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Bud Norris says he feels better despite allowing 3-run homer to Mark Reynolds in loss
Bud Norris says he feels better despite allowing 3-run homer to Mark Reynolds in loss

Orioles right-hander Bud Norris has his spot in the rotation sealed, so this spring his pitching line isn’t as important as maintaining his health. Norris said his back flared up after his first Grapefruit League start – a four-run, one-inning outing against the Boston Red Sox on Saturday – so getting out of his second start feeling good was a victory. Norris met his pitch count of 50 in the Orioles' 8-2 loss to the Cardinals at Roger Dean Stadium on Thursday, allowing three runs – all on former Oriole Mark Reynolds’ home run to left field – on four hits over 2 2/3 innings. Norris also walked three and hit a batter. "I felt great,”...

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