Los Angeles Angels defeat Baltimore Orioles, 18-6

Orioles manager Dave Trembley's tantrum, after a blown call by the umpires last night, was worth any suspension that could result.

Orioles players applauded in the dugout. Fans who might have been turning on him gave a rousing ovation. They loved the emotion. They loved the fire.

Umpire Paul Emmel ruled Scott Moore out at second base on Jay Payton's RBI grounder, even though Howie Kendrick was so far off the bag when he took the throw, he almost bumped into the left ...

Not ready

The Orioles were on the field for the first inning, but it didn't appear that their heads were in the game. They committed two errors and allowed a runner to reach second on a single to center field as part of the Los Angeles Angels' five-run inning that effectively decided the outcome before the Orioles came to bat. Daniel Cabrera didn't get much support, but he also won't get much sympathy after allowing three hits, including Garret Anderson's two-run double...

When it was over, after Orioles manager Dave Trembley stated his case, drew a line in the sand and finally motioned for the ejection of second base umpire Paul Emmel, the sparse crowd at Camden Yards stood up and cheered.

A couple of innings earlier, they had rained down boos on the Orioles after several defensive miscues and Daniel Cabrera's continued struggles resulted in an eight-run deficit by the fourth inning.

But for a moment - albeit a brief one - all was for...