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A sight for sore eyes
A sight for sore eyes
Mitchell Layton

After salvaging the split with the Rangers (thank you for your service, Agent Wolf), the O's finish up the first half against the Blue Jays this weekend. This is not the surging, streaking juggernaut we saw last month, but a team that has just lost three of four to the Tigers and two of three to the Indians. Jose Reyes has gotten on base at a decent clip since returning from the DL, but is 3-21 with no walks in his last five games. The O's send Chris Tillman to the mound tonight against burly Mark Buehrle.

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