Outfield

Orioles outfielders also put on a fireworks show last week, highlighted by the five homers that <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT000009997" title="Chris Davis" href="/topic/sports/baseball/chris-davis-PESPT000009997.topic">Chris Davis</a> (pictured) hit over a four-game span to tie <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT0014455" title="Nolan Reimold" href="/topic/sports/baseball/nolan-reimold-PESPT0014455.topic">Nolan Reimold</a> for the longest consecutive streak of games this year with a home run. That streak is still alive going into the final regular-season series against the Tampa Bay Rays. <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT000010245" title="Nate McLouth" href="/topic/sports/baseball/nate-mclouth-PESPT000010245.topic">Nate McLouth</a> contributed three homers out of the leadoff spot and <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT000008615" title="Adam Jones" href="/topic/sports/baseball/adam-jones-PESPT000008615.topic">Adam Jones</a> batted .321. Davis did drop a fly ball in right field, but he drove in 10 runs for the week so we'll overlook the error.<br>
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<b>Grade</b>: A

( Baltimore Sun photo by Kenneth K. Lam / September 26, 2012 )

Orioles outfielders also put on a fireworks show last week, highlighted by the five homers that Chris Davis (pictured) hit over a four-game span to tie Nolan Reimold for the longest consecutive streak of games this year with a home run. That streak is still alive going into the final regular-season series against the Tampa Bay Rays. Nate McLouth contributed three homers out of the leadoff spot and Adam Jones batted .321. Davis did drop a fly ball in right field, but he drove in 10 runs for the week so we'll overlook the error.

Grade: A

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