But the point I wanted to make today was not to simply toss out the reminder that last night's comeback from a 6-4 hole was possible due to the bullpen but also recognize manager Dave Trembley's role in juggling the relief staff. After Daniel Cabrera was roughed up through five innings, Trembley used five more pitchers over the last four innings -- a luxury he had after an off-day. In the Boston seventh, for example, Trembley used three pitchers in what was a one-two-three inning. Dennis Sarfate, who had pitched the previous inning, retired the first batter. Then Jamie Walker retired the hot-hitting J.D. Drew on four pitches and finally Chad Bradford got Manny Ramirez, who has been hitting home runs against the Orioles lately at a clip of one a game, on three pitches. Jim Johnson pitched the eighth and closer George Sherrill, the ninth.