Outfielder Lew Ford returned to the starting lineup Saturday. He had been out since Sunday with a bone bruise near his hip. Friday night's one-hitter against the Red Sox marked the second time in club history that the Orioles have held Boston to one or fewer hits. Tom Phoebus no-hit the Red Sox on April 27, 1968. First baseman Mark Reynolds entered Saturday's game hitting .337 (33-for-98) with 10 doubles, 13 homers and 30 RBIs in 28 games against the Red Sox and Yankees this season. With Chris Davis' 30th home run of the season in Saturday's game, the Orioles have their sixth 30-homer duo in a season -- Adam Jones has 32 -- in club history. J.J. Hardy and Reynolds accomplished the feat last season, as did Brady Anderson and Rafael Palmeiro in 1996, Eddie Murray and Larry Sheets in 1987 and Boog Powell and Frank Robinson in 1966 and 1969. Catcher Taylor Teagarden has nine RBIs and nine hits this season, the second time in his career that he's had as many or more RBIs as hits (17 RBI, 15 hits in 2008).