The Orioles overcame the 4-run hole to win the seventh in a row

July 15, 2023; Baltimore, Maryland, USA; Baltimore Orioles left winger Austin Hays (21) scored on right fielder Anthony Santander (not pictured) in a seventh-inning singles against the Miami Marlins at Oriole Park in Camden Yards. Image: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

Anthony Santander gave Baltimore the game’s first lead with a one-out single in the seventh to complete a comeback from a four-run deficit as the Orioles beat the visiting Miami Marlins 6-5 on Saturday night for their seventh straight win.

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The Santander follow-up hit was followed by singles by Austin Hayes and Adley Rutschman.

Gunnar Henderson hit a solo home run that led to the bottom of seventh to draw the Orioles even for the first time since the start of the second inning. It was his 14th homer of the season

Mike Baumann (6-0) was the winning pitcher with 1 2/3 closing relief rounds. Felix Bautista made his 25th save with a perfect ninth after Yennier Cano had recorded his eighth goalless save despite Luis Arraez scoring twice.

There is a potential hit for the Orioles. Midfielder Cedric Mullins provided one run-scoring in the second inning, but soon after asked to be ejected from the game for a pinch runner with what was later described as a tight right quadriceps. He left the field shaking his head

Rutschman and Santander, who also had a single run-scoring in the fifth, finished with two strokes each.

Arraez went 4-for-5 but did not score despite hitting four hits for the sixth time this season (three five-hit games and three four-hit games). Teammate Jean Segura is 3-for-4 for a well-balanced Marlins attack in which five players with one RBI each

Huascar Brazoban (3-2) was charged for a loss, giving up two runs and four hits while recording only one run in the seventh.

Marlins starter Braxton Garrett gave up four runs on six hits in 4 2/3 innings

Baltimore starter Kyle Gibson lasted 5 1/3 innings despite giving up five runs on nine hits and two walks. He strikes one.

Miami scored four points in the second inning before Baltimore responded with three late innings. Jorge Mateo’s two-out triple closed the scoring for the Orioles

–Field Level Media

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