Chicago White Sox defeat Baltimore Orioles, 11-6

Burres implodes Brian Burres had been a picture of consistency for the Orioles, but in his last start of the first half, he came up small.

Burres turned in the shortest outing of the season by an Orioles starter, going just 1 1/3 innings. He allowed seven runs on six hits, pushing his ERA from 3.38 to 4.27. Jermaine Dye capped off Chicago's five-run first inning with a three-run home run to left-center. Tadahito Iguchi then ended Burres' evening with a two-run shot to r...

CHICAGO -- His performances had been mostly overshadowed by the emergence of Jeremy Guthrie, but as far as pleasant surprises are concerned, Brian Burres takes a back seat to no one on the Orioles.

Without a top prospect's pedigree and a power pitching arm, two things Guthrie has, Burres succeeded when injuries gave him an opportunity to prove himself in the rotation. But in the rookie's last start of the first half, his feel-good story came to a crashing halt.

Oriol...