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Evan Longoria

Orioles' recipe for success vs. Rays goes back to their bread and butter

Orioles' recipe for success vs. Rays goes back to their bread and butter

There was one question lingering around Camden Yards before the Orioles and Tampa Bay Rays faced off for the final time this year Sunday, one that has been asked for years about the Orioles: How serious a threat can a team be when it's relying on a struggling starter like Wade Miley to salvage a series split against a bottom-feeder in September?

The answer, just like the question, remains the same as it's always been for the Orioles. When you boast a full-strength bullpen with three All-Stars and a pair of thriving rookies, plus the most powerful lineup in a generation, so many flaws can be obscured.

The Orioles bullpen, which ran out its top five relievers for an inning...

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