An ugly weekend for the Red Sox in Tampa Bay ends with a 9-1 loss to the Rays and for the first time all year, the Sox got swept in a series.

Simply put the pitching was pathetic and the hitting was non-existent.

Rays lefty Blake Snell lived up to his billing, going six innings, giving up one run on two hits. He struck out eight.

Sox starter Nathan Eovaldi got roughed up by his former teammates. He lasted four innings, giving up six runs on eight hits.

The bullpen added gas to the fire. Heath Hembree and Matt Barnes gave up runs.

The Sox drop to 90-42 and get Monday off before opening a series at Fenway vs the Miami Marlins on
Tuesday.