Baltimore Orioles defeat Boston Red Sox, 7-3

BOSTON --The last time he faced the Baltimore Orioles at Fenway Park, Clay Buchholz overcame the nerves of his second major-league start and the mounting pressure of making baseball history to pitch a no-hitter.

Looks like he didn't get all the jitters out of his system.

Brian Roberts greeted Buchholz with a game-opening double and was a home run short of the cycle Friday night as Baltimore knocked the Red Sox right-hander around in the first inning and beat Boston 7...

A recap of the Orioles' 7-3 win over the Red Sox last night:

No no-no

Making his second major league start on Sept. 1, Boston Red Sox rookie Clay Buchholz threw a no-hitter against the Orioles. He returned from Triple-A Pawtucket last night to face them again but didn't come close to duplicating his historic feat. Leadoff hitter Brian Roberts lined a double down the left-field line, stole third base and scored on Adam Jones' sacrifice fly. Buchholz also walked three ...

"I think George probably knows himself better than I do," Trembley said. "If he needs more work, I'm not opposed to giving it to him. But I think you've got to be somewhat smart about it."

Sherrill has blown four saves in his past 11 chances. He couldn't hold a one-run lead Thursday.

"I think with George, like anyone else, it's location and finish your pitches," Trembley said. "I watched the tape from last night, and he didn't throw the wrong pitches. He just didn't ...

BOSTON - History wouldn't be repeated last night, which was the first order of business for the Orioles. Before they could rediscover their winning touch, they had to collect at least one hit.

The latest attempt to finish off an opponent would be the final maneuver.

Brian Roberts began the game with a double off Boston Red Sox rookie Clay Buchholz, who no-hit the Orioles in September in only his second major league start, and came within a home run of the cycle. His ...