Toronto Blue Jays defeat Baltimore Orioles, 11-3

A recap of the Orioles' 11-3 loss to the Blue Jays last night: Short night, many pitches Orioles manager Dave Trembley mentioned before the game that the goal of every starter should be to go at least seven innings.

Steve Trachsel didn't make it out of the third, retiring one batter and turning in the shortest outing for an Orioles starter this season. He was charged with five runs and five hits, walked three and hit a batter. Aaron Hill belted a three-run homer in t...

Steve Trachsel was preparing to throw his 33rd pitch in a disastrous top of the third inning last night when Orioles manager Dave Trembley burst out of the dugout and extended his right hand.

Seeing Trembley out of the corner of his eye, Trachsel stepped off the mound and took a couple of steps toward second base. He then returned to the rubber, dropped the ball into Trembley's palm and took a slow walk to the Orioles' dugout.

Trembley said before the game that the t...