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Suspended game adds to Orioles' pitching problems

The Orioles got the next-worst-thing to a bad outing from ace Jeremy Guthrie last night -- a suspended game that has to be resumed today, at noon.

The last thing O's manager Dave Trembley needed was to have to find another pitcher or two or three to finish off a game that ended with Toronto ahead 2-1 in the top of the sixth.  Guthrie had taken the game into the sixth when the Blue Jays scored the go-ahead run and the deluge forced the suspension of play.  There are two outs in the Jays' half of the sixth.  Toronto has reason to be even more disappointed.  The Blue Jays have to replace A.J. Burnett who had given up one run on six hits and had seven strike outs.

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Daniel Cabrera pitches the regularly scheduled game right after the completion of the first one so he better bring his A game.  There may not be a lot of help left in the bullpen.

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