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The Orioles are getting sloppy again. Maybe they're just distracted with thoughts of flying out of here later today.

Luke Scott dropped a fly ball in left-center field to start the bottom of the second inning. Daniel Cabrera got the next two outs, walked Brady Clark and drilled Jose Reyes behind the right shoulder to load the bases.

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Reyes went down hard, but he stayed in the game.

Kevin Millar walked to the mound to chat with Cabrera while the Mets' trainer checked on Reyes. He was probably reminding Cabera that he was leading off the bottom half of the inning and didn't necessarily want a fastball between his numbers.

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Scott singled and moved to third on Adam Jones' double in the third inning. Second and third, no outs and Brandon Fahey coming up. Fahey sent a pop up to shallow center field, and Jones broke for third as if certain that the ball was going to drop. It didn't, and Jones was doubled off second.

Manager Dave Trembley hung his head as Jones returned to the dugout. Bench coach Dave Jauss gave Jones an encouraging pat on the back.

The game is tied, 1-1, in the third after Brian Roberts doubled with two outs to score Scott.

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