Daniel Cabrera gave up six runs on nine hits in five-plus innings on Wednesday. (Nick Wass/AP)
By Spencer Fordin / MLB.com
Things started off well for the O's. Baltimore had a three-run lead by the third inning, but starter Daniel Cabrera and the bullpen surrendered 30 unanswered runs. The Rangers put up crooked numbers in the fourth, sixth, eighth and ninth as the Orioles, victims of the worst defeat in club history, were left to sit back and wait for the nightcap to Wednesday's doubleheader.
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