TORONTO — Inside a mostly empty Orioles clubhouse Friday night, reliever Tommy Hunter replayed out loud the at-bat that shifted momentum in their 7-6 loss to the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre.
“I'm going to throw it again tomorrow,” Hunter said of the 1-1 cutter he threw to Blue Jays light-hitting shortstop Munenori Kawasaki that landed over the right-field fence for his first major league home run. “We'll just come back tomorrow. We're not down. That's definitely not the way we are. We'll bounce back.
“Hopefully, I get in there tomorrow and you'll see the same thing again. So good luck.”
Kawasaki's two-run homer — the last of six homers the teams hit...