Red Sox owner John Henry and GM Ben Cherington were in Seattle to have breakfast with Bobby Valentine on Monday, but Larry Lucchino didn't make the trip.
Chris Carpenter, the player sent over in compensation for Theo Epstein, made his Red Sox debut today. He recorded three outs to get the Sox out of the inning.
Dustin Pedroia has been locked on at the plate over the last month, and knocked his 1,000th career hit in the first inning on Monday.
Clay Buchholz was on his game for the most part on Monday, but one inning -- the fourth -- proved to be too costly in the end.
The Red Sox road woes continue on as they drop yet another one away from Fenway Park -- their seventh in a row -- 4-1 to the Mariners. Clay Buchholz gets the loss after a rough fourth inning.