With help from a quick thunderstorm, the Red Sox had David Price out of the game.
The problem was they didn't get a break on an umpire's admitted missed call in a 2-1 loss to the Rays on Monday night.
Trailing 2-1 in the eighth inning, pinch-runner Daniel Nava was called out at home by plate umpire Jerry Meals -- even though replays clearly showed and Meals said afterward -- that Nava got under the tag of catcher Jose Molina.
''No, there was no doubt. I knew I was safe. I wouldn't try and sell it, if I -- on replay you'd see that I was safe,'' said Nava. ''So I knew that I was safe. Unfortunately, that was the situation, and obviously that was the call, but at the same time, I probably should have been there the at-bat before.''
Ryan Lavarnway doubled off the Green Monster against reliever Joel Peralta, but Nava couldn't score when Stephen Drew's line drive went over right fielder Wil Myers' head for a double. Nava then tagged on Brandon Snyder's fly ball to short left-center. N...