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The Baltimore starter, who entered with a 5.37 ERA, pitched eight innings, allowed only two runs and needed just 107 pitches to do it. He walked none and struck out eight.
For the first time since 1997, the Baltimore Orioles are coming off a year that calls for an encore.
These Birds don't rattle easily.
For eight innings, the New York Yankees and Baltimore Orioles staged a magnificent duel worthy of two division foes that split 18 games during the regular season and finished two games apart in the standings.
Having already reached this far against all odds, the Baltimore Orioles aren't about to let another key injury and the pressure of being in a pennant race deter their effort to secure a postseason berth for the first time since 1997.
Eager to bolster an inexperienced pitching staff during their first playoff run since 1997, the Baltimore Orioles obtained left-hander Joe Saunders on Sunday in a trade with the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Luis Leon Sanchez of Spain won the 14th stage of the Tour de France and Bradley Wiggins kept the yellow jersey Sunday when at least 30 riders were slowed by flat tires from tacks thrown onto the road.
Texas Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish was hit by a line drive during one All-Star game in Japan. He's hoping to avoid that mishap on Tuesday.
The sound it made off of Jesus Flores' bat was so clean. It was flush, and loud, and pure. One crack of the bat like that, it seemed, and the Washington Nationals' night of offensive misery at Camden Yards against Jason Hammel was over.