Red Sox in rain delay heading into sixth inning
|04.10.13 at 8:49 pm ET|
The game between the Red Sox and Orioles was put into a rain delay starting at 8:41 p.m. The teams were heading into the sixth inning before crew chief Jeff Joyce called for the grounds crew.
At the time of the delay the teams were tied, 3-3, with the Orioles having scored a pair of runs in the fourth inning to wipe out the Red Sox’ two-run lead.
Red Sox starter Ryan Dempster had gone five innings, allowing three runs (one earned) on three hits, striking out seven and walking two. The righty threw 93 pitches, 60 for strikes.
After falling into a 1-0 hole in the first inning, the Sox back with a run in the second and two more the following frame. Plating the runs for the Sox were Jarrod Saltalamacchia‘s RBI double, Jacoby Ellsbury’s run-scoring triple, and a sacrifice fly from Shane Victorino, scoring Ellsbury.
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