Speaking of Bellino, I try to avoid criticizing umpires too much because it is overdone and largely pointless. But that had to be one of the worst strike zones I've seen all year, and that was true for both teams. Colon, whose command was stellar, was just able to exploit it better than the Oriole pitchers. There were some pitches called strikes that didn't even flirt with the plate. And while trying to be sympathetic to Chris Dickerson, who had to go to the hospital after getting hit in the head by Michael Gonzalez's pitch in the 15th inning, I don't agree with the decision to eject Gonzalez. It was three pitches after Robinson Cano's go-ahead, two-run double and Gonzalez certainly doesn't have the reputation as a head hunter. He also knows that he was the final Oriole reliever available so I doubt he's going to intentionally hit somebody and risk being tossed. Bellino heard it from both dugouts all night and it was well deserved.