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Major League Baseball
Baltimore 9, Boston 5
When: 1:05 PM ET, Sunday, May 1, 2022
Where: Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore, Maryland
Temperature: 63°
Umpires: Home - Ryan Blakney, 1B - Marvin Hudson, 2B - Adrian Johnson, 3B - John Tumpane
Attendance: 19117

Jordan Lyles worked out of trouble across six innings and the Baltimore Orioles defeated the visiting Boston Red Sox 9-5 on Sunday.

Rougned Odor homered and the light-hitting Orioles racked up 13 hits.

The Orioles have won back-to-back games for just the second time this season, this time following a five-game losing streak. Lyles struck out six, but he didn't return after a rain delay of more than 90 minutes in the bottom of the sixth.

The Red Sox lost for the third time in their last four games, nearly failing to score more than one run in any of those setbacks until J.D. Martinez's grand slam in the ninth. Starting pitcher Nick Pivetta (0-4) took the loss.

Lyles (2-2) gave up seven hits, three walks and one hit batter in his first five innings. Yet the Red Sox let him escape jams, stranding 10 runners in all.

Boston took a 1-0 lead in the fifth when Xander Bogaerts led off with a double and eventually scored on Franchy Cordero's sacrifice fly.

The Orioles were quick to respond, with the first three batters in the bottom of the inning reaching base. That sequence was capped by Tyler Nevin's two-run single.

Later in the inning, Anthony Santander's sacrifice fly made it 3-1.

Odor's first home run of the season led off the bottom of the sixth with a blast to right field in the rain off Kutter Crawford. After one more batter, the game entered the delay.

The Orioles tacked on five more runs in the sixth after the delay. Jorge Mateo had a two-run double, Santander belted a two-run single and Ryan Mountcastle provided a run-scoring single.

Those hits contributed to a season-high run total. Baltimore hadn't scored more than five runs in any of its previous seven victories this season.

Martinez finished with three hits, while Rafael Devers and Jaylin Davis -- an outfielder in his first start with the Red Sox since he was claimed off waivers from San Francisco a few days earlier -- both had two hits for Boston.

--Field Level Media

Top Game Performances
Starting Pitchers
Boston   Baltimore
Nick Pivetta Player Jordan Lyles
Loss W/L Win
4.1 IP 6.0
5 Strikeouts 6
6 Hits 7
6.23 ERA 1.50
Boston   Baltimore
J.D. Martinez Player Anthony Santander
3 Hits 2
4 RBI 3
1 HR 0
6 TB 2
.600 Avg .667
Team Stats Summary
Team Hits HR TB Avg LOB K RBI BB SB Errors
Boston 11 1 17 .314 17 7 5 4 0 1
Baltimore 13 1 18 .371 19 6 9 4 0 0