Toronto Blue Jays defeat Baltimore Orioles, 3-2

TORONTO - Last-place teams often don't make major league history for something positive, but the Orioles are on the verge of doing just that.

Aubrey Huff, Nick Markakis and Brian Roberts are on pace to hit at least 50 doubles this season, which would make them the first three teammates to accomplish that feat in the same season.

"To go and possibly do something that has never been done in the history of the game, that's very cool," Roberts said. "It's been fun for al...

TORONTO - With the way Garrett Olson's previous start went, anything the rookie left-hander did last night against the Toronto Blue Jays probably could have been characterized as progress. That's the reality when your previous outing resulted in only two outs and your demeanor gets publicly questioned by your manager.

Olson actually performed reasonably well, finishing an out shy of a quality start. However, he still was saddled with the defeat last night in the Orioles...

OLSON SETTLES IN:: It didn't start out well for Garrett Olson, who allowed a long solo homer to former Oriole Jose Bautista, the second batter he faced. However, he settled down and authored a respectable start, allowing three runs in 5 2/3 innings.

NOT MILLER'S TIME:: Reliever Jim Miller was called on in the sixth inning with two on and two out and the Orioles leading 2-1. It took just two pitches for him to turn Olson's potential victory into a loss. Miller threw a wi...