April 24, 2013
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Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff
The Red Sox grounds keepers were busy on Tuesday as rain fell consistently during Oakland's 13-0 win at Fenway Park.
Red Sox players had to wait as clay was added to the wet infield during the sixth inning.
The rain added to the Red Sox' woes, after they allowed 12 runs in the first five innings.
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There were relatively few fans left in the stadium by the end of the game.
Daniel Nava ducked low in left field as he waited through a break to fix the field in the sixth inning.
Wide swaths of empty seats were visible as the game went on.
After seven innings, umpires told Red Sox manager John Farrell they were calling the game for good.
The game never resumed after the grounds crew put the tarp on for the final time.
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