Reliever Brad Bergesen, who was knocked out of Friday's game after getting hit in the right forearm by an Ortiz comebacker, had X-rays come back clean. He said he felt some soreness, but he threw before the game and pronounced himself available for one of the Orioles' final two games before the All-Star break. Ortiz, by the way, called Bergesen to see if he was OK … Second baseman Brian Roberts (concussion symptoms) played long toss, took flips and did some conditioning work Saturday. He has an appointment next week with concussion specialist Dr. Michael Collins to see if he can increase his baseball activity. … Infielder Cesar Izturis (elbow surgery) resumed baseball activities a couple of days after having oral surgery. … According to Elias, Britton is only the third Orioles starting pitcher to allow at least eight runs while not making it out of the first inning since the team moved to Baltimore in 1954. The other two were Hayden Penn (Sept. 23, 2006 against Oakland), and Victor Zambrano (Sept. 26, 2007 against Toronto).