BOSTON - APRIL 25: Mike Lowell #25 of the Boston Red Sox hits a throw run home run celebrates teammates Jason Bay #44 and Kevin Youkilis #20 against the New York Yankees at Fenway Park, April 25, 2009, in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

There’s not really too much say about yesterday’s Boston Red Sox win other than that it was an ugly win. Bad starting pitching from both teams and yes we even saw a rare Dustin Pedroia error.

Josh Beckett just didn’t have it yesterday. He may have been too ramped up after not pitching for a week due to being suspended for throwing at Bobby Abreu. His stuff wasn’t sharp and his command and location were definitely not there. But Josh is a professional and we all know he’ll be able to put the outing behind him and move forward.

Mike Lowell may not be able to run fast but the bat and glove are still there. Did anyone expect him to be leading the team with 22 RBIs and be second on the team in home runs with four, which is good for a 3-way tie for second on the team with Jason Bay and Jason Varitek? All Lowell is doing right now is showing the Red Sox they made the right decision in not offering Mark Teixeira more money during the offseason.

Hopefully Justin Masterson will be able to give the Red Sox some innings tonight as the bullpen availability is looking slim tonight as Javier Lopez and Hunter Jones didn’t throw in the marathon yesterday.

Wildly successful [Boston Globe]

Down 6-0, Red Sox Come Back To Batter Yankees [Hartford Courant]

Red Sox bounce back to beat up Yankees [Boston Herald]

Boston prevails in a back-and-forth slugfest [Providence Journal]

Strange day has us dazed [Boston Globe]

Teixeira? Red Sox Happy To Have Lowell [Hartford Courant]

Dustin Pedroia struggles [Boston Herald]

With a weary bullpen after the last two nights, Sox send Velazquez back to Pawtucket [Providence Journal]

Some qualities are irreplaceable [Boston Globe]

Josh Beckett runs into trouble [Boston Herald]

Pedroia puts different spin on two rare mistakes [Providence Journal]

Yankees hear groans of relief [Boston Globe]

Mike Lowell’s value clear to Red Sox [Boston Herald]

It started bad, and only got worse for Beckett [Providence Journal]

Masterson aiming to rise with his sinker [Boston Globe]

Drama of Sox-Yankee series is sure to get even better [Providence Journal]

Ace gets flushed [Tony Massarotti Blog]

A beefy grinder [Full Count]

For more slices of Boston Red Sox goodness, head over to the Boston Globe, Boston Herald, and Providence Journal websites.

And if you must see what the enemy papers are saying you can check out the NY Post, NY Daily News, Newsday and Lo Hud websites.