Texas Rangers defeat Baltimore Orioles, 19-6

ARLINGTON, Texas - Mark Hendrickson walked to the back of the mound and stared into center field.

He called for a meeting with catcher Chad Moeller. He fidgeted with his cap and clutched the rosin bag.

It beat the alternative, which was throwing the ball to home plate to an extremely eager Texas Rangers lineup. On a day the Orioles badly needed a serviceable and extended effort from their starting pitcher, Hendrickson delivered neither, done in by faulty command and a s...

TAKING OFFENSE?

The Orioles obviously didn't enjoy Ian Kinsler's recording just the fourth cycle in Rangers history at their expense. But they seemed to be less amused by his base running after his sixth hit, an eighth-inning double. With Texas leading 16-4, Kinsler took third base on Matt Albers' pitch that just bounced away from catcher Chad Moeller. Albers threw the next two pitches high and inside to Michael Young, and after striking out Josh Hamilton, he hit Andruw...