Blue Jays Unhappy? So is Gaston

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The mutiny did not take place.

The Blue Jays took to the field last night at Camden Yards in Baltimore and neither Raul Chavez nor Joe Inglett commandeered the lineup card.

At 7:06, Jose Bautista stepped into the batter's box against Orioles right-hander Jason Berken.

Vernon Wells and Lyle Overbay did not take a limo down the road to Philadelphia to play for the Phillies. And not one Phillie cried: "Red Rover, Red Rover, let Vernon and Lyle come over."

We didn't spot anyone wearing pirate eyepatches.

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