Baltimore Orioles defeat Texas Rangers, 10-4

Jeremy Guthrie says it doesn't matter, as long as the result is an Orioles victory.

The Orioles right-hander is content working with a big lead and with the luxury of knowing that one mistake is not going to cost him a win. But there is something about a tense pitcher's duel that Guthrie has learned to enjoy, and he had had plenty of experience over the past three months in such situations.

The Orioles, however, would prefer games like yesterday's 10-4 victory over the ...

A recap of the Orioles' 10-4 win over the Rangers yesterday:

Slump busting

Kevin Millar is trying his hardest. The Orioles first baseman, lowered to seventh in the order, was 5-for-33 in his previous nine games and his average sank to .236. He turned in three quality at-bats yesterday, though. Millar ran the count to 3-2 in the first two, drawing a walk and lining a run-scoring single to center field. Millar's first at-bat against Rangers starter Vicente Padilla last...