Recap - Red Sox Bats Waste More Good Pitching

Jim Monaghan
Content Coordinator

Tuesday night it was Chris Sale. Wednesday night it was David Price.

Photo courtesy of NESN
The Red Sox offense's inability to push runs across against the Twins resulted in a 4-1 loss in Minnesota, the second straight loss to the Twins.

David Price (pictured) went six innings allowing three runs on seven hits while walking one.

Meanwhile, Boston managed to score just once, and that was on a throwing error in the second inning.

And it's not as if the chances weren't there. The Red Sox went 0-9 with runners in scoring position.

Mookie Betts led Boston with two hits, half their output for the entire game.

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