Alright, the Red Sox have their legs back under them and Steven Wright on the mound to start what is probably the biggest series of the year to date. Not the worst position to be in.
But if the Sox have a couple favorable pitching matchups to bookend the series, they can't afford to waste them if they want to take an actual series win instead of just a split or, God forbid, a loss. Tyler Wilson is not a bad pitcher--he should very much keep the Orioles in this one if the lineup isn't having one of its "we'd crush anyone but Prime Pedro" days--but the Sox have to have this game marked as one to win with the way Wright has pitched this season.
So, hey, go out there and make good with a win.