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Tillman one-hits Red Sox over 8 as Orioles roll
ESPN.com Updated Sep 28, 2012
Chris Tillman pitched eight innings of one-hit ball, Ryan Flaherty hit his first career grand slam and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Boston Red Sox 9-1 Friday night to secure their grip on the top AL wild-card spot.Share Tweet
Following epic Game 162, Orioles on a rollOne year ago Friday in an epic Game 162, the Orioles recorded a 4-3 walk-off victory vs. the Red Sox and the Rays pulled out a stunning come-from-behind win against the Yankees to punch their playoff ticket and end Boston's season.Share Tweet
On anniversary of collapse, Sox not seeking revengeExactly one year to the date of completing the biggest September collapse in baseball history, the Red Sox were right back at Camden Yards, but with a much different feel in the air.Share TweetJason Varitek's special assistant job with the Red Sox will have him all over the place. He won't be only a catching instructor or only a talent evaluator, and he's likely to make plenty of stops outside of Boston and Fort Myers, Fla., too.Share TweetESPN.com Sep 28, 2012No federal criminal charges will be brought in the case of the video game company owned by former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling, which received a $75 million state loan guarantee before going belly up, the U.S. Attorney's office in Rhode Island said Fr…Share Tweet
Wieters to miss game after birth of first childOrioles catcher Matt Wieters will miss Friday night's series opener against the Red Sox after his wife gave birth to the couple's first child earlier in the day.Share TweetCNNSI.com Sep 28, 2012It's not the Red Sox or Braves of 2011, but it's still a collapse, writes Cliff Corcoran. He looks at the White Sox's losing streak, another September surge by the Rays and more.Share Tweet
Orioles Crush Red SoxSep 28Chris Tillman throws a one-hitter against Red Sox.
Peter King: Seahawks defense playing bigger than reputationSep 28Defensive end Chris Clemons has much in common with his peers on the Seattle defense: They're good, they're unknown, and they don't care.
John Clayton's Last CallSep 28The Texans and Falcons appear to be the class of their respective conferences, writes John Clayton.
Bill Simmons empties out his inbox and makes Week 4 picksSep 28It's a final cleansing of the Sports Guy's inbox, plus Week 4 picks.