As usual, Guthrie, 7-5 this season, came away with a no-decision. Earlier this year, a lack of run-support cost Guthrie several victories as he had built a 7-3 record by late July. Last night, defensive problems torpedoed him. But he pitched. And he pitched well enough to have won given some better circumstances. For Baltimore baseball these days, that's what we call a "bright spot."