One thing that can’t be lost about Monday’s 6-2 win in Washington is how long
His previous longest this season was 6 2/3. And he knew he had to pitch deeper.
That is what a club's No. 1 starter – whether it's an ace or just the most experienced pitcher in a rotation – must do.
And that's what the Orioles needed the most after a rough trip to Toronto in which the bullpen was forced to throw 14 innings – and gave up 16 earned runs.
“We all would have signed up in blood for that,” Orioles manager
I'm not quite sure what "Elvis in Vegas," means, but pardon Showalter for being a little loopy Monday night. The Orioles had just escaped a tough stint in Toronto and received an eight-inning start for the first time since May 2. The Orioles have had just five games in which their starter has gone at least seven innings and they are 4-1 in those contests.
One more extended performance Tuesday night from rookie