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The Orioles start their second straight season with a sweep while the Yankees and Red Sox are both swept. Sweet.

Game 3: Orioles 3, Twins 1 | Camden Crazies "The Orioles get the sweep in impressive fashion, with the starting pitchers going a combined 22 IP, 10 H, 3 R (1 ER), 6 BB, 12 K"

Opening Day weekend thoughts | Britt's Bird Watch "The O’s have now won seven straight games against the Twins, outscoring them 39-9 during the streak, which includes a four-game sweep in Minnesota last season."

Luke Scott pulled from game due to left hamstring tightness | HardballTalk Ah, Luke Scott, Luke're still my boy.

The Juice: Alex Avila walkoff caps Tigers sweep of Red Sox | Big League Stew - Yahoo! Sports News from around the league...

Tides ready for Home Opener | | Norfolk, Va. Dana Eveland: Don't You Forget About Me!

Baltimore Orioles Owner Tops List of Baseball's Political Donors - "Angelos has continued to give ever since, and if he was hoping his political donations would create good karma for his team, he was wrong."

On this day in 1959, the Orioles became the first team to execute a triple play on opening day, but were thumped by the Senators anyways; in 1970, Don Buford hit home runs from both sides of the plate on the way to a career high at the time; in 1998, Cal Ripken, Jr. passed Lou Gehrig on the all time home run list.

It's the birthday of Brian Graham, Dennis Sarfate and Adam Loewen. Jerry Hoffberger died today in 1999.