Toronto Blue Jays defeat Baltimore Orioles, 5-2

TORONTO -- The Orioles have tried to make it known to Garrett Olson that he's not rehearsing for a spot in next year's rotation.

They want him to relax, take the ball every five days and be himself without the burden of massive expectations.

But make no mistake: Club officials are watching the organization's top pitching prospect closely, looking to see how Olson assimilates himself into the major leagues. Can he throw all his pitches for strikes? Can he make in-game ad...

THIRD INNING NOT A CHARM

Orioles starter Garrett Olson clearly didn't have his good stuff but managed to work through that to hold the Blue Jays scoreless through two innings. But in the third, everything changed, including the Orioles' chances to win the game. Olson gave up five runs in the inning, three of them coming on a long home run by Frank Thomas, who connected for the 506th of his career. The Blue Jays sent 11 men to the plate in the inning, five of them gettin...