"Eddie's the leader on this team," says Dwyer. "He takes the load off the rest of us because he's the one guy in the lineup—and we've got a lot of guys who can hit the ball out of the park—capable of winning a game all by himself."
The load on Murray just may lighten up if the O's keep swinging the bats as they have been of late. That may be imperative, because all bygones may not be bygones. "I'm tired of being screwed over," says Murray. "A lot of unfair things go on."
That's certainly true, Eddie. Right on the money.