Quotes, notes and stars from the Red Sox' 3-2 lost to Baltimore:
"As the game goes on, I want to get better, and for the most part I did that, but one pitch in this game can lose it for you.'' - David Price on his start.
"I've got to make better pitches and execute better.'' - Price on the four homers he's allowed in the last two starts.
"I'm better than three runs. I know that. If you told me that everytime I get to the field that I could have eight innings and three runs, I'm not going to take that. I want to take my chances to go out there and put up nine zeros. I'm getting there, I know that.'' - Price.
"He made a lot of great pitches tonight, well-located pitches. Every single pitch that I saw beside the one I made contract with, were right on the corner, dotted.'' - Jackie Bradley Jr. on Chris Tillman.
* The Red Sox dropped to 1-11 in games in which they score three or fewer runs.
* The Sox were 1-for-9 with runners in scoring position.
* David Price recorded his seventh straight quality start, the longest stretch by a Red Sox pitcher since Jon Lester in 2014.
* Jackie Bradley Jr. established a career high with his 11th homer.
* Dustin Pedroia (two hits) has reached base safely in 21 straight games.
* David Price recorded 10 or more strikeouts for the 33rd time since 2008, tying him with Felix Hernandez for most in the A.L. in that span.
* Rusney Castillo's at-bat in the bottom of the ninth was his first since early April and first since being called up from Pawtucket on May 31.
* Twenty one of Jackie Bradley Jr's 25 career homers have come off righthanders.
1) Chris Tillman
Baltimore's No. 1 starter limited the Red Sox to a single run over seven innings and improved to 9-1.
2) Manny Machado
It wasn't exactly a tape measure shot, but Machado turned in a nice piece of hitting by fighting off a tough pitch from Price in the first and sending it past the right field foul pole for a two-run homer.
3) David Price
Price made two mistakes, resulting in two homers and three runs, but was otherwise very good, going eight innings for the second straight start while fanning 11 and walking none.