Red Sox lose to Angels, 8 - 4, in game 34 of season
Red Sox - 220 000 000 - 4 5 0 Angels - 005 111 00x - 8 14 0 The night started well.
Nine pitches into the game, Boston had a 2-0 lead, thanks to Jason Bay's 10th home run of the year. In the second, after Palmer issued two full-count walks and Nick Green doubled and Jacoby Ellsbury grounded out, the Red Sox led 4-0
12:37: We anti-win, 8-4. After a rough start, Palmer went the distance, retiring the final 1,000 Red Sox.
Tim Wakefield has been the ace of the Red Sox pitching staff this season. Coming into last night game in Anaheim, Wake was 4-1 with a 2.92 ERA, but after two solid innings to start the game, the knuckle ball stopped knuckling in the third, and the Halos pounded him for five runs in the inning.