Baltimore Orioles defeat Chicago Cubs, 11-4

CHICAGO -- The Orioles said all the right things, denying that taking two of three games against the Chicago Cubs, the team with the best overall and home record in baseball, was any sort of statement.

The closest anybody came to gloating was when Aubrey Huff, who had another four-hit day in the Orioles' 11-4 rout of the Cubs before an announced 41,670 at Wrigley Field, called the past three days "definitely one of the most satisfying series that we've played this year....

A recap of the Orioles' 11-4 win over the Cubs yesterday:

ALMOST EVERYBODY HITS

Every starting Oriole either reached base or got an RBI yesterday except shortstop Alex Cintron, who was 0-for-5 with three strikeouts. The Orioles totaled 13 hits and scored in every inning from the third to the sixth in building an 11-0 lead. Their most productive inning was the third, when they put up five runs against Cubs starter Jason Marquis with Kevin Millar drawing a bases-loaded...