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There is only so much you can do as a manager when your team is not hitting a lick, but one of those things is being a little more aggressive. Bunt more, call for more hit-and-runs or straight steals and give your players the green light in hitter counts.

Dave Trembley did that for struggling outfielder Nolan Reimold in the top of the fifth inning and it paid off. With the count 3-0 and runners on second and third, Reimold smoked a Brett Anderson fastball to deep left-center field. A's center fielder Rajai Davis made a pretty amazing athletic play to get his glove on it, but couldn't hold on and both runs scored.

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It's 6-1 Orioles in the bottom of the sixth. It ties for the most runs the Orioles have scored all season.

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