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Wednesday Bird Droppings: Losing stinks

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The last few O's games have been hard to watch. Maybe Mike Wright will turn it around tonight.

It's feeling kind of gloomy around Birdland these days. Two bad losses to the Red Sox will do that. They'll need to win the next two to salvage a split and to keep themselves from possibly allowing the Blue Jays to catch them in the standings. If you want the gory details from last night's game, check out Ryan's recap.

When you get to a new month it feels like turning the page to a fresh start, even though that doesn't really make sense. Let's hope the O's can turn the page tonight.

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Manny does many things very well. Baserunning isn't really one of them.

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Just gotta keep on grinding! Or something. The O's talk about how to get back on track.

Is today your birthday? Happy birthday! You have just one Orioles birthday buddy, and I'm sorry to tell you that it's not a very memorable one. Ray Moore played for the Orioles as a pitcher for the 1955-57 O's. In '57 he walked 112, most in the league.