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No sense crying over this one

This time, I've got to agree with Buck Martinez. There's not much point in over-analyzing the Marlins' five-run inning against Danys Baez, since the Orioles managed just one hit in seven innings against Florida starting pitcher Andrew Miller.

The Orioles had to be pleased to get six strong innings from Koji Uehara, but he was walking a tightrope during his final two innings and looked gassed in the dugout. The Orioles made a little noise against the Marlins bullpen -- including Matt Wieters' second major league homer of the year -- but it's hard to draw any conclusions from that since it was no longer a close game.

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