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Millwood returns to the place he called home for four seasons with the Orioles. He won't pitch in this series. He still has a home here. His kids, however, go to school in Georgia, and he has no hard feelings about the trade.
"No, it’s a business," said Millwood, who went 48-46 with the Rangers with four Opening Day starts. "The game is a business. Nothing I can do about it, no reason to whine about it. I just move on and go on about my business."
Millwood said he enjoyed his time in Texas and is getting used to life in Charm City. He joked about learning a lot about America because of how close Baltimore is to Washington, D.C.
This season, Millwood is 0-4 with a 3.65 ERA in nine starts. In his last four starts he's gone into the seventh inning, yet is still winless for the Orioles (13-27).
"There's nothing I can do about it," Millwood said of his 2010 stats. "All I can do is pitch, and whatever happens, happens. I think I've done a good job of keeping us in ballgames."
ARLINGTON -- Last December, the Rangers traded RHP Kevin Millwood to the Orioles for RHP Chris Ray.Millwood returns to the place he called home for four seasons with the Orioles.