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Monday, 30 September 2013 14:57

Boston Red Sox/Baltimore Orioles Recap

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The Balitmore Orioles were the one team that had the Boston Red Sox's number all season long and they proved it in their last series of the season. The Orioles won their final game of the season 7-5 and win two out of three over the AL East Champions and  the season series 11-8. Let's recap each game of the three game series. 

 

Friday:       Red Sox 12   Orioles 3

W:  C. Buchholz

L: S. Feldman 

 

Clay Buchholz allowed three runs and seven hits in seven innings as he win his 12 win of the season. David Ortiz and Daniel Nava both hit three-run homeruns for the Red Sox.  

The Red Sox, who led 5-0 before Buchholz even stepped on the mound hit for the cycle as a team in the first inning. Mike Napoli had an RBI double, Nava sent a first-pitch curveball in the right-field bleachers, and Stephen Drew hit an RBI triple to complete the first inning cycle. 

 

Saturday:   Orioles 6 Red Sox 5

W: K. Gausman

L:  J. Tazawa

S. J. Johnson 

The Orioles have won 10 of 18 from the Red Sox as they took Saturday's game 6-5. This the second consecutive year Baltimore has taken the season series. 

Red Sox pitcher Jon Lester gave up four runs and nine hits in five innings. He had a streak of nine starts without allowing a home run, but Brian Roberts' solo homerun in the third ended that. 

Bruce Chen allowed three runs and nine hits in five and 1/3 innings and ended up with his sixth consecutive no-decision.

Kevin Gausman (3-5) pitched one and 1/3 innings to get the win, and closer Jim Johnson pitched the ninth for his 49th save.

 

Sunday: Orioles 7    Red Sox 6

W: T. McFarland (4-1)

L: R. De La Rosa (0-2)

 

S: J. Johnson (50)

 

The Red Sox wrapped up the regular season Sunday with a 7-6 loss to the  Baltimore Orioles. The Red Sox finished 97-65, tied with the St. Louis Cardinals for the best record in baseball. Boston will open its division series at Fenway Park on Friday against the winner of the one game AL's wild-card playoff. 

 

Orioles closer Josh Johnson, who had 51 saves last year, became the second player in major league history with back-to-back 50-save seasons, joining Eric Gagne. 

 

T.J McFarland got the win for the Orioles, who end the 2013 season with a 85-77 record.