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Topic - Ryan Spilborghs
The Colorado Rockies will retire former first baseman Todd Helton's No. 17 on Aug. 17.
Jason Marquis had arguably the worst outing by a Washington Nationals pitcher all year in his last start, allowing seven runs, six of them earned, in just 1 1/3 innings against the Pittsburgh Pirates. After the game, a 10-2 Nationals loss, Marquis was determined to put the start behind him.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Ryan Spilborghs found hitter-friendly Camden Yards to his liking, while Jason Hirsh proved that a pitcher can prosper in the Baltimore Orioles' home.
"It was one of those days, I was hitting the ball well," said Spilborghs, who was recalled from Class AAA Colorado Springs on May 19. "I didn't miss any fastballs."
"I hit those balls pretty good. I didn't see a lot of home runs this weekend, but I noticed during [batting practice] the ball does go out of here a bit," Spilborghs said. "Probably during the day it carries more."