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Orioles starter Jason Berken isn't exactly known for his good luck on the mound, and today's third inning was a good example. He held the Blue Jays scoreless for the first two innings, then fell victim to an error in right field and a broken-bat single that contributed to a three-run Toronto rally.

Berken gave up six hits, but several of them were softly hit or found a hole. He probably didn't enhance his chance of winning the fifth slot in the rotation, but he didn't do anything to really hurt it either.

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