Arizona Diamondbacks defeat Baltimore Orioles, 8-4

The boos from a disgruntled home crowd started early last night, raining down on pitcher Daniel Cabrera, who for a second straight start could not consistently keep the ball in the park.

One fan behind the plate took it even further, wearing a brown paper bag on his head, the ultimate sign of dissatisfaction with the home team.

Fans eventually perked up significantly at Camden Yards, only to be let down again by an Orioles team that just can't find a way to win. A stirr...

The boos from a disgruntled home crowd started early last night, raining down on pitcher Daniel Cabrera, who for a second straight start could not consistently keep the ball in the ballpark. One fan behind the plate took it further, wearing a brown paper bag over his head, the ultimate sign of dissatisfaction with the home team.

Fans perked up significantly at Camden Yards, only to be let down again by an Orioles team that just can't find a way to win. A stirring, home ...

Opportunities lost

The Orioles loaded the bases in the seventh inning with one out after a walk by Kevin Millar and singles by Paul Bako and Brian Roberts. A sacrifice fly by Melvin Mora pulled them to 5-4. However, Nick Markakis ended the inning on foul pop-up. In the eighth, the Orioles stranded runners on first and third, and they left eight men on base for the game.

Patterson's leather

The Orioles' Corey Patterson made a leaping catch in the sixth to deny Scot...