"The Orioles offense was not very good in the post-season – that can't be denied. Almost nobody hit, and they only scored 2.5 runs per game (that obviously didn't get it done). One sort of interesting aspect to the playoffs though, was how topsy-turvy everything went for the O's. Down was up, up was down."
Guys who hit, didn't hit. Guys who didn't hit, hit. The dependable blew games. The worrying were steady. Not quite dogs and cats living together, but there were some select instances of mass hysteria.