of Sundays 46-point western derby loss.The key defender then kept Ross Glendinning medallist Josh Kennedy to just one goal in the final term after the Eagles forward had bagged six goals before that opposed to Sam Collins.Silvagnis future remains up in the air, with coach Ross Lyon refusing to discuss it in public.But Silvagni will have more chances to press his claims during a brutal run home for the Dockers.Fremantle host the high-scoring Crows in Perth on Sunday before taking on GWS (away) and the Bulldogs (home).The Dockers are expected to be thrasheed in all three games.dddddddddddd But it will at least give Silvagni the stage to strut his defensive capabilities.Adelaide are the highest-scoring team in the competition, and they boast plenty of avenues towards goal.Eddie Betts (54 goals), Josh Jenkins (52), Taylor Walker (40), Tom Lynch (32) and Mitch McGovern (25) have been prolific this year.Silvagni, who is the second cousin of Carlton legend Stephen Silvagni, has played just 50 games since being taken with pick No.24 in the 2010 rookie draft.The past three seasons have yielded just 11 games for the 192cm backman.But with doubts surrounding the durability of veteran Michael Johnson, Silvagni might have done enough to earn a new one-year deal.Collins has been solid for the Dockers since making his debut in round 10.But the 22-year-old was out of his depth against Kennedy in Sundays western derby loss.Lyon said he persisted with the match-up for three quarters to show Collins what it takes to be a premier AFL defender.Josh Kennedy is an A-grade power forward. 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