The Orioles scored three runs in the first inning and that would prove to be plenty as they beat the Red Sox 6-0 on a rainy night in Baltimore.
The Orioles record improved to 33-31 with the win while the Red Sox dropped to 29-36.
Wei-Yin Chen tossed 7.0 innings of four-hit ball with seven strikeouts, becoming the latest opposing pitcher to shut down the Red Sox lineup.
Rubby De La Rosa (5.2 IP, 4 ER) got the start for the Red Sox and quickly ran into trouble in the first. After Nick Markakis was retired, Steve Pearce reached on a walk and Adam Jones plated him with a double. Two batters later, Chris Davis belted a two-run home run to right to make it 3-0.
After Chen got Ortiz to ground into an inning-ending double play in the top of the seventh, the skies opened up, leading to an hour and 38-minute delay.
Play would eventually resume, as the teams returned for a scoreless seventh. Chris Capuano then took over on the mound in the eighth and gave up two bases loaded walks to make it 6-0.
For the Red Sox, it was another poor offensive performance. During one stretch, they were victims of three straight inning-ending double plays. The Sox leave Baltimore having scored only one run in the series. Thankfully, they were able to escape with a win the other night behind some strong pitching.
Next up for Boston is a four-game series with Cleveland, who swept the Red Sox just a little more than a week ago. Jon Lester will get the ball for the Sox on Thursday as they look to get back on track.