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Hector Santiago blows his cool and Orioles blow out Angels, 9-4

Hector Santiago blows his cool and Orioles blow out Angels, 9-4

Hector Santiago screamed at the home plate umpire in the third inning Friday night. So ended his night. So ended the Angels' chances at beating Baltimore.

The Orioles mashed four home runs in a 9-4 rout at Angel Stadium, and the Angels were angry about the ejection afterward.

“They have a team built on power, and they showed that tonight,” said Angels Manager Mike Scioscia.

Santiago sneaked the first pitch of Friday's game, an 89-mph sinker, into the top corner of the strike zone. He tried to do the same with the second but caught too much of the plate, and Joey Rickard hit it out to left.

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