Put to sleep in Seattle

The Orioles looked like they were in a hurry to make their flight to Southern California on Wednesday night, swinging early, often and ineffectively against Seattle Mariners pitcher Aaron Harang. Maybe they were just over-anxious because Harang averaged giving up a home run every two innings in his first three starts of 2013, because they didn't even make him work up a sweat in the early innings. Or maybe they just like to rest their bats every time Wei-Yin Chen takes the mound.

( Otto Greule Jr. / Getty Images / May 1, 2013 )

The Orioles looked like they were in a hurry to make their flight to Southern California on Wednesday night, swinging early, often and ineffectively against Seattle Mariners pitcher Aaron Harang. Maybe they were just over-anxious because Harang averaged giving up a home run every two innings in his first three starts of 2013, because they didn't even make him work up a sweat in the early innings. Or maybe they just like to rest their bats every time Wei-Yin Chen takes the mound.

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