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Time to hunt: The Orioles found a way to get through a poorly timed coast-to-coast road trip with a 4-2 record, which is saying quite a lot when you consider that they lost the first two games and had Felix Hernandez on their dance card. Now, they have to battle some reverse jetlag and be ready to take advantage of a decimated and discouraged Boston Red Sox team at Fenway Park this weekend. That starts a string of 10 games against the Red Sox and struggling Toronto Blue Jays, but the Orioles can take nothing for granted. The Red Sox may have some mixed motivations ¿ considering what happened to them at Camden Yards on the last day of the regular season last year and what has been happening in their troubled first year under feisty manager Bobby Valentine ¿ but they are still dangerous. So are the Blue Jays, so the Oriole have to keep the pedal to the metal and try to take the pressure off themselves during the final series of the regular season at Tampa Bay.
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