The Cleveland Guardians fell to the Boston Red Sox on the road on Wednesday night by a final score of 2-0, snapping a three-game win streak.

For Cleveland (12-6), the Guardians accumulated three total hits, struck out nine times, and left two runners on-base.

Starting pitcher Ben Lively suffered the loss in his season debut for the Guardians for going 5.0 innings, striking out seven batters, and allowing three hits and a walk for two earned runs.

For Boston (10-9), the Red Sox got on the board in the 3rd inning when Guardians pitcher Ben Lively balked with a runner on third base, which scored a run and gave Boston a 1-0 lead. The only other run for Boston came in the 4th inning, when catcher Connor Wong hit a solo home run to give the Red Sox a 2-0 lead and eventual win.

Starting pitcher Tanner Houck got his third win of the season for going a complete nine innings, striking out nine batters, and allowing only three hits for no runs.

The Guardians will wrap-up their road series against the Boston Red Sox on Thursday, April 18th, with first pitch set for 1:35 p.m.