Originally posted on Fenway West  |  Last updated 9/28/12
The Red Sox headed down to Camden Yards to play a few games against the Orioles, who are still in the hunt for the post season and possibly to win the AL East.  The Sox can play spoiler to either the O's or the Yanks, depending on how these games go.  Aaron Cook took the mound for the Sox and didn't last very long.  The Sox took a quick lead when Scott Podsednik got a bunt single and then he scored on a sac fly from Pedroia.  Sox 1-0.  That would be the only hit that the Sox would get against the O's.  Cook took the mound and gave the lead right back to the Os and then some.  Cook gave up a 2 run HR to Davis and then a grand slam to Flaherty to give the Orioles a 6-1 lead.  Cook gave up 2 walks to start the 2nd inning and Bobby V had seen enough.  Alfredo Aceves was in the game with 2 men on base and no outs.  Aceves got a double play and a groundout to get out of the inning without any more damage.  Aceves also pitched himself out of a jam in the 3rd inning when he balked Thome to...
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