Just the stats

Checking in with some stats and notes before the Orioles and Red Sox meet in Game 3 of their series tonight.

* Over his last six games, Chris Davis is 9-for-24 (.375) with a homer and four RBIs. Over his last 10 games, Davis is batting .395 (15-for-38) with six doubles, a homer, seven RBIs and five multi-hit games.

* Vlad Guerrero is batting .406 (13-for-32) during an eight-game batting streak. Over his past 14 games, Guerrero is 25-for-58 for an average of .431 with five doubles, one triple, two homers, eight RBIs and nine multi-hit games. Guerrero has three homers and 12 RBIs in 19 games this month.

* The Orioles bullpen recently pitched to an ERA of 0.86 during a nine-game stretch. But, over the last five games, the bullpen has allowed 21 earned runs over 17 1/3 for an ERA of 10.90. Of course, 12 of those runs came in Game 2 last night.

* During a four-game stretch last week, Orioles’ starting pitchers gave up five earned runs over 28 innings for a 1.61 ERA. Over the last three games, the starters have given up 16 earned runs over 12 2/3 for a 11.37 ERA.

* Over his last 16 games, Robert Andino is batting .322 (19-for-59) with two homers and eight RBIs.

* Nick Markakis snapped a 2-for-24 slump, going 2-for-3 last night with a triple and two RBIs in Boston.

* Nolan Reimold has three homers and seven RBIs over his last six games while J.J. Hardy has two homers and six RBIs over his past five games.

*Matt Wieters has three homers over his last six games, seven in his last 19 and 10 homers over his last 28 games.

* Over the last six games, the Orioles have hit 11 homers and scored 37 runs.

* The Orioles are 13-16 in their last 29 games against Boston. They are 4-9 against the Sox this year, including a mark of 1-6 at Fenway Park. The Orioles are 6-24 in their last 30 games in Boston since July 12, 2008.

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