Baltimore Orioles defeat Boston Red Sox, 10-6

BOSTON—Aubrey Huff matched his career high with four hits, including a tying two-run single, and the Baltimore Orioles came from behind twice to hand the Boston Red Sox a rare home loss, 10-6 on Tuesday night.

Baltimore rebounded from deficits of 1-0 and 6-4 and overcame homers by Manny Ramirez and J.D. Drew as the Red Sox lost for only the second time in their last 17 games at Fenway Park.

On a steamy night with a game-time temperature of 93 degrees, the Orioles sco...

The chants of "Beat LA" began in earnest at the Kenmore Square Public Sauna just after 9 last night, the crowd of 37,858 in Fenway Park momentarily overlooking the fact that the Red Sox still had their hands full trying to beat the Baltimore Orioles, an increasingly aggravating proposition this season.

The Orioles made hash of Sox plans to get their fans home in time to see the start of the Celtics game, then made certain that at least one Boston team would be going dow...

BOSTON -- There is nothing that seems to get the Orioles' offense going more than the sight of Hideki Okajima running in from the bullpen to protect a Boston Red Sox lead.

For nearly everyone else, Okajima's entrance, followed by the inevitable Jonathan Papelbon sighting, signifies that the game is just about over. For the Orioles, it has meant an opportunity is at hand.

Trailing by two heading into the seventh after Daniel Cabrera couldn't hold a three-run lead, the...

A recap of the Orioles' 10-6 victory over the Red Sox last night:

Call it a comeback

Trailing by two runs heading into the seventh inning, the Orioles continued their habit of knocking around Red Sox left-handed setup man Hideki Okajima. They loaded the bases off him with one out as Brian Roberts and Melvin Mora sandwiched walks around Nick Markakis' double. Aubrey Huff then lined Okajima's 2-2 pitch into right-center, his two-run single tying the game. Kevin Millar ...