|Cook took a no-hitter into the sixth|
They scored their first run when Nate McClouth singled to right-center, also moving runners up to the corners with one out. The next play should've been a double play ball as Aaron Cook cleanly fielded a groundball back to him. However, he threw it away to allow a run to score and make it 2-2. That was when Matt Wieters hit a ground-rule double to the warning track in left to give the O's a lead. Two more would score on a Mark Reynolds single to make it 5-2 and end Cook's night. The Red Sox got a run back on an RBI groundout in the seventh but it wasn't enough and they fell 5-3.
Craig Breslow- 1.1 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 1 K
Jacoby Ellsbury- 2-4, 1 2B, 1 RBI
Carl Crawford- 0-2, 2 RBI
Scott Podsednik- 1-2, 1 R
Nick Punto- 1-4, 2 R
Cody Ross- 0-4, 3 K, 3 LOB
Mike Aviles- 0-4, 1 LOB
Player of the Game:
Jacoby Ellsbury- Ellsbury's RBI double in the fifth was one of few offensive bright spots for the Red Sox as he almost knocked his second home run-- he is now .270/1/11.