Maybe in some parallel universe, mild-mannered pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez would throw at an opposing hitter while he's pitching a no-hitter. Mind you, it was very early in a possible no-hitter, but you have to think that Jimenez would be too concerned with continuing his comeback from his disappointing...
Too early for bullpen angst: Hard to blame anyone for wondering what's going on with the Orioles bullpen, which opened the regular season by giving up runs in each of the club's first 10 games. O's relievers never came close to running up a dubious streak like that last year.
It's far too early to draw any sweeping conclusions about the way the Orioles' lineup seems to have evolved over the past offseason, but it's an intriguing proposition.
Two-run homer in the eighth inning provides insurance as Blue Jays win series
Knuckleballer Eddie Gamboa got the call every minor leaguer dreams of on Saturday and rushed to Baltimore to join the Orioles in the middle of their 7-1 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays, but he's not likely to be here very long.
Orioles first baseman Chris Davis just missed an opposite-field home run in Friday's home opener at Camden Yards, but he left no doubt with his mammoth homer to left-center field in the first inning of Saturday night's 7-1 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays.