(Boston) Trey Mancini and Austin Hays both hit a double good for two runs in the third inning and the Baltimore Orioles crushed the Boston Red Sox 11-3 on Sunday.
The Red Sox lost their first three games of the season at Fenway Park for the first time since 1948.
Cedric Mullins has been on base in his five batting appearances for the Orioles. He managed to cross plate three times, in addition to enjoying a walk in the seventh. He had four hits in the first four innings.
Maikel Franco added a double in the first inning to push two of his teammates towards home plate.
Last season, the Red Sox maintained a 24-36 record, their worst winning percentage since 1965.
In his third Major Baseball appearance, Orioles left-handed pitcher Bruce Zimmerman (1-0) allowed three runs, four hits and a walk in six innings, while making five strikeouts to earn his first. victory.
JD Martinez slammed a long solo ball in the fourth inning. He added a double to his record in the sixth, which allowed Enrique Hernandez to come and score.
Red Sox starting pitcher Garrett Richards was kicked out of the game in the third inning as the goals were filled and his team had not put out any opposing hitters.
Six points and seven hits were scored against him.
Richards filled in the goals with two walks and a single from Rio Ruiz early in the third set before Josh Taylor came in for relief. Freddy Galvis enjoyed a walk on four pitches, then Hays hit a double to left field.
Three hitters later, Mancini hit a double in center field. Taylor then made a bad pitch, which allowed the Orioles to add a run, and Ryan Mountcastle hit a single to push another teammate home.
The Orioles added seven fewer in the third inning alone. They were leading 10-1 at the end of it.