The stadium scoreboard on the historic left-field wall of Fenway Park told the unusual story of another Orioles loss Sunday. The Orioles had 13 hits, one more than the Boston Red Sox, but failed to score in a 5-0 loss that ended another frustrating road series in perplexing fashion.
An Orioles team that’s found unique ways to lose all season discovered a new one, stranding a season-high 14 base runners.
Each of the Orioles’ first 12 hits were singles. Jace Peterson led off the ninth inning with a double for the first extra-base hit but was stranded at third to end the game.
“I was there,” manager Buck Showalter said. “It’s hard to get 13 hits and not score any runs. We...
The Philadelphia Phillies and the Cincinnati Reds listen to the national anthem before the start of game 1 of NLDS on Wednesday, October 6, 2010 at Citizens Bank Park.