You continue to hear Oriole coaches and players rave about the strides Matt Wieters is making behind the plate. There was another example last night that stood out to Showalter. After allowing the homer to Zobrist, Johnson fell behind Johnny Damon 1-0. With a three-run lead, the last thing the Orioles wanted was to allow another baserunner and get the crowd at the Tropicana Field more involved, believing that a comeback was possible. Damon obviously was aware of this and was ready to take a nice hack at a fastball. Instead, Wieters called for a changeup, Johnson threw it and it completely fooled Damon who mustered only a weak and confused swing. Johnson struck out Damon, fanned Evan Longoria and then got Manny Ramirez to ground out to end the game. It was a nice sequence by Wieters and a nice comeback for Johnson. And speaking of Wieters, he and Guthrie had a tremendous tempo working all night. I guess that's easy to do when Guthrie is throwing every pitch for a strike, but it was nice to see nonetheless.