It was pretty obvious during batting practice Wednesday that the warming trend at Camden Yards might be a problem for anyone throwing the ball up in the strike zone. The ball was jumping out of Oriole Park and seemingly routine fly balls were landing 10 rows deep in the left field bleachers. So, it wasn't a complete surprise when the Nationals and Orioles started peppering the bleachers for real. Ryan Zimmerman's three straight homers had Nationals fans waiting on history in his fourth at-bat and Chris Davis' two flying saucers to center field had the Orioles faithful on another planet. Pretty sure Roger Bernadina hit one onto Eutaw Street and both Nick Markakis and Steve Pearce also went deep, but it's hard to remember all of them.
Gene Sweeney Jr., Baltimore Sun
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