Luke Scott and Nolan Reimold both homered in the O's fourth straight win. (Rob Carr/AP)
By Spencer Fordin / MLB.com
One game before catcher Matt Wieters' Major League debut, pitcher David Hernandez got his call and answered the bell nicely, allowing just one run over 5 2/3 innings. Luke Scott homered twice while driving in four, and Nolan Reimold homered for a third straight day.
BATTING 2B: Huff (14, Galarraga, A). HR: Scott 2 (8, 2nd inning off Galarraga,
A, 0 on, 2 out; 8th inning off Perry, 2 on, 2 out), Reimold (5, 5th inning off Galarraga, A, 0 on, 0 out). TB:
Scott 8; Izturis, C 2; Reimold 4; Jones, Ad; Roberts, B 2; Mora 2; Huff 2. RBI: Scott 4 (22), Reimold
(10). 2-out RBI: Scott 4. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Markakis. GIDP:
Jones, Ad, Mora, Reimold. Team RISP: 2-for-7. Team LOB: 5.
Huff (4, 2nd base by Galarraga, A/Laird).
HBP: Huff (by Galarraga, A). Pitches-strikes:
Galarraga, A 100-63, Seay 8-3, Perry 11-6, Hernandez, Da 108-63, Albers, M 17-7, Johnson, J 14-8, Sherrill 14-11. Groundouts-flyouts:
Galarraga, A 5-8, Seay 0-1, Perry 0-0, Hernandez, Da 5-3, Albers, M 2-0, Johnson, J 2-0, Sherrill 1-1. Batters
faced: Galarraga, A 29, Seay 2, Perry 3, Hernandez, Da 25, Albers, M 5, Johnson, J 5, Sherrill 3. Inherited
runners-scored: Seay 1-0, Perry 2-2, Albers, M 2-0, Johnson, J 1-0. Umpires: HP: Adrian Johnson. 1B:
Larry Vanover. 2B: Dan Iassogna. 3B: Sam Holbrook. Weather: 73 degrees, drizzle. Wind: 6 mph, L to
R. T: 2:46. Att: 11,937. Venue: Oriole Park at Camden Yards. May 28, 2009 May 28, 2009
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