By The Associated Press
J.D. Martinez, Kiké Hernandez and the Boston Red Sox certainly will be glad to be back home for Game 3 of the AL Division Series against the Rays with the best-of-five matchup tied at 1-all. Tampa Bay’s Brandon Lowe might not mind, either, going into Sunday’s game. Lowe batted .455 with eight walks at Fenway Park this season and is a career .444 hitter in Boston, where the next two games of the ALDS will be played. In 16 games in Boston, he’s 24 of 54 for his highest batting average at any ballpark with six homers, 16 RBIs and a .551 on-base-percentage.