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The starters are going deep, too. Buck said this would happen. If the starting pitchers can get the Orioles into the seventh inning on a regular basis, the Orioles will get to shake hands at the end of the game a lot more often. The top of the rotation has done its part, pitching deep almost every time out, and the Orioles are 7-2 in the games started by <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT000009873" title="Jake Arrieta" href="/topic/sports/baseball/jake-arrieta-PESPT000009873.topic">Jake Arrieta</a>, <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT000010135" title="Tommy Hunter" href="/topic/sports/baseball/tommy-hunter-PESPT000010135.topic">Tommy Hunter</a> and <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT000010090" title="Jason Hammel" href="/topic/sports/baseball/jason-hammel-PESPT000010090.topic">Jason Hammel</a> (pictured).

( Reuters photo / April 14, 2012 )

The starters are going deep, too. Buck said this would happen. If the starting pitchers can get the Orioles into the seventh inning on a regular basis, the Orioles will get to shake hands at the end of the game a lot more often. The top of the rotation has done its part, pitching deep almost every time out, and the Orioles are 7-2 in the games started by Jake Arrieta, Tommy Hunter and Jason Hammel (pictured).

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