Boston Red Sox defeat Seattle Mariners, 8-6

SEATTLE — As the stadium rocked, as the Mariners celebrated, the reaction was the opposite in the Red Sox dugout, the defeat evident in their actions.

Across the diamond, Mariners players stood on the top step of the dugout, their arms over the railing as the Sox batted in the 10th. Just one player stood at the railing in the visitors’ dugout, Dustin Pedroia, flanked by Dave Magadan and a pair of trainers.

Everyone else stood back.

It only worsened by the 12th. The S...