Fans at Fenway Park could not have been thrilled by how they were forced to spend their Saturday night. The Red Sox gave up a season-high 21 runs to the Los Angeles Angels in a 19-run loss. The game saw Los Angeles put 30 men on the base paths, as they absolutely dominated the home team. This performance was led by an 11-run seventh inning.
Albert Pujols knocked in five runs with two hits, including a two-run homer in the first. Meanwhile, Carlos Perez had a career day, driving in six by himself.
It was, however, first baseman C.J. Cron who put up the best performance. Cron put up a hit in all six at-bats, including two homers. He drove in five runs and scored five runs by himself. It was the best performance of Cron's career and continues a recent hot streak that has seen him put up 13 hits, three homers and 11 RBI over the past five games. Cron remains a near must play in DFS contests until he shows any signs of slowing down.