#RedSox Game Summary (May 28) Back atcha. Yesterday, the Red Sox blanked Seattle, and today the Mariners returned the favor. Seattle starter Christian Bergman kept Sox hitters baffled for 7 innings, and then the Mariners bullpen took them the rest of the way. Rick Porcello had a solid start for Boston, going 6 1/3rd innings, and giving up 2 runs on 11 hits and a walk, with 6 Ks. The first Seattle run came in the 4th, when Kyle Seager doubled, reached 3rd on a Danny Valencia single, and scored on a Porcello wild pitch. The second came when Carlos Ruiz doubled, reached 3rd on a Ben Gamel single, and scored when Nelson Cruz got a hit off reliever Heath Hembree. They got their 3rd run when Guillermo Heredia took Hembree deep. In the 9th, Fernando Abad surrendered a ground-rule double to Jean Segura, and a 2 run no-doubter to Robinson Cano. Cano and Jarrod Dyson also doubled in the game for Seattle. The only extra base hit for Boston was a double by Dustin Pedroia. So, the Red Sox winning streak is snapped at 6. Seattle beat Boston, 5-0, at Fenway Park. Record: 27-22. Game 49/113.