#RedSox Game Summary (July 23) Chutes and ladders. Remember that game? If you land on one type of square, you go up the a ladder, and if you land on another, you go sliding down a chute. That’s how this season seems to be going. Right now, the Red Sox are sliding down a chute. Once again, Rick Porcello had a decent start, but suffered from a deficiency of run support. He went 8 innings against the Angels, giving up 3 runs on 5 hits and a walk, with 6 strikeouts. Unfortunately, 3 of the hits were solo bombs; one by Andrelton Simmons in the 3rd inning, one by Mike Trout in the 6th inning, and one by Luis Valbuena in the 7th. The Sox got one run back in the 5th on a series of singles by Sandy Leon, Brock Holt, and Deven Marrero, and another in the 6th on a solo blast to left center by Hanley Ramírez. Something needs to happen, it seems, to get their blood up. Los Angeles at Anaheim beat Boston, 3-2, at Angel Stadium. Record: 55-45. Game 100/62.