Red Sox 4, Orioles 2
Boston's David Ross and Orioles catcher Matt Wieters exchange words as umpire Mark Carlson looks on in the seventh inning after an inside pitch from right-hander Bud Norris. (Jim Rogash / Getty Images /April 19, 2014)
The New York Mets held up posting their lineup for a while this afternoon, waiting on who’d be starting for the Orioles.
Jake Arrieta was scheduled – and Jake Arrieta it will be.
Although he almost was wiped out by what he thinks was a bad pork chop at the team hotel in Atlanta on Saturday night.
Arrieta said he had terrible food poisoning on Sunday, couldn’t keep any food down. And the Orioles wanted to see how he was this afternoon before allowing him to make his start.
But Arrieta said this afternoon that he was fine and ready to go.
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