"You're always thinking of ways to turn a triple play or the best way of turning a double play, and even though the game is speeding up, you're trying to do it before the play happens so that when it does happen, you're prepared," Joseph said. "Looking back on it, you get that lead out at third, what happens is, it takes a little bit of pressure off the wild pitch. [Reliever Brad Brach] can throw his pitches with the utmost conviction knowing a wild pitch doesn't tie the game. … You go to first [base] … a bloop can lose the game. … You go to third, and now it takes an extra-base hit to beat you. I think it relieves a lot of pressure for Brad. I think it relieves a lot of pressure for everybody wearing an Orioles cap."