BOSTON – After the Red Sox crashed on the track, they were under pressure for the fourth consecutive time for the first time in a row. Instead, they used timely hits and a Marlin error in the final game of the game to secure an 8-7 win at Fenway Park on Tuesday night.
With the win, the Red Sox remain the only team in baseball without a four-game losing streak record in their season, as they improved to 91-42. Boston still leads the Yankees, who have also won in walk-off fashion by 6 1/2 games in the American League East .
BOSTON – After the Red Sox had crashed down the track after their bullpen, they were under pressure for the fourth consecutive time for the first time in a row. Instead, they used timely hits and a Marlin error in the final game of the game to secure an 8-7 win at Fenway Park on Tuesday night.
With the win, the Red Sox remain the only team in baseball without a four-game losing streak record in their season, as they improved to 91-42. Boston continues to lead the Yankees, who have also won walk-off fashion through 6 1/2 games in the American League East .
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"It was quite amazing that we could win this evening," said ] Jackie Bradley Jr. "Winning is a lot more fun than losing."
After three leads had been lost during the night, Boston went to the bottom of the ninth tied to 7 before J.D. Martinez and Xander Bogaerts line up single singles strung together. It appeared Eduardo Nunez had engaged in an inning-ending double play, but after a shortstop JT Riddle stepped onto second base, his throw for the first  Miguel Rojas and sailed into the camera well along the first baseline so Martinez could achieve the victory run.
"We did not do well in the last third of the game, but we swung the clubs well and we won," said manager Alex Cora.
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Despite a 4-1 lead toward the eighth inning, the Boston Bullpen was roughened for five runs in the frame. Matt Barnes allowed four runs and was only able to give up one of the five batters he faced. Heath Hembree did not fare any better as he missed an inherited runner and also got a run before Miami ended his rally with a 6-4 lead.
The Red Sox were not ready to go quietly into the night, and they responded promptly.
In the bottom of the eighth, three Boston singles loaded out the bases with one before Miami reliever Tayron Guerrero settled down enough to strike out Blake Swihart .
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Bradley did well to fight the heat thrown by Guerrero and continued Bradley's seventh pitch at-bat, he cut Guerrero's fastball in the middle for a single to bring Martinez and Nunez, tie the game down at 6.
"Saw a lot of fastballs. A few outside the zone, a few inside," Bradley said, "I played a few swings against them, fouled them and I just could make a good swing in a very good place." 
"Jackie did an excellent job in this at-bat [by]just being patient and getting his seat, "said Cora.
Ian Kinsler moved from first to third place after Bradley's single, which turned out to be crucial As Guerrero blew up a 98-mph fastball after Mookie Betts they do the same in this process.
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Boston Comes Closer Craig Kimbrel to clean things up in the ninth, but that turned out to be A tricky endeavor after giving up two consecutive walks, followed by a Magneuris Sierra RBI single, which even brought things back to 7.
Video: MIA @ BOS: Sierra joins play with an RBI single in 9th place
"I just did not run a pitch that I should have played through the hole and one Quit run, "said Kimbrel, who lost for the fifth consecutive season, but also made his fourth win. "We do not want to go out here and give up running, as we did tonight, all we can do is learn from it and go from there."
Bradley's eighth-inning at-bat was a will test for the Red Sox Center Fielder. Of the seven games thrown by Guerrero, only one was not a four-seam fastball. Five of these fastballs were clocked over 99 miles per hour. After plaguing Guerrero's 100.6 mph heater, Bradley hit a 98.6 mph fastball, the slowest of Guerrero's heat, to bring home two runs.
Video: MIA @ BOS: Bradley Rips A 2-Run Knockout in the 8th
"Jackie has made a great sweep of the bat in the last month and a half, two months," Cora said. "We trust Jackie, we trust his momentum and where he is offensive now, he did a good job plastering a hard lawn and then going to the middle."
With the win, Boston became the 26th team since 1900 and 13th AL team to reach 91 games in 133 games. It also matches most of the organization's profits before the end of August and ties them to the 1946 team, which has won 91 before September.
YOU SEE THAT
Derek Dietrich looked as if he had found a nice piece of the left field lawn to throw a leadoff single into the top of the sixth innings, but Bogaerts had other ideas. With the left fielder Andrew Benintendi and Nunez, also on the hunt for the popup, a sprightly Bogaerts made a clever over-the-shoulder hook well into the left field to keep the Marlins off the base  Video: MIA @ BOS: Bogaerts grips the shoulder in 6.
He said it
"I'm not worried, I think we need to get better, there are walks Now there's a lot of 3: 1, a lot of two hits, that's not good and they know that, that's something we talked about, we trust the stuff, but in the end we have to do it for all we have in the overall standings is that we have a lot of room for improvement, which is very important, we do not let anything get in the way, we have 91 victories, we know we have to be better, we know that and we work Continue reading. "- Cora, on his Bullpen
Video: MIA @ BOS: Cora competing for victory over Marlins
MITEL REPLAY OF THE DAY
In the bottom of the seventh, Boston challenged the call out after Bradley was called on a second base steal attempt. After a 41-second review, the call was reversed and Bradley was credited with his 13th stolen base of the season.
Video: MIA @ BOS: Bradley jr. Steals Second Base After Review
The Red Sox end their short two-game set against the Marlins on Wednesday night, with glowing David Price (14-6 , 3.50 ERA), the first pitch for a 18:35 ET clock. In six starts since the All-Star break, the left-hander is holding 4-0 with a 1.09 ERA opponent against a .195 batting average. Price will try to finish his August with his fourth win in a row. Right-handed Trevor Richards (3-7, 4.23 ERA) will start for Miami.
Craig Forde is an employee of MLB.com, based in Boston.