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.
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Peter Schmuck has been covering baseball for decades. He is now a general sports columnist, but has been a beat writer covering three major league teams (the Dodgers, Angels and Orioles) and also spent a decade as the Sun's national baseball writer.