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BSJ Game Report: Red Sox 4, Orioles 0 – Bogaerts, Price team up to blank Orioles

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All you need to know, in quickie form, about the Red Sox' 4-0 win over the Orioles, complete with BSJ analysis and insight:

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Second shutout: As poorly as the Red Sox have pitched as a staff this season, Sunday marked the second shutout of 2019 and second in the last week. (The Sox also got a 1-0 win in Arizona a week ago in a bullpen game started by Hector Velazquez). This also marked the second quality start in the last three games for the Sox, so maybe there's hope yet for a rotation which began the year in such inauspicious fashion. A big improvement has been made when it comes to limiting the long ball. After Red Sox pitchers seemingly allowed them by the bushel on the first three series, they have not allowed any in the last two games or five of the last seven. Starter David Price bore down when it was necessary, holding the Orioles to 0-for-7 with runners in scoring position, then got scoreless innings in relief from both Ryan Brasier and Matt Barnes.

Bogaerts supplies all the necessary offense: