Now that the Orioles put their club-record 13-game road losing streak in the past, they were hoping to start some winning momentum Saturday night in Boston.
Instead, the Orioles — despite matching the Red Sox with six hits apiece — struck out 13 times in a 6-3 loss on a rain-soaked night at Fenway Park.
“It’s them and us,” Orioles manager Buck Showalter said. “It’s something we’ve been challenged with and [it’s magnified] when you face even better pitching. … You look at the guys they ran out there at the end (closer Craig Kimbrel), the starting pitching. That’s why you make commitments like that to those type of people. They’re good pitchers.”
Right-hander Dylan Bundy...