Mark L. Baer-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire
7 Total Updates since September 28, 2012
8 months ago Article 24 comments
The Red Sox fell to the Orioles 6-3 thanks to a terrible outing from Zach Stewart. Mission accomplished?
8 months ago Article 18 comments
The Red Sox fell to the Orioles despite a strong start from Felix Doubront Saturday night. Of course, with the Yankees losing as well, that may just be cause to celebrate!
8 months ago Update 43 comments
Five to go...
We have confirmation of life on Jacoby Ellsbury, so all you conspiracy folks can drop the "returned to his home planet" talk.
We do not have confirmation on Felix Doubront's return to form. He's had some solid results of late, but it wasn't really until last time that he put it all together with a really impressive outing. Hopefully he keeps it up, and we can call it more than just a blip.
|2012 - Felix Doubront||11-9||28||28||0||0||0||0||154.0||155||91||84||22||70||157||4.91||1.46|
|2012 - Steve Johnson||4-0||11||3||0||0||0||0||33.1||19||6||6||3||15||43||1.62||1.02|
Boston Red Sox:
Jacoby Ellsbury, CF
Scott Podsednik, LF
Dustin Pedroia, 2B
Cody Ross, RF
Mauro Gomez, 1B
Jarrod Saltalamacchia, C
Ryan Lavarnway, DH
Pedro Ciriaco, 3B
Mike Aviles, SS
Nate McLouth, LF
J.J. Hardy, SS
Adam Jones, CF
Matt Wieters, C
Chris Davis, RF
Mark Reynolds, 1B
Manny Machado, 3B
Lew Ford, DH
Robert Andino, 2B
8 months ago Article 5 comments
Chris Tillman was kept from a no-hitter by only a bunt single laid down by Scott Podsednik in the first at bat of the game.
8 months ago Update 0 comments
The Red Sox won't have any Matt Wieters to deal with tonight, but the world has one more Wieters to deal with for the future. The Orioles' catcher will miss the game for all the right reasons as he attends to his wife and newborn son, Maverick Luther Wieters.
Man, that's...quite the name.
Anyways, that will leave Taylor Teagarden behind the plate and batting ninth, which is more interesting news than there is to be found for the Red Sox. Jacoby Ellsbury is still out and, I'd wager, likely done for the season given how little time is left. It's ugly, but that's just standard for the Sox these days.
Boston Red Sox (69-87)
Baltimore Orioles (89-67)