7:31: Wieters makes his first play on the first pitch, a forceout on a bunt by leadoff man Josh Anderson.
7:39: A shirtless group with WIETERS painted on their chests becomes visible in the left-field upper deck.
7:44: Wieters throws a warmup toss into center field right before the second inning starts.
7:51: Wieters appears in the on-deck circle for the first time and takes a few practice cuts.
7:52: Batting righty in a scoreless game, Wieters gets a standing ovation as he steps into the batter's box. The crowd stood for the duration of his at-bat. Wieters fouled the first pitch back, then took one and swung through another. Wieters made contact on the 1-2 pitch, lining out to Detroit right fielder Clete Thomas. Melvin Mora tried to tag up from second, but got thrown out at third on the play.
8:10: Nick Markakis, another homegrown player, singles to give the Orioles the first lead of the game, 1-0.
8:16: Luke Scott hits a grand slam right in front of Wieters, giving Baltimore a 5-0 lead. Scott has now hit four home runs in the first three games since returning from the disabled list.
8:17: Wieters takes the first pitch and swings through the second. A chant of "Let's Go Wieters" filters through the stadium, but the rookie grounds right back to the box. Dontrelle Willis makes a nice play and throws him out.
8:46: Scott homers again to give the Orioles a 7-0 lead and bring Wieters up for the third time.
8:47: Wieters takes two pitches and then grounds out to third base, an easy play for Brandon Inge.
8:52: The Wave, not often seen at Camden Yards this season, begins to trickle around the park.
9:26: Wieters watches a 2-2 pitch and gets rung up for the first looking strikeout of his career.
9:38: Bergesen gets a wild ovation when he leaves the game in the top of the ninth inning.