Unfortunately, sales of Boston, Mass (the album, not the city) stalled out in early 1986. The album peaked at #134, and while "Don't Run Wild" and the follow up, "I Still Want You" received a fair amount of radio airplay, neither single broke the top 40.
The commercial disappointment of the album was exacerbated when the band made an ill-advised, highly visible commercial for Miller Beer. I think this really hurt their credibility, especially among core roots rock fans, who considered it selling out. It did not help that for many folks, the commercial was their first exposure to the band.
The sad part is that the band made some really great music and they could have been much more successful with a lucky break or two.