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.
Photo courtesy of the Boston Red Sox
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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