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Latest Bud Norris Items
Nelson Cruz's two latest home runs weren't enough to keep the Baltimore Orioles from leaving town with a second straight loss.
Nelson Cruz might not have to carry the Baltimore Orioles' offense anymore, now that Chris Davis and Adam Jones are starting to find their groove.
In the span of just a couple innings, the Baltimore Orioles went from struggling to break up a perfect game to having the winning run on second base with two outs in the ninth inning.
Bud Norris insisted he was just trying to get an out with an inside pitch.
Mark Buehrle became the first seven-game winner in the majors, Jose Bautista and Brett Lawrie homered and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Los Angeles Angels 7-3 Monday night to avoid a four-game sweep.
Naturally, Bud Norris insisted he wasn't throwing at Torii Hunter. The timing of the pitch - and where it landed - suggested otherwise.
Adam Jones called Baltimore's lineup "scary" after back-to-back double digit outbursts against Toronto.
Baltimore starter Bud Norris could use a little offensive support, although he was pleased to see how quickly his teammates came to his defense.
Bud Norris vs. Rick Porcello was no contest - and not even a gallant ninth-inning rally could help the Baltimore Orioles overcome their starting pitcher's tough day.