Welington Castillo hit a grand slam and drove in five runs, his personal best, and the Baltimore Orioles stopped a six-game losing streak Wednesday with a 10-6 win over the Chicago White Sox in a rain-delayed game.
Castillo gave the Orioles an 8-5 lead with his strike against Miguel Gonzalez (4-8) in the fifth inning and helped prevent the team from equaling its worst run of the season. Baltimore tied its 32-32 record after falling below .500 for the first time since October 3, 2015.
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Matt Davidson hit a home run for the third straight game and led Chicago to a 5-1 lead. But the Orioles turned the game around after catching 13 hits.
Trey Mancini hit a double and two singles, scored three runs and drove another. Mark Trumbo scored two hits and two runs, and a dubious Dylan Bundy (7-5) got the support he needed to win.
For the Orioles, Jonathan Schoop 4-2, with two runs scored and one RBI. The Welington Castillo 4-1, with a scored and five RBIs.
For the White Sox, the Venezuelans Yolmer Sanchez of 4-0, with an annotated one; Avisaíl García of 5-3, with an annotated; Omar Narváez of 4-0. The Dominicans Melky Cabrera 4-1, with an annotated; Willy García of 3-0. The Cuban Jose Abreu of 4-2, with an annotated and one impelled.