After losing 4-1 to the Baltimore Orioles Friday night, the Red Sox guaranteed themselves of a losing record at Fenway Park this year.

The Sox are an incredible 37-40 at home with two games to play.

They will finish with an overall winning record but a losing record at home for just the second time in franchise history.

Nathan Eovaldi pitched the first five innings and gave up a three-run home run to Renato Nunez in the third inning that cost him most of all.

The only run the Sox scored game in the 9th inning on a Rafael Devers double and Xander Bogaerts single.

The Sox went 1-for-13 with runners in scoring position.

Meanwhile, before the game Red Sox ownership spoke with the media about the firing of baseball ops president Dave Dombrowski and about the fact that they want a lower payroll next year.

Dan Roche from WBZ spoke with co-owner Tom Werner.

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