Boston Red Sox Jason Bay watches his three run home run off Tampa Bay Rays starter James Shields in the sixth inning of a baseball game at Fenway Park in Boston, Friday, May 8, 2009.(AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

Once again the Boston Red Sox found themselves trailing early to Tampa Bay Rays and we all thought we already knew the outcome. But then the 6th inning magic happened again as James Shields gave up a hit and a walk.

Jason Bay worked his magic yet again as he crushed a 3-run homer to tie the game up that rattled James Shields who then gave up a double to Mike Lowell. In fitting fashion, J.D. Drew followed with the game-winning two-run homer and the Red Sox would add two insurance runs for the win.

Is there anyone else right now in this Red Sox lineup you would want up in a clutch situation besides Bay and Kevin Youkilis. Bay continues to get it done as he’s spent the past few nights in the cleanup spot due to Youk’s injury. I have to wonder if maybe Bay stays in the spot when Youk returns.

Brad Penny was far from spectacular last night and with John Smoltz and Clay Buchholz, who dominated once again last night in Triple-A, waiting in the wings, it makes you wonder if Penny’s time with the Red Sox is coming to a close.

Don’t forget today’s contest is one of the FOX games of the week and will start at 3:40 PM.

Flick (of Red Sox wrists) turns on power again [Boston Globe]

Jason Bay finds spotlight again [Boston Herald]

Bay, Drew Rally Red Sox Past Rays [Hartford Courant]

Homers by Bay and Drew turn the tables on Rays [Providence Journal]

Increased comfort, increased power for Bay []

Touch ’em all — heartstrings [Boston Globe]

No panic for Brad Penny [Boston Herald]

Red Sox journal: Youkilis sits out 4th straight game [Providence Journal]

Injured Red Sox on the comeback trail []

Decisions have been made for him [Boston Globe]

Raleigh eatery wants Yaz [Boston Herald]

Red Sox family pays tribute to Dom DiMaggio [Providence Journal]

Buchholz in a groove at Pawtucket []

Better grasp helps in clutch [Boston Globe]

Manny Ramirez mess tarnishes Red Sox’ clean image [Boston Herald]

Red Sox fielding numbers are down sharply this season [Providence Journal]

Video games get Schilling’s attention [Boston Globe]

Bay does it again [Projo Sox Blog]

NESN Presents: Youk and Lowell, Cops With Guns Episode 295: We Carry On, We Carry On [Surviving Grady]

What if Papi’s juicing…? [Batter-up with Bruno]

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 Tampa Tribune and St. Petersburg Times websites.