MLB’s best team, the Boston Red Sox, drubbed its worst, the Baltimore Orioles, 19-3 on Wednesday.
Game 1 ✔️
Win 107 ✔️
— Red Sox (@RedSox) September 26, 2018
Games like this have become something of a recurring theme for the Orioles in 2018. It was the 112th loss in a miserable season, surpassing the franchise futility record set in 1939, when they were the St. Louis Browns.
The world of Twitter had a lot to say about Wednesday’s performance.
Ladies and Gentleman, the 2018 Orioles! pic.twitter.com/GIRwqF6dG4
— SI MLB (@si_mlb) September 26, 2018
I'm just gonna say it. I don't think it's the Orioles' year.
— Jared Carrabis (@Jared_Carrabis) September 26, 2018
A team playing for nothing just beat the Orioles by 16 runs. Let that sink in. https://t.co/5QA2GFJKRl
— Juan Soto Stan Account (@CaughtLpodcast) September 26, 2018
I nodded off and the Orioles blew up. They need to put a warning label on this team. May cause drowsiness and extreme nausea. #112losses
— Laura Wagner (@rlecwag) September 26, 2018
The Orioles aren't good and never were going to be, but their season ending schedule is some kind of cruel joke:
3 @ Yankees
3 @ Red Sox
4 vs Astros
That's 10 games against clearly the three best teams in baseball.
— Mike Petriello (@mike_petriello) September 26, 2018
The Orioles are now 61.5 games out of first place in the #ALEast.
— Amal Shah (@AmalShah1) September 26, 2018
So….If the @RedSox and @Orioles played every day for 2 more months — and if the Sox lost all of their games and the O's won all of theirs….The Sox would still come out ahead. 🤯 pic.twitter.com/Ccf23xXjPe
— Larry Kunz (@larry_kunz) September 26, 2018
The good news? That’s not going to be an issue. Mercifully, the Orioles will be all done with baseball in 2018 after Sunday.
The bad news? They’re not quite done with the Red Sox on Wednesday. This was only Game 1 of a doubleheader.