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Slugger Chris Davis powers an Orioles rebound

Chris Davis hit two home runs to deliver the Orioles to their fourth straight win and move them to within two games of the AL's No. 2 wild-card spot.

Davis leads Orioles past Braves (0:41)

Davis, Birds bash Braves

Chris Davis hammered two HRs in two innings, and Ubaldo Jimenez recovered from a rocky start to toss seven innings of two-run ball in the Orioles' 7-3 win over the Braves. Box score


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Davis records third multi-HR game

Chris Davis' first HR gave the O's a 3-2 lead in the first, and his second tacked on two more runs. Davis has five HRs in his past seven games to give him 24 this season. Only Mike Trout, Nelson Cruz, and Nolan Arenado have more multi-homer games this season (4 each). Follow live

Fireworks to start at Camden Yards

Freddie Freeman benefited from a crew chief review to put the Braves on top in the first with a two-run homer, but the O's took the lead on Chris Davis' three-run shot in the bottom of the inning. Follow live

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Machado back to hitting leadoff

After batting third for the Orioles in their last four games, Manny Machado will return to the top spot of Baltimore's lineup Tuesday against Atlanta.


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Orioles planning on contending

“We’re still in competition for this year. We want to get to the playoffs and we are going to do what we can to add to the ballclub,” Baltimore exective vice president Dan Duquette told reporters Monday.

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Long-awaited jubilation for Wieters

Thanks to Tommy John surgery and back issues, the past two years have been tough for Matt Wieters. His walk-off homer on Monday night earned him a well-deserved place among the day's top performers. Kahrl: Monday's Top 5


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Wieters walk-off. #Orioles defeat Braves, 2-1 in 11 innings. #Birdland

Orioles walk off in 11th

The Orioles and Braves were scoreless heading into the 9th, and the game headed to extras after both teams found a run. But catcher Matt Wieters' solo homer got the O's the 2-1 win in the 11th. Box score

Johnson blows save, O's force extras

Braves closer Jim Johnson allowed back-to-back singles, and J.J. Hardy scored Adam Jones on a sac fly to tie the ballgame in the ninth inning. There's free baseball in Baltimore. Follow live

Braves break scoreless tie in ninth

Adonis Garcia got hold of a 1-0 pitch and sent it to the right-field seats for the game's first score to give the Braves a 1-0 lead over the Orioles in the 9th. It was only the second HR Zach Britton has allowed this season (he hadn't allowed a HR in 25 appearances, covering 25 2/3 IP). Follow live

2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25313th
On Base Percentage.30721st
Slugging Percentage.4187th
Earned Run Average3.7114th
Quality Starts4523rd


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