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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Ryan Flaherty
The Baltimore Orioles couldn't fully enjoy their strange victory over Tampa Bay.
A five-run lead wasn't enough to save Baltimore from a series of late defensive blunders.
Wei-Yin Chen pitched better than he had all season, and Tampa Bay Rays right-hander Chris Archer was never worse.
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.
"I dropped the ball. Didn't turn the double play like I should have," Flaherty said. "That's the way the rule is. I didn't turn the double play like I should have."
"That's the way the rule is. I didn't turn the double play like I should have," Flaherty said. "We didn't make plays on defense like we should have. That's what happens when you give a good team extra outs."