The Boston Red Sox lost to the Cleveland Indians 5-4 in 11 innings, Saturday night, September 22nd, meaning their magic number to clinch home field advantage throughout the playoffs and World Series is 1 game, and they are 1 game away from setting the franchise record for wins (106).

Rick Porcello started for Boston and allowed 4 runs on 8 hits in 5 innings. He struck out 1 and walked 2. The bullpen did its job, until Drew Pomeranz came on in the 11th inning. He allowed 3 hits including the walk-off, and took the loss.

Rafael Devers hit his 19th homer, his 2nd in as many days and Blake Swiheart hit his 2nd of the season.Andrew Benintendi drove in 2 runs and Jackie Bradley Jr. had a double

The Red Sox will play their final regular season road game against Cleveland Sunday night, with the pregame at 6:20 and first pitch at 7:05. Hector Velazquez is set to pitch for Boston. You can hear that game, and every Red Sox game, including the playoffs on AM 1370 WDEA.

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