Pedroia hit a two-run shot during a four-run third, and Bradley Jr. had a fourth-inning solo drive off Jake Odorizzi (5-4) as Boston took a 5-0 lead.
Pomeranz (9-4) limited Tampa Bay to two runs over six innings despite allowing six hits and five walks.
Steven Souza Jr. hit a solo homer in the seventh for the Rays, who beat Chris Sale and the AL East-leading Red Sox 4-1 in the opener of a four-game series Thursday night. The Rays, third in the division, trail Boston by 5 1/2 games.
Odorizzi gave up seven runs and eight hits in 4 1/3 innings. He has allowed a homer in 13 consecutive appearances, which ties. Jesse Chavez of the Los Angeles Angels for the longest streak in the majors this season.
Miller, reinstated from the 10-day disabled list after missing 27 games with a right hip injury, had two hits and drew two walks.
The Rays had runners on second and third with one out in the second but ran themselves out of the inning after Mallex Smith bunted. Ramos was thrown out retreating to third base before Miller was tagged out during a rundown between second and third.
The Rays loaded the bases with one out in the fifth but failed to score when third baseman Deven Marrero made a nice back-hand grab of Ramos’ hard one-hopper to start a double play.
Red Sox: SS Xander Bogaerts, hit on the right hand by a pitched ball Thursday, didn’t play but might return this weekend.
Rays RHP Chris Archer was added to the AL All-Star team and is looking forward to another All-Star moment with his parents. “Making my parents smile is one of my main motivations,” Archer said. “The last one (in 2015), I was standing next to Felix Hernandez and my name was called. I looked at my parents’ faces. I want to make that happen again.”
Republished with permission from the Associated Press.