Kevin Millwood and David Hernandez could have a conversation after today’s game about lack of run support.
Maybe they can vent to each other.
Sure, some balls were hit hard off Millwood today as he allowed three homers, but one day, hopefully before say, the All-Star break, the Orioles will score some runs when he pitches.
He has received just 17 runs of offense in his first seven starts with just 12 runs scoring while he was in the game.
Millwood was 0-1, 2.14 in three starts this year at Oriole Park but today has allowed five runs over 6 2/3 and left the game trailing 5-1 in the seventh.
I know Felix Hernandez is on the mound for Seattle today, but he entered with an ERA of 4.30, so someone has scored off him.
Meanwhile, for Millwood, today must seem like every other day with the Orioles.