3. Must hit: One run and four hits are rarely going to cut it to win against anyone in the major leagues, let alone a club boasting a lineup like the Blue Jays'. The Orioles are going to give up their share of runs in this series, so they need to score them, too. The Orioles' .773 OPS against the Blue Jays this season is their second highest against a division foe, and their 28 runs scored against Toronto are their most. They haven't done too well against tonight's starter, J.A. Happ, who has held them to a .216 average while pitching to a 3.21 ERA in two head-to-head starts this season. Can they break out to hand Happ his fifth loss of 2016?