Ty Wigginton put the Orioles on top in the bottom of the second inning with a long home run to left center, but the inning might be remembered more down the road as the one in which Adam Jones -- the hottest hitter on the team and one of the most productive in the league -- either suffered another hamstring strain or aggravated the tight hamstring that was bothering him in April.
Don't really know yet. He legged out an infield hit to load the bases, but looked gimpy after he powered through the first base bag. He also seemed to be limping when he took off after Jason Bartlett's home run in the third.
Manager Dave Trembley just said during his live TV pop from the dugout that Jones felt a "grab" coming out of the batters box on the infield hit, but appears to be fine. Guess we'll know for sure when he jogs back to the outfield in a few moments.