Last night at Camden Yards, the winds of change -- literally and figuratively -- were in the air. The big news yesterday was not the victory that Baltimore had over Toronto, but it looks like the youth movement and the future of the organization will be showed in the weeks and months to come. In other words, the future is now.
Rookie pitcher Jason Berken -- who was not even given an invitation to Spring Training -- was effective as he gave up two runs in five innings of work earning his first major league win. He did get touched up early and missed his spots at points; however, he battled throughout his outing and kept Baltimore in the game.
Nolan Reimold hit his first Camden Yard homer in the eighth inning, and Aubrey Huff added a solo shot -- his his 8th -- in the second inning. Brian Roberts drove in two runs, with Jones hitting his 11th home run -- a two run shot -- to give Baltimore the lead in the fifth inning.