Red Sox - 000 000 000 - 0 4 0 Orioles - 300 100 02x - 6 9 1The first 11 Red Sox batters were retired by Wei-Yin Chen (7-4-0-0-7, 87) before Dustin Pedroia singled with two outs in the fourth - and was out trying to stretch it into a double. The Red Sox hit into inning-ending double plays in the fifth (Jonny Gomes), sixth (Brock Holt), and seventh (David Ortiz) innings.
Rubby De La Rosa (5.2-7-4-2-7, 105) gave up an RBI double to Adam Jones and a two-run homer to Chris Davis in the first inning. Nick Hundley had a run-scoring single in the fourth.
After a rain delay of 1:38 in the middle of the seventh inning, Chris Capuano walked in two runs. A perfect way to end a truly shitty road trip.
Boston scored just one run in 27 innings during the series. This game was the first this season in which the Red Sox had neither a walk nor an extra-base hit.
Ian Browne, MLB:
The last time the Red Sox scored one run or fewer in a three-game series was on April 27-29, 1981, in Texas. ... This was the first time the Sox scored one run or fewer in any three-game span since April 21-23, 1993, when they were shut out twice in Seattle and mustered one run in Anaheim.
Rubby De La Rosa / Wei-Yin Chen