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Red Sox vs. Orioles line: O hello, Baltimore

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We’re just one win away from a bona fide winning streak, and the Orioles are a sight for sore eyes.

Kansas City Royals v Boston Red Sox
Except imagine the helmet is orange.
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The Red Sox (4-9) won a baseball game last night and will look to do the same tonight when they face the Baltimore Orioles (5-8) at Fenway Park (7:10 p.m., NESN). Go Sox!

There is little to say except tonight except that Eduardo Rodriguez should stop going to 3-2 counts both in general and against this Orioles lineup, which is bad. At least Chris Davis has the night off from his historically bad streak to the season, though I’d love to have seen E-Rod walk him three times. Anyhow the Sox swap out Dustin Pedroia for Eduardo Núñez and Blake Swihart for Christian Vázquez in what’s the Official Batting Order Against Righties, as it appears below:

Game 14 vs. Orioles

Lineup spot Orioles Red Sox
Lineup spot Orioles Red Sox
1 Jonathan Villar, 2B Andrew Benintendi, LF
2 David Rickard, RF Mookie Betts, RF
3 Trey Mancini, 1B Mitch Moreland, 1B
4 Renato Núñez, DH J.D. Martinez, DH
5 Dwight Smith Jr., LF Xander Bogaerts, SS
6 Hanser Alberto, 3B Rafael Devers, 3B
7 Jesús Sucre, C Eduardo Núñez, 2B
8 Richie Martin, SS Jackie Bradley Jr., CF
9 Cedric Mullins, CF Blake Swihart, C
SP David Hess, RHP Eduardo Rodriguez, LHP