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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Miguel Gonzalez
Steve Pearce homered and scored twice to help Wei-Yin Chen earn his ninth victory, and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Washington Nationals 4-3 on Thursday night for their eighth win in 10 games.
Baltimore Orioles starter Miguel Gonzalez failed to keep the Houston Astros guessing past the sixth inning Friday night.
Miguel Gonzalez was dominant in the first four innings. Then, he suddenly lost control.
Baltimore has been leaning on its bullpen and the bill came due Tuesday night.
The Baltimore Orioles appear to be getting the pitching they so desperately need to be contenders in the AL East.
In spite of their inability to pull out of a horrific hitting slump, the Tampa Bay Rays are still hovering around .500 and remain in the thick of the AL East race.
Masahiro Tanaka made Adam Jones look silly in his first two at-bats. Still, the All-Star center fielder who is always at the ready with a not-so-safe opinion wasn't all that impressed by the young Japanese pitcher.
Masahiro Tanaka shook his head and laughed when he was asked about that bubbly Japanese pop song he warmed up to - the one that was written just for him and hasn't been released yet.
Miguel Cabrera reached another milestone in powerful fashion: a four-hit day highlighted by a home run for his 2,000th hit.
Miguel Gonzalez got through five innings in his final spring start, giving up four runs as the split-squad Baltimore Orioles beat the Boston Red Sox 5-4 Wednesday.
Miguel Gonzalez proved to be an excellent substitute for the Baltimore Orioles, pitching six innings of three-hit ball Friday in an 8-0 victory over an Atlanta Braves split-squad.
Adam Jones singled and scored a run in his return to Baltimore's lineup, but the Orioles lost to the Toronto Blue Jays 4-3 in 10 innings Sunday.
Baltimore Orioles pitcher Miguel Gonzalez left Friday's game with the Philadelphia Phillies in the fifth inning after he was hit by Cameron Rupp's line drive.
The Phillies enter 2014 with talent across the board, but health could be their biggest concern.
The highest-paid player in baseball could only sit and watch when Raul Ibanez pinch hit for him and tied the game with a bottom-of-the-ninth home run.
"They've been playing good ball," Gonzalez said of the Astros. "You just have to tip your hat to them. We kept them there, but we came up a little short."
"I was rushing a little bit, but I thought I made my pitches when I needed to," Gonzalez (3-4) said. "They just capitalized - they were sitting on fastballs - and you just have to work a little bit more on mixing in a little bit more pitches toward the end."