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Chad Moeller
This time around, O's Eaton shows his stuff
This time around, O's Eaton shows his stuff

When he walked off the mound in the eighth inning Thursday night to a standing ovation, Adam Eaton tipped his cap and soaked in the moment. Instead of heading into the clubhouse, Eaton stayed in the dugout and watched the Orioles get the last five outs of their 6-2 win over the Chicago White Sox to preserve his best outing in nearly two years. He wanted to celebrate this one with his new teammates. "It felt great. It's been a long time since I have had that, and it felt very good," said Eaton, who struck out nine and didn't allow two base runners in an inning until the eighth. "Normally, I'd be in the clubhouse at the end of that game, but ... it felt good to...