What happened to the Red Sox offense? For the second straight night in Minnesota, the Sox lost to the Twins, this time 4-1.

Starter Lance Lynn and four Twins relievers held the Sox to just four hits. And when the Red Sox did have runner on base they were 0-for-9 with those runners in scoring position.

Meanwhile, David Price pitched six innings, giving up three runs on seven hits. Two of them were home runs.

The Sox are now 49-26 and fall two games behind the Yankees in the AL East.

Day baseball today vs Minnesota, the Sox play at 1pm. Live coverage on Sports Radio 92.9 The Ticket starts at 12:25pm.

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