Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Orioles win close game last night; Hunter delivers on the mound...

A small crowd last night at Camden Yards saw the Orioles win their second game in a row, and their 10th on the season, as they beat the Toronto Blue Jays, 2-1.

There's nothing like a well-pitched, low-scoring ball game, and both teams did that last night.

In the first contest of a three-game set, Tommy Hunter pitched six innings, and only gave up a run to record his second win of the season. Meanwhile, Pedro Strop struck out two in the ninth inning to earn his first major league save. The bullpen came through in a significant way and shutdown the Blue Jays on Tuesday night.

Meanwhile, Henderson Alvarez also pitched well for the Jays; however, he took the loss, giving up two runs in seven innings. He only allowed five hits.

The Orioles with a 10-7 record are among the American League East leaders along with the Yankees, Jays and Rays.

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