Centerfielder Jarrod Dyson can turn singles into doubles and doubles into triples with his blazing
speed. Dyson, however, hit what would have normally been a triple for him, but had to settle for a single in
the eighth inning. Dyson sprained his left ankle on his swing that carried the ball over the head of Orioles centerfielder
Adam Jones. Dyson limped to first base. He remained in the game, a 7-1 loss to the Orioles, just long enough for Alex Gordon to ground into a
double play. In the bottom of the inning, Lorenzo Cain replaced Dyson, who went 2-for-2, in center. Manager Ned Yost said Dyson's injury was not "real serious," that Dyson caught his spikes when he swung.