Found June 06, 2012 on
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Red Sox (28-27)
Pitching: RHP Josh Beckett (4-5, 4.26)
Pitching: LHP Wei-Yin Chen (4-2, 3.75)
BEST OF MAXIM
Josh Beckett pitched great on Wednesday night. The Orioles didn't care. Beckett was a hard-luck loser after spinning a gem through eight innings against the O's, but Baltimore was able to string together a few hits and scratch across enough runs to spoil his night. NESN Nation's Dan Duquette is still giving Beckett our "Disappointing Duel" award after this one...
Josh Beckett threw just 92 pitches in eight innings of work on Wednesday night and wanted more. The success-starved starter has been searching for a win in each of his last four starts, but once again came up empty against the Orioles. The 32-year-old allowed just two runs and five hits over eight innings of outstanding work, turning in his eighth quality start in 11 chances this...
Here is Boston Red Sox pitcher Josh Beckett drinking beer and playing poker. Two World Series rings and a World Series MVP award means you can do whatever you want on your off days.
Picture via terezowens.com
The Red Sox couldn't get anything going on offense, wasting a superb start by Josh Beckett and falling to the AL East-leading Orioles 2-1.
Beckett went eight strong, throwing just 92 pitches in the effort. He scattered five hits, walked one, and struck out five. For all the hulabaloo over him in the offseason, Josh's ERA is now just a touch over four, and he looks like...
Things looked bleak for the Red Sox on May 10 after Josh Beckett was knocked around Fenway Park. Not only was the disastrous start part of the whole golf outing fisasco, it also dropped Boston to a season-high seven games under .500. From there, though, the Sox got red-hot, going 14-5 to end the month, capping off a 15-14 record for the month that had them two games over .500 heading...
BOSTON -- Whether it's a slugfest or pitcher's duel, Baltimore seems to have a decided edge over Boston. The Orioles improved to 5-0 in Fenway Park this season with a 2-1 victory over the Red Sox on Wednesday night, getting seven solid innings from starter Wei-Yin Chen the lights-out save from closer Jim Johnson. Baltimore finished with just five hits, but three of them...
The Red Sox offense knows that the outcome of Wednesday night's 2-1 loss to the Orioles could have been different. Granted, you have to tip your cap to Orioles' starter Wei-Yin Chen -- who gave up just 7 hits, no walks and one run over 7 innings -- but it feels like Josh Beckett outdueled his Orioles counterpart. Beckett, who himself gave up just five hits in eight innings...
On Wednesday night, the Orioles won their second straight game in Boston, 2-1, as Wei-Yin Chen bested the Red Sox’s Josh Beckett. They are 32-24 and lead the division by ½ a game over the New York Yankees.
The Orioles, as well know have struggled over the past few weeks; however, maybe the Boston Red Sox are the elixir for Baltimore’s issues. They have won seven straight against...
Back to .500 for the Boston Red Sox after their third straight loss last night.
Gone are the days when you can look at the schedule and say well 18 games against the Baltimore Orioles means about 12-15 wins. So far in 2012, the Orioles have owned the Red Sox and the worst part about it is the fact that the local nine hasn't beaten them at home yet.
On any other night, an...
The offense struggled once again Wednesday night, managing only one run on seven hits.
For the first time in over a week, the Boston Red Sox have fallen back to .500 thanks to a three-game losing streak in their finale against the Toronto Blue Jays and their first two of the series against the Baltimore Orioles. The Sox more recently spoiled a fine start from Josh Beckett,...
After a quick road-trip up to Toronto, the Red Sox return to Fenway Park on Tuesday night to take on the second-place Baltimore Orioles. Jon Lester, Josh Beckett and Clay Buccholz are all slated to take the mound during the series, and the Sox will need solid outings from all three to string together some wins and claw their way toward the top of the American League East. Lester...
Wei-Yin Chen scattered seven hits over seven innings and the Baltimore Orioles set a franchise record with their seventh straight victory in Boston, beating the Red Sox 2-1 on Wednesday night.
The Orioles, who knocked Boston out of the postseason on the final night of the regular season last year, have won 12 of the past 15 meetings. They are 5-0 at Fenway Park this season.
Baltimore manager Buck Showalter decided it was time to let Wei-Yin Chen handle things on his own a little more.
The rookie left-hander passed the test.
Chen scattered seven hits over seven innings and the Orioles set a franchise record with their seventh straight victory in Boston, beating the Red Sox 2-1 on Wednesday night.
Chen's most important inning was the seventh, when...