Boston's shaky start has a lot to do with the inconsistency of the rotation, but that's something Martín Pérez wants to reverse. The Venezuelan has gone from less to more and this Wednesday he signed a brilliant performance for the redheads to beat the Rays 5-0.
For the first time in the season, after two appearances, the venezuelan did not receive a score. He threw five complete innings in which he barely allowed four hits, drew three passports and struck out four to improve his ERA to 3.45.
Alex Verdugo and Michael Chavis dispatched two homers to support the performance of the Venezuelan, who added his second victory of the season and left his record at 2-1.