Seattle Mariners defeat Baltimore Orioles, 3-2

Bedard shines Seattle fans are still angry about how much the Mariners gave up to acquire Erik Bedard before the 2008 season, but they gave him a standing ovation as he left the game in the seventh.

The left-hander dominated his old team, allowing four hits, three walks and striking out seven.

Where's the O, O's?

Bedard became the latest opposing starter to shut down a slumping Orioles offense. In the first two games of the series, the Orioles have scored three ru...

SEATTLE - -A day after Jamie Walker gave up two more home runs to left-handed hitters Tuesday night, Orioles manager Dave Trembley said that the struggling lefty's status with the club will be evaluated during the team's day off today.

Asked whether there still is a role for Walker in the Orioles' bullpen, Trembley said: "That's a very good question, and it deserves considerable consideration on the off day. ... Obviously, I'd like things to be better; I'd like to see h...

SEATTLE - -The Orioles, of all teams, know how dominant Erik Bedard can be, so it would have been easy to dismiss Tuesday as one of those inevitable nights when they were shut down by a very good pitcher. The problem with that theory is it has been happening far too frequently to give the Orioles the complete benefit of the doubt.

Bedard overwhelmed his former team, taking a three-hit shutout bid into the seventh inning and walking off the mound to a standing ovation in...