Baltimore Orioles defeat Detroit Tigers, 7-2

When he was at the plate in the fifth inning, Orioles catcher Matt Wieters stepped out of the batter's box to allow the applause from the frenzied crowd to grow louder.

It was his night, so it seemed the least that the 23-year-old could do for one of his new teammates.

Wieters' efforts were rewarded when Luke Scott finally emerged from the home dugout and briefly acknowledged the curtain call and the chants of "Luuuuke" with a quick wave. Scott did the impossible Friday...

The Tiger killer

Designated hitter Luke Scott homered twice, including a grand slam in the Orioles' five-run third inning, for his second consecutive multi-homer game and seventh overall of his career. His past three multi-homer games have come against Detroit, dating to last season. It also was the third consecutive game in which Scott has homered. Since coming off the disabled list Wednesday, Scott is 7-for-11 with five homers, 12 RBIs and three walks.

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