Earlier this week, the Orioles were spiraling out of the American League East race, couldn't win at home and were watching helplessly as their staunch bullpen faltered and their starters routinely checked out early.
Suddenly, after winning two straight against the division-leading New York Yankees — including Wednesday night's 6-3 victory — it's May again. There's no need for panic.
For the moment, it's all Natty Bohs and roses (or Black-Eyed Susans) at Camden Yards.
“I think so,” said Orioles' first baseman Chris Davis when asked if beating the Yankees in the last two games should calm the masses for a bit. “I think the fact that it was against New York, who's at the...