BALTIMORE — Orioles Magic? Not exactly. At least, not lately.
A Baltimore club unable to fire on all cylinders finally got a quality start Sunday afternoon — its second in nine games — at the same time the team’s surging offense went cold against Rays lefty Matt Moore.
A night removed from watching All-Star closer Jim Johnson suffer his second consecutive blown save, the Orioles seemed almost snake-bitten, as they watched a home-run call go against them and several balls fall at the warning track.