Shoot to Kill: Baltimore ranks as most lethal among nation's largest cities

Josh Donaldson

Orioles-Blue Jays games in Toronto no longer your typical slugfests

Orioles-Blue Jays games in Toronto no longer your typical slugfests

Last week, when the Boston Red Sox swept the Orioles in four games, we saw the difference between a team that’s well on its way to an American League East title and one struggling to make it into the postseason.

This week’s script  – at least from the looks of it so far – could be another horror tale for the Orioles. A story of opportunity lost.

The Orioles can’t win here at Rogers Centre. In years past, they could emerge from the slugfests here victorious, but Tuesday’s 5-1 win is an example of how things have changed in the Orioles-Blue Jays rivalry.

Toronto actually has pitching now to complement their robust batting lineup....

63°