Red Sox walked off again, fall to Rays 5-4

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ST. PETERSBURG, Florida - For the second straight night, the Rays walked off the Red Sox by a 5-4 score in 11 innings

Nate Lowe's two-run home run in the 11th propelled the Rays to victory. Right-hander Josh Smith, who was the 11th pitcher used by Alex Cora, served up the shot and failed to hold a 4-3 lead entering the frame.

The Sox had taken a lead in the top of the inning on a solo homer from Mitch Moreland. Moreland homered twice on Friday.

The Red Sox tied the game 3-3 in the seventh on a two-run home run by Rafael Devers, his 31st of the year. Devers passed Butch Hobson for the most home runs by a Boston third baseman in a season. Hobson hit 30 in 1977.

Xander Bogaerts homered in the fourth inning.

The series continues Sunday with Nathan Eovaldi on the mound against left-hander Ryan Yarborough.