May 4, 1982

A 6-2 win over the Minnesota Twins at Fenway Park lifted the Red Sox to the second-best record in baseball at 16-7, behind only Atlanta's 18-6. It was Boston's fourth straight win and 12th in 13 games, giving it a two-game lead over the Tigers in the American League East.

Chuck Rainey limited the Twins to three hits over five innings for the win, with Bob Stanley working four innings of two-hit relief.

Carl Yastrzemski had two doubles and a single, bringing his average to .351.

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