Recap - One Bad Inning Syndrome Gets Price

Jim Monaghan
Contributing Writer

David Price had one bad inning - the bottom of the fourth - and it cost the Red Sox in a 4-0 loss to the Rays in the series finale on Wednesday afternoon at Tropicana Field.

It also didn't help that the offense took most of the day off, too.

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Price (pictured) struck out ten in 6.1 innings, but gave up four runs on nine hits and a walk in the loss. He gave up a solo home run in the bottom of the second to Brandon Guyer, and then gave up three runs in the third on four hits including run-scoring doubles by Evan Longoria and Guyer.

Matt Moore no-hit the Red Sox through the first five innings. Boston finished with a grand total of five hits in the loss, all singles.

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