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Boston -1.5
Baltimore +1.5

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Community Picks: Boston 58% vs Baltimore 42%

Boston and Baltimore Thread

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The Baltimore Orioles have struggled on offense for much of 2019. Baltimore could not accomplish much on offense in the first five games after the All-Star break, scoring just 12 runs, a big reason the Orioles won just once in that span. The bats were revived late against the visiting Washington Nationals en route to a 9-2 victory on Wednesday, and Baltimore finished with 14 hits in an 11-2 win over the Red Sox in the series opener on Friday night. Continue to Article
July 20, 2019 2:58:am EST
Remember Ryan Lavarnway? In case you need a refresher, he was a catcher in the Red Sox organization from 2011-14. At one point during his time in Triple-A Pawtucket, Lavarnway was regarded as one of the best power-hitting prospects in the International League. Continue to Article
July 19, 2019 11:03:pm EST
Anthony Santander hit a three-run homer, and Keon Broxton added a two-run shot later as the Baltimore Orioles defeated the visiting Boston Red Sox 11-2 in the opener of a weekend series Friday night. The Orioles' offense has awakened in the past two games. They defeated Washington 9-2 on Wednesday night and then banged out the two homers and 14 hits in this contest to win a second straight game. Continue to Article
July 19, 2019 10:27:pm EST
FINAL SCORE: Orioles 11, Red Sox 2 IN BRIEF: David Price's controversy-filled couple of days now includes his worst career outing against the Orioles after he allows six runs (two home runs) in four innings in the Red Sox' 11-2 loss to woeful Baltimore at Camden Yards. BOX SCORE RED SOX RECORD: 53-45 HIGHLIGHTS 1st inning: Alberto singles to left, Mancini walks. Santander hits a three-run homer to center off Price on a 2-and-2 pitch. Continue to Article
July 19, 2019 9:23:pm EST
Mariano Rivera, Mike Mussina, Edgar Martinez, Roy Halladay, Harold Baines and Lee Smith -- comprising one of the most unique Baseball Hall of Fame classes in history. The Induction Sunday attendance record was set in 2007, when 80,000 fans watched the ceremonies celebrating Cal Ripken Jr. and Tony Gwynn, a pair of first-ballot, iconic one-franchise players. Hall of Fame officials and observers have viewed 2019 as a potential record-breaking year ever since Rivera, who collected all of his 652 saves and five World Series rings as a member of the New York Yankees, retired following the 2013 season. Continue to Article
July 19, 2019 5:58:pm EST
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