In a game that is being defined by many media outlets ( ) as the Major League Baseball game of the year, the Indians fell to the Red Sox in sickening fashion at Fenway Park 12-10 Tuesday night. After rallying to build a 10-9 lead in the top of the 9th on a homer by Francisco Lindor and a wild pitch, the Indians looked to have the game won when the Sox got new life, and Christian Vazquez crushed a three-run homer to win the game for Boston. From an incredible that won't be soon forgotten, to the Indians failures to hold big leads, the latest lo s for the Tribe really did have it all. Here's a quick look at three takeaways from the setback, and just how it Mitch Moreland Jersey all played out as the Indians are Boston Red Sox Hoodie now 2-3 on their six-game road swing through Chicago and Boston.1. Failure to Hold the Lead The Indians looked to put their last two days of offensive woes behind them, as they built a 5-0 lead before the Sox even got to bat twice, but just like that Carlos Carrasco gave it all right back, and the game was 5-5 after two innings. Edwin Encarnacin homered to left in the 5th to make it a 7-5 game in favor of the Indians, but again the pen couldn't hold it, and saw Boston eventually score four in the 6th to take a 9-7 lead. In the 9th the Tribe was able to push acro s two runs to take a 10-9 lead, and Cody Allen came on to try and close it out, but the Sox got new life after Mitch Moreland reached first after a strikeout that Yan Gomes couldn't pull in. Vazquez would make it count, as he blasted a three-run homer which was more than enough, sending Boston to a huge win while the Indians were left scratching their heads at another game they should have won that slipped away.2. Bottom Sox Do the JobScroll to Continue As Cleveland.com's Dennis Manoloff pointed out via Twitter, the two players that did the most damage against the Joe Kelly Jersey Indians in the 12-10 Tribe setback were the 8 and 9 hitters. Mitch Moreland and Christian Vazquez, two guys that you probably would want to face with the game on the line, both had big AB's in the 9th, with Vazquez getting the three-run blast to win the Chris Sale Jersey game. On the night the two players went a combined 5-for-10 with a pair of three-run homers and six runs total. Ouch. Moreland's three-run blast came in the five-run Sox second that got the team back in the game to tie it at five, and then as pointed out, Vazquez ended the night with second three-run homer to win the game. It was just that type of game, and one that hurt in a number of ways for the Indians and their fans.1. A Pen That's Burned Out The Indians bullpen really needs a break, and Tuesday against the Red Sox the unit was again pushed to the limit with Carlos Carrasco only going 1.2 innings, allowing five runs on six hits. Six different Indians relief pitchers threw Tuesday, and even the usually very good Andrew Miller was a run, a walk and a strikeout in just Dustin Pedroia Jersey 0.2 innings. Bryan Shaw, who gave up the game-winning two-run homer on Sunday, allowed three runs on three hits in just 0.1 innings, throwing just 12 pitches. Cody Allen ended the bad night for the pen, which in total gave up seven runs on nine hits with one walk and six K's. The pen as a whole has been getting used too much on a nightly basis as of late, and now for the finale of the three-game set they have to hope that Trevor Bauer gives them some much needed innings as they look to win the last game of the set.