Feldman was able to scatter seven hits over seven innings and the only offense the Sox managed to get across home plate came from a Jarrod Saltalamacchia home run as the Rangers destroy the Sox 9-1.
The Rangers put up nine unanswered runs, four in the third thanks to some small ball and a bad throw by Dustin Pedroia, who other than that had himself a good night (3 for 4 at the plate). Then the Rangers managed to get five in the sixth highlighted by Red Sox killer Mike Napoli hitting another home run against the Sox. It's become the same old story when the Sox face the Rangers in Arlington.
This loss now puts the Sox under .500 for the first time in a month. Maybe I was wrong for being so optimistic this morning. Clay Buchholz needs to stop the bleeding tomorrow.