Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Quick Hits: The Game Last Night, A Quick Roundup, "Wild" Bill...

The Baltimore Orioles hung in strong against Seattle; however, the eighth inning did them in. With the score tied, 2-2, Mariners’ designated hitter, Jose Vidro did the Birds in last night with a single that drove in runs off starter Jeremy Guthrie.

In the end, that made the difference as Seattle downed Baltimore, 4-2.

Guthrie, who started the game for Baltimore had a solid outing, but took the loss as he allowed four runs – three earned – on the evening.

Seattle reliever J.J. Putz came off the disabled and earned his second save of the season.

Starter Felix Hernandez gave up two runs on six hits in seven innings of work.

Both of Baltimore’s runs came off a Kevin Millar RBI and Aubrey Huff solo home run.

Here are recaps of the game from the Washington Post, Baltimore Sun, The Baltimore Examiner, & site.

MASN’s Amber Theoharis has her thoughts from last night, as does the Orioles Hangout.

Meanwhile, Adam Loewen is not hurt, despite the concerns about he attempting to come back from his injuries & he’s working extra hard. Francisco Cabrera and Freddie Bynum are rehabbing.

Chris Ray is on the mend, but in the meantime, he’s got a new hobby – restoring a recently purchased 1992 Mustang GT. Speaking of the bullpen, they are glad to have Matt Albers in the fold, and so far this season, it’s been a great relief.

The Baltimore Sun’s Rick Maese has a great piece on the site today on a group of Oriole fans who decided to honor “Wild” Bill Hagy last weekend when the Yankees were in town.

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