The Boston Red Sox lost the nightcap of their day-night doubleheader Wednesday night to the Minnesota Twins 2-0. They received another excellent pitching performance, as Rick Porcello gave up 5 hits, 2 runs, both earned and struck out 5 in 8 innings.

The problem for the Red Sox was that Twins' pitcher Trevor May was just a little better and the Red Sox bats went silent. May pitched 7 innings allowing just 2 hits and struck out 9.

Red Sox manager John Farrell on Game 2

In the first game, the Red Sox beat Minnesota 6-3 as E-Rod picked up his second win of the season in two starts.

Boston and Minnesota conclude their 4 game series this afternoon, with the first pitch at 4:05 and the pregame starting at 3:20 on AM 1370 WDEA.