Wigginton, noticing Markakis got a great jump, took a belt-high fastball down the middle from Edwin Jackson for strike two before ultimately striking out. When the Orioles came out of the dugout for the bottom of the fourth, Markakis stopped to talk to Wigginton at first base before heading out to right field. When that inning ended, Markakis approached first base coach John Shelby on the top step of the dugout and motioned toward third base, and ultimately Adam Jones and Corey Patterson joined in the discussion. I know some hitters don't like guys stealing third while they are at the plate because it affects whether they swing or not and it can serve as a distraction. But Markakis, who should run more, did get to third with less than two outs, putting Wigginton in position to get an easy RBI with a fly ball or a ground ball to the right side.