Just when you thought the Red Sox might be turning things around, they lay another egg in Oakland. The A's beat the Sox 7-3 Thursday afternoon and take three of the four games in the series.

For the first two innings, it appeared the Sox were in control. They scored three times, one on a JD Martinez home run.

But in the third inning, Eduardo Rodriguez gave up a double, a walk and then a three-run home to Stephen Piscotty. The game is tied 3-3...

It got worse for the Sox in the next inning. With two outs and two runners for the A's a fly ball to right center field drop in for a two-run double by Piscotty. Jackie Bradley Jr and Mookie Betts admitted the should have been caught.

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And, it even got worse in the 9th inning. Betts got thrown out trying to go first to third on a bloop basehit. He was gunned down at third.

All in all, a frustrating day in a frustrating start to the season.

The Sox move on to play the Friday Diamondbacks Friday night. The game is live on Sports Radio 92.9 The Ticket.