SEATTLE -- Quotes, Notes and Stars from the Red Sox' 5-4 loss to Seattle
* "He was working through the at-bat in good shape. He gets him to chase a couple of breaking balls, (then) missed with one over the middle of the plate and that was the difference in this one, unfortunately.'' John Farrell on the game-winning homer allowed by Fernando Abad.
* "I'm thinking he's looking at a potential shutout the way he was throwing the baseball. Unfortunately, it turned quick.'' Farrell on David Price going into the eighth inning.
* "A little bit of a gut punch.'' Farrell on the two losses in games Price has started on this trip.
* "It's tough, but I have to look forward and get them next time.'' Fernando Abad on his Red Sox debut.
* David Ortiz set a record for most doubles in a season by a player 40 or older. He has 36, topping Sam Rice who had 35 in 1930.
* Ortiz also tied the MLB record for most extra-base hits in a season for a 40-year-old player. He has 62, which Dave Winfield had in 1992.
* David Price has thrown at least seven innings in every one his seven career starts against Seattle.
* Ortiz moved into a tie for 120th place all-time with Mickey Mantle for career hits (2,415).
* In the six games on the current road trip, four have been decided in the ninth inning -- two wins and two losses.
* Mookie Betts stroked his 30th double of the season in the eighth, the most of any leadoff hitter this season.
* The Sox have at least one homer in 22 of their last 24 games.
1) Robinson Cano
Cano had been 1-for-11 lifetime against Fernando Abad, but with one swing of the bat, turned a 4-2 Red Sox lead into a 5-4 Mariners lead with a three-run homer in the eighth.
2) David Ortiz
Ortiz keeps knocking in runs at a record pace, with two more -- one on a double; the other on a sacrifice fly -- giving him 87 for the season in 97 games played.
3) Edwin Diaz
The Mariners' rookie closer slammed the door in the ninth with overpowering stuff and three strikeouts.