A loss is a loss in the record books, but there's just one word to describe Saturday night's loss by the Boston Red Sox to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and that's UGLY! Clay Buchholz, Robbie Ross Jr. and Pat Light each surrendered 6 runs. The only Red Sox pitcher who didn't allow a run was outfielder Ryan LaMarre who became the 1st position player to pitch for the Red Sox since Mike Carp pitched against the Yankees back on April 25, 2014. Same old Clay Buchholz as he allowed the Angels to score 2 runs on a Mike Trout homer in the 1st and the Red Sox were trailing before they came to bat. Buchholz is now 3-9 with a 5.91 ERA. The Red Sox sent down Light to Pawtucket and recalled Sean O'Sullivan who will pitch the series finale Sunday afternoon with the pregame starting at 12:50 on AM 1370 WDEA. The Red Sox committed 4 errors Saturday night, 2 by Travis Shaw, and that led to 7 unearned runs. The Red Sox have allowed 39 unearned runs this season, which is the most in the American League. CJ Cron who hit a grand slam on Friday night, went 6-6 on Saturday for the Angels. The only bright spot for the Red Sox, leadoff hitter Mookie Betts who went 3-5 with 2 doubles and his 17th homer of the season. Manager John Farrell on the loss The saving grace for the Red Sox... The Orioles lost to the Seattle Mariners so they didn't fall further out of 1st place, and remain in 2nd, 4.0 games behind Baltimores a