Baltimore Orioles defeat Chicago White Sox, 10-3

It started with boos as the fans saw Orioles manager Dave Trembley point to his bullpen and realized Brad Bergesen's successful major league debut was over.

But when Trembley took the ball from Bergesen and the 23-year-old pitcher started accepting congratulations from teammates, the applause began, culminating in a standing ovation for Bergesen, who disappeared into the dugout without even a tip of the cap.

On what Trembley had billed as a big night for the organiza...

Staying hot

Right fielder Nick Markakis, who entered the game batting .340, tied his career high with four hits in the Orioles' 10-3 win, pushing his average to .389. He had an RBI double and three singles, including a key RBI hit in the sixth. It was the 10th time in his career he had four hits in a game.

Huff visits Eutaw

Aubrey Huff's mammoth two-run homer in the third against Jose Contreras broke a scoreless tie. It also marked the second time in his career, a...