For the Orioles, their 4-2 win in Boston Friday night was the perfect example of a typical 2012 game: solid starting pitching, terrific relief work, and just enough offense to pull it out.
The Orioles scored seven runs in the first two innings, and got a terrific start from Chris Tillman in beating Seattle 10-4 Monday night.
The Orioles recovered from a first inning, 2-0 deficit with plenty of offense and pitching that was good enough Sunday, beating the Oakland A’s 9-5.
Chris Davis homered in the Orioles 3-2 loss against the AL Wild Card leading A’s.
Manny Machado and the Orioles won a 14-inning thriller, and officially ended their long losing ways.
JJ Hardy hit two home runs in the Orioles 9-2 clobbering over Tampa Bay.
Zach Britton had a tough afternoon against the Yankees.
Mark Reynolds and the Orioles combined to hit six home runs in their dramatic win over the Yankees.