Red Sox Struggle, Fall to Braves 8-3 at Fenway Park

The Boston Red Sox faced off against the Atlanta Braves at Fenway Park, resulting in an 8-3 loss for the home team. The game saw the Red Sox’s offense falter, with the team striking out a total of 14 times. Despite efforts from Bobby Dalbec (1-for-3) and Dominic Smith (1-for-4) who drove in the only three runs for the Red Sox, the team was unable to secure a victory.

The Braves took control of the game after Smith’s errors allowed them to score six unanswered runs. Pitcher Kutter Crawford struggled, giving up six runs (four earned) on five hits and two walks over six innings. Chase Anderson entered the game in relief but was unable to turn the tide, allowing two runs on three hits over the final three innings.

With this loss, the Red Sox now hold a 30-31 record, dropping them back under .500. Their record at Fenway Park stands at 13-18. Fans are hopeful for a better outcome as the Red Sox prepare to face the Braves once again in the final game of the series on Wednesday night.