|Eddie Murray scorches the Brew|
Crew as he hits .462 for the series
Apr. 8th, 1978:
Game1: Baltimore 4 Milwaukee 3
The Orioles got revenge in another slugfest (20 combined hits) receiving home runs from Ken Singleton, Al Bumbry and Doug DeCinces to nip the Brewers 4-3 in game 2. Dennis Martinez struck out 8 Milwaukee batters to earn his first win of the season. Moose Haas struck out 8 Orioles in a losing effort.
Apr. 9th, 1978:
Game1: Baltimore 4 Milwaukee 2
Baltimore captures the deciding game of the series behind the bat of Eddie Murray (hitting .462 for the series) and the strong arm of Scott McGregor. McGregor threw a gem of a game, going the distance, and allowing only 2 earned runs. Milwaukee's only shining moment came off a 358 ft. rocket from newly acquired Brewer Larry Hisle (his 1st homer of the year).