On the field: The sun rose over Milwaukee, shining through clear skies, but that didn't improve the playing conditions. A cold wind blew from left to right, making the 48-degree temperature seem even colder. Left-hander Jesse Orosco, who played in Milwaukee before joining the Orioles, said that Brady Anderson's long fly in the ninth inning would have been a homer if not for the wind. Orosco said that a double he allowed to Dave Nilsson in the seventh would have been a homer, too.
In the dugout: Orioles manager Davey Johnson eschewed the bunt Saturday because of the inability of the Milwaukee pitchers throw strikes. Yesterday, Mike Devereaux and Chris Hoiles had back-to-back walks in the second inning, and Johnson asked Bill Ripken to drop a sacrifice bunt -- which he couldn't do, bunting into a force play.