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Jeremy Guthrie lived up to his nickname yesterday with a gutsy post-pneumonia performance against the Rangers, but it wasn't enough for the win.
Jeremy Guthrie lived up to his nickname yesterday with a gutsy post-pneumonia performance against the Rangers, but it wasn't enough for the win.

Good morning, Camden Chatters. The first-place Baltimore Orioles are off today after a tough series against the Rangers. They'll be back in action tomorrow on the road against the vile Yankees

Matusz optimistic about situation | Carroll County Times
Lots of tidbits about the current O's situation, including that Wednesday's starter in Yankee Stadium will either be Chris Jakubauskas or Brad Bergesen. Oof.

Orioles' offense can't break through in 3-0 loss to Rangers | baltimoresun.com
The Orioles may have lost, but Jeremy Guthrie is the man. 

Guthrie talks about his outing vs. Texas | Steve Melewski
More quotes from Jeremy Guthrie that make me love him.

Q&A w/ Craig Calcaterra, NBC Sports | OriolesHangout.com
Calcaterra answers questions on the Orioles rotation, bullpen, and Vlad. 

Two completely different Zach Brittons | Camden Depot
A look at Britton's first two starts.

In the minors, the Shorebirds beat the Grasshoppers 9-1 behind Kieron Pope's three hits and Kipp Schutz's six RBI; the Keys and Salem Red Sox split a doubleheader after their games Friday and Saturday were rained out; the Baysox wasted a good outing by Rick Zagone, blowing the game in the ninth to the Harrisburg Senators; and the Tides lost both halves of a doubleheader against the Charlotte Knights, both with a score of 2-1.