Found September 19, 2012 on NESN.com:
After Wednesday's 18-inning marathon win over the Mariners, Orioles pitcher Tommy Hunter emerged with the victory. During that relief appearance –– where he pitched two innings –– he made the Oriole bird logo stitched on baseball cap proud. As it turns out, Hunter also received a good luck charm from a real bird Wednesday. While Hunter was in the bullpen, a bird left some droppings that plopped straight onto his cap. Ironically, it was bird-on-bird crime since the defecation took place right next to the Orioles logo. "I was minding my own business, not doing anything. I thought it was...
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