DAN SHAUGHNESSY Fenway sleepover preceded Red Sox loss ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jim Davis Before the game, Marc Fucarile of Stoneham, the final Boston Marathon bombing victim to be released from the hospital, threw out the ceremonial first pitch. Jim Davis Fucarile, who was recently married at Fenway Park, acknowledged a fan as another held a sign that reads "Today We Run As One." Jim Davis Red Sox left fielder Jonny Gomes took a hit away from the Orioles' Adam Jones in the top of the first inning. Jim Davis Red Sox starting pitcher Clay Buchholz was relieved in the third inning after giving up six runs on seven hits. Jim Davis Buchholz fell to 0-2 this season. Jim Davis Military helicopters, seen over the bleachers as well as on the video board, drew cheers from the crowd as they flew over Fenway Park, headed for the Boston Marathon finish line. Jim Davis David Ross hit a solo home run in the seventh inning. Jim Davis Fans in the Green Monster seats sought the ball David Ross belted for a solo homer. Jim Davis Xander Bogaerts' wide throw to first on a potential double play ball in the top of the eighth inning allowed Steve Clevenger (not pictured) to be safe at first, and not completing the DP helped the Orioles to score an insurance run that it turned out they would need. Jim Davis A foul ball was just out of the reach of Orioles catcher Steve Clevenger in the 8th ining. Jim Davis Xander Bogaerts was almost picked off second base in the eighth inning, but he dove under the tag attempt of the Orioles' Ryan Flaherty. Jim Davis The Red Sox had a chance to get back into the game in the bottom of the eighth inning, but first Jonathan Herrera struck out. Jim Davis After Herrera whiffed, Xander Bogaerts was caught in a rundown when Daniel Nava, who was on first, broke for second base on the pitch. Bogaerts was tagged out following a short rundown. Jim Davis The out on Bogaerts ended the Red Sox' threat. Jim Davis Mike Carp grounded out to first base to end the game, leaving the tying run at third base.