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Plenty of times, a starting pitcher has gotten hit around a bit and you heard them say they felt good out there.
The Orioles beat the Boston Red Sox today, before a packed house of Orioles' orange, 6-3.
Jon Lester 's long and winding road of frustration continued Sunday afternoon in Baltimore.
Lester opened his career 14-0 against the Orioles the longest winning streak to open a career of any pitcher against them but it finally appears the team has figured him out.
Ty Whittaker was sitting on his couch, perusing the Internet on his iPad last month when he saw the horrifying news: an EF5 tornado had ravaged Moore, Okla., and the surrounding area.
Then he took a step back on Tuesday against the A's, allowing six runs -- including two home runs -- on eight hits in his fifth loss this season.
Mike Carp hit a two-run home run and Jonny Gomes added a solo shot, as Boston held on late to down Baltimore, 5-4, in the third edition of a four-game series from Camden Yards.
Things are certainly noisy in Camden Yards these days. The Park is filling up and fans, after years of getting drubbed, have something to cheer about.
Detroit Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera continues to lead the American League in total votes as the third update of balloting for the 2013 All-Star Game was released Saturday.
Chris Tillman pitched six-plus shutout innings, and the Orioles beat the Red Sox, 2-0, at Camden Yards on Friday to take a 2-0 lead in the four-game set.
The Red Sox came into Friday night's 2-0 loss to the Orioles with 355 runs, 25 more than the next closest club, but the Orioles have held them to just three hits in no runs in the last 15 innings, stretching to the final 15 frames of Thursday's 13-inning, 5-4 loss.
Without asking, the Red Sox took a cue from the Bruins in Chicago Wednesday night and fell to the Orioles in 13 innings last night.