Aaron Cook was near perfect through five innings on Wednesday night. But one troublesome play ultimately cost the sinkerballer both a no-hitter and a much-needed Red Sox win.
After fielding a ball up the middle in the sixth inning, Cook turned to second base in hopes of turning a double play and getting out the inning. Instead, the pitcher threw the ball into the center field and suddenly a five-run stampede overtook the Sox 2-0 lead.
Boston fell 5-3 to the Orioles on the night, but a disappointed Cook blamed himself for the blunder and the defeat in the end.
Check out the video above to see Cook break it down during Red Sox Clubhouse Uncut.