Boston Red Sox defeat Baltimore Orioles, 3-2

You can't really call them the Cardiac Kids.

If anything, the young players the Red Sox have brought up have kept the heartbeats of management fairly steady. When you dip into the farm for reinforcements to fill in for injured and tired veterans, you don't always get a boost. The Red Sox have.

"I love it," said Mike Lowell, who knocked in two of the three runs in Boston's 3-2 win over the Baltimore Orioles yesterday at Fenway Park, a day after Clay Buchholz shocked the ...

BOSTON -- For the Orioles, the feeling of helplessness that arose from Clay Buchholz's dominance Saturday night was replaced by frustration yesterday afternoon, stemming from missed opportunities and base-running errors that again left them one run short.

A night after being no-hit by Buchholz in his second major league start and managing only four base runners, the Orioles had plenty of scoring chances against Boston Red Sox pitching, but squandered most of them in a 3...

MISSED OPPORTUNITIES

A day after being no-hit by Boston rookie Clay Buchholz, the Orioles found scoring chances more plentiful in the series finale but squandered most of them. Miguel Tejada, after tagging up, was thrown out at home by right fielder J.D. Drew in the fourth inning. Kevin Millar was caught too far off second base in the sixth after Melvin Mora's RBI single. In the eighth, Nick Markakis reached third base with one out but was stranded after Millar and Aubr...