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Up next for Tampa Bay Rays: at Baltimore Orioles


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What's new: The Orioles came back to reality after a 6-1 start, losing 11 of 13. SS J.J. Hardy has been out with an oblique injury, while RF Nick Markakis (.225) and 3B Mark Reynolds (.198) haven't been hitting. The starters have been solid, but the bullpen is a mess.

Key stat: DH Vladimir Guerrero finally drew his first walk this year in his 116th plate appearance, the longest such season-starting streak for a nonpitcher in Orioles history.

Connections: Rays radio man Andy Freed is from the Baltimore area.

Series history: Orioles lead 114-111, 60-50 at Camden Yards.

Marc Topkin, Times staff writer

Up next for Tampa Bay Rays: at Baltimore Orioles

05/05/11 [Last modified: Monday, November 7, 2011 5:50pm]
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