Orioles complete sweep of Red Sox, wait to learn their postseason fate

Orioles complete sweep of Red Sox, wait to learn their postseason fate

Baltimore : MD : USA | Sep 30, 2012 at 1:52 PM PDT
Source: Baltimore Sun
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The Orioles' 6-3 win over Boston on Sunday afternoon their fourth straight win and 11th of their past 14 wasn't enough to allow the Orioles to celebrate a playoff berth on their home field. After Red Sox catcher Ryan Lavarnway grounded out to shortstop J.J. FULL ARTICLE AT Baltimore Sun
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Boston Red Sox left fielder Carl Crawford (13)
Boston Red Sox left fielder Carl Crawford (13)
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