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Morning All, Its game one with the Baltimore Orioles at The Cell today. John Danks has the mound duties today to open the series. Grab a drink and see you for the first pitch. ***First Inning *0 – 0 Orioles - (ground out to pitcher)(flied out to left)(ground out to short) Sox – De Aza(pop out to third), Ramirez(double), Rios(struck out), Dunn(popped out to left), ***Second Inning *0 – 0 Orioles - (flied out to left)(walk)(lined out to right)(ground out to third) Sox -  Konerko(struck out), Gillaspie(single to left), Viciedo(struck out), Beckham(single,Gillaspie to second) Flowers(struck out), ***Third Inning *1 – 0 (Baltimore Lead) Orioles -(struck out) (HOME RUN) (single to left)(single to left, runner to second)(flied out to right)(lined out to second) Sox -  De Aza(struck out), Ramirez(ground out to second), Rios(single), Dunn(flies out to right), ***Fourth Inning *1 – 1 Orioles - (ground out to first)(struck out)(fouled out to short) Sox - Konerko(flied out to center), Gillaspie(walk), Viciedo(single,Gillaspie to second) Beckham(single,Gillaspie scores,Viciedo to second) Flowers(struck out), De Aza(flied out to right), ***Fifth Inning *1 – 1 Orioles - (ground out to second)(popped out to third)(ground into fielders choice to third,out at 2nd) Sox - Ramirez(flied out to right), Rios(ground out to third), Dunn(ground out to second), ***Sixth Inning *2 – 1 (Sox Lead) Orioles - (fouled out to catcher)(struck out)(flied out to right) Sox -  Konerko,(fly out to center) Gillaspie(HOME RUN), Viciedo(ground out to second), Beckham(fly out to right) ***Seventh Inning *5 – 1 (Sox Lead) Orioles - (flied out to right)(struck out)(single)(ground into fielders choice to short,out at second) Sox -  Flowers(ground out to short), De Aza(hit by pitch), Ramirez(single,safe at second from steal), Rios(single,De Aza scores,Ramirez out in rundown) Dunn(HOME RUN,Rios scores), Konerko(struck out), ***Eighth Inning *5 – 2 (Sox Lead) Nate Jones has the keys to the mound,John Danks in the showers Nate Jones is now passing off to Matt Thornton Orioles - (single to right)(walk)(hit into double play)(single,runner scores)(fly out to right) Sox - Gillaspie(struck out), Viciedo(ground out to short), Beckham(single to left), Flowers(ground out to third), ***Ninth Inning *5 – 2 (Sox Lead) Addison Reed in to close the office Jordan Danks into Center Orioles - (fouled out to third)(fly out to left)(double)(struck out) It was a good solid outing by John Danks today. Good solid batting with a Home-run by Conor Gillaspie. John gets the win with Addison picking up his 22 save. Hector Santiago is on the mound tomorrow in the second game of the series. See you on the field Cricket This article has been read (2) times
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