June 16, 2016

G65: Orioles 5, Red Sox 1

Orioles - 002 120 000 - 5 11  0
Red Sox - 000 000 001 - 1  4  0
Eduardo Rodriguez failed to last five innings (4.1-8-5-2-5, 83; ERA now 6.97) for the second straight start. In his last three outings, he has allowed 14 runs in 14.1 innings.

The Red Sox were completely shut down by Tyler Wilson (8-3-0-1-6, 100). They managed only two baserunners in the first six innings: Sandy Leon's single and Mookie Betts's walk, both of which came with two outs in the third.

For Baltimore, Adam Jones hit a two-run homer in the third and added a run-scoring double in the fourth.

David Ortiz doubled with one out in the seventh and was stranded at third. In the eighth, Travis Shaw singled with one out, but Wilson struck out both Leon and Betts. Ortiz homered off Brad Brach with two outs in the ninth.

Clay Buchholz pitched the last three innings, allowing only two hits and striking out four.
Tyler Wilson / Eduardo Rodriguez
Betts, RF
Pedroia, 2B
Bogaerts, SS
Ortiz, DH
Ramirez, 1B
Bradley, CF
Castillo, LF
Shaw, 3B
Leon, C

1 comment:

allan said...

"Bogaerts' 96 hits through 64 team games are the most by any Red Sox player in at least the last 100 years, surpassing the prior standard of 95 set by Ted Williams in 1948. He is on pace to collect 243 hits for the year, which would surpass the franchise record for the most hits in a season, a standard currently set by Wade Boggs in 1985, when he tallied 240 hits."