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BOSTON (AP) - Jim Thome hit his major league-leading 26th home run and the Philadelphia Phillies took advantage of a season-high four Boston errors to score five unearned runs Saturday to beat the Red Sox 9-2.
A day after Boston broke out with an eight-run inning and 12 runs in all - Philadelphia's worst loss of the season - the Phillies responded with a big inning of their own. They scored five in the fourth to break open the game - four unearned, thanks to errors by pitcher Bronson Arroyo and first baseman Kevin Millar.