Trey Mancini tied the board with a two-run homer in the ninth, and produced three more with another swing in the eleventh, for the Baltimore Orioles to come back and beat the Pittsburgh Pirates on Wednesday.
Baltimore lost 6-1 in the eighth, before heading back for the second consecutive night. Adam Jones shot a solo homer in the eighth inning and Mancini came in as an emergent to blow his comeback that capped the four-run ninth offense.
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The rookie ended the match with his bambinazo before Wade LeBlanc (3-2).
Since the start of the 2016 season, the Pirates had a 91-3 record in ninth-inning games with the lead. Now, his record is 91-5, including a 21-3 in this campaign.
Michal Givens (6-0) processed the eleventh chapter to reap the triumph.
For the Pirates, the Gregorian Polanco of 6-3 with an annotated one. The Venezuelans Jose Osuna of 5-2 with two scoring, Elías Diaz of 5-2 with an annotated and two produced.
For the Orioles, Dominicans Manny Machado 1-0, Miguel Tejada 4-0.