Another heartbreaking defeat for the the Boston Red Sox, an 8-6 loss to the Chicago White Sox. After a decent start by Eduardo Rodriquez, the bullpen helped to give the game away.

Leading 6-4 in the 8th inning, Koji Uehara gave up home runs to Melkey Cabrera and Brett Lawrie. Heath Hembree then gave up an insurance run.

But there were other factors accounting for the loss - Sandy Leon picked off third base with runners at second and third.

A Bogaerts double that might have been a game-tying home run if not for fan touching the ball leaning over in his green monster seat.

A possible three run homer by Chris Young went foul by about a foot.

All in all, an exhausting night at Fenway.

The Sox fall to 39-32 and two games behind Baltimore in the AL East.