For the Orioles:
J.J. Hardy SS
Nick Markakis RF
Adam Jones CF
Vladimir Guerrero DH
Matt Wieters C
Derrek Lee 1B
Mark Reynolds 3B
Nolan Reimold LF
Robert Andino 2B
Mitch Atkins RHP
For the Red Sox:
Orioles starters have completed seven innings just once in the last 25 games and have a 7.41 ERA in 119 innings.
In the last 15 games, the starters are 2-11 with a 9.00 ERA in 68 innings, with only Jeremy Guthrie and Mitch Atkins completing as many as six innings.
The Orioles are 6-20 since June 11 and have a 6.04 ERA. They’re batting .180 (38-for-211) with men in scoring position during that stretch.
In nine games in July, the Orioles are batting .121 (7-for-58) with runners in scoring position. They’re hitting .127 (10-for-79) with RISP in their last 12 games.
The Orioles have made 20 errors in 26 games, leading to 15 unearned runs.
The Orioles are second in the league with 19 outfield assists, trailing only Kansas City (32). Adam Jones leads the club with 11 and Nick Markakis has seven. Jones’ 11 assists lead all major league center fielders.
Kyle Weiland is making his major league debut today for the Red Sox. He was 8-6 with a 3.00 ERA, 99 strikeouts and 37 walks in 93 innings at Triple-A Pawtucket. He led all Triple-A pitchers in opponents’ batting average at .206.
The Red Sox have scored 62 runs in the first inning, second only to the Yankees’ 67. You’ve been warned, Mitch Atkins. Act accordingly.
The Orioles have agreed to terms with 15 draft picks: Mike Wright (3); Kyle Simon (4); Matt Taylor (5); Trent Howard (7); Devin Jones (9); Phillip Wilson (10); Adam Davis (11); Eric Wooten (15); Mark Blackmar (16); Dustin Ward (19); Jose Rivera (21); Jalen Simmons (24); Cameron Edmund (29); Zachary Fowler (34) and Jerome Pena (38).
Josh Bell’s four errors last night tied the Triple-A Norfolk record held by Sergio Ferrer (April 18, 1979.)