Between the struggles of Rick Porcello on the hill and the struggles of Boston hitters at the plate, the Red Sox didn't have a chance in Sunday's 5-0 loss to the Seattle Mariners.

The Sox win streak ends at six games.

Porcello gave up 11 hits in 6.1 innings but somehow gave up just two runs.

Meanwhile, Sox hitters mustered only five hits all day.

The Mariners hit home runs off Heath Hembree and Fernando Abad to make the score look worse.

Next for the Sox - the Chicago White Sox on Memorial Day afternoon with David Price making his season debut.

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