It was, of course, the endless airings of the Chrysler commercial featuring Miguel Cabrera which quotes liberally from "Casey at the Bat," the Ernest Lawrence Thayer poem that baseball fans practically know by heart about a home run king and his moment of failure. In Chrysler-world, the rewritten ending (after a Rocky-like montage of workouts and practice) is a Cabrera home run. Baseball fans know the game doesn't work that way. Naturally, the Orioles, Major League Baseball's biggest power hitting team, which swept Miguel and his Detroit Tigers in the divisional series, had to be swept themselves with a lack of punch when they needed it most. Thanks, Chrysler, thanks a bunch.