=== Orioles try for another win versus Mariners ===
 
 (Sports  Network) - After slugging it out in the first game of this three-game
 series, the Baltimore Orioles and Seattle Mariners will battle again at Camden
 Yards on Saturday.
 
 On  Friday night,  the Orioles got the  better of the Mariners in an offensive
 game in which seven home runs were hit. Nate McClouth launched a grand slam in
 the 11-8 win for the Orioles. Chris Davis went 1-for-4 and hit his MLB-leading
 40th  home run  of the season while  Ryan Flaherty also homered and Adam Jones
 went 2-for-4 with a double and three RBI.
 
 Chris Tillman earned his 14th win of the season despite allowing six runs in 5
 1/3  innings while Jim Johnson pitched a scoreless ninth inning to pick up his
 38th save.
 
 Baltimore  has  won three  of its  last four games  and is  one of three teams
 leading the wild card race.
 
 Aaron  Harang took  the loss for Seattle,  his 10th of the season, by allowing
 seven runs over five innings.
 
 Kendrys  Morales went 4-for-4  with a home run and a pair of RBI while Michael
 Morse, Michael Saunders and Humberto Quintero also went deep for the Mariners.
 
 Seattle has lost four straight.
 
 Making  just his fourth start of the season for Seattle will be Erasmo Ramirez
 when he takes the mound on Saturday.
 
 Ramirez pitched in 16 games and made eight starts last season but an injury to
 his  triceps before the regular season started kept him off the field. He then
 went on to pitch in Triple-A before getting called back up to the major league
 club on July 11 to make a start against the Red Sox.
 
 The  right-hander still seems  to be trying to find his footing since the call
 up. Though he has a 2-0 record in his three starts, Ramirez has an ERA of 7.71
 and has allowed 21 hits and eight walks in 16 1/3 innings of work.
 
 His  last start  was arguably  his best  as Ramirez  lasted a  season-high six
 innings  while  allowing four runs and  striking out a season best six batters
 against Minnesota.
 
 Making  his  sixth start  of the season  in a Baltimore  uniform will be Scott
 Feldman, who takes the ball from manager Buck Showalter on Saturday.
 
 Feldman  was traded  from the Cubs to  Baltimore on July 2 and since switching
 teams and leagues he has not looked like the same pitcher. In Chicago, Feldman
 was 7-6 with an ERA of 3.46. In five starts with the Orioles, the right-hander
 has gone 2-2 with an ERA over 5.00.
 
 Feldman was off his game in his last start when he allowed four runs over just
 five  innings of work in a 7-3 loss to the Red Sox. The start was the shortest
 by  Feldman since  April 11  when he  lasted just  4 1/3  innings against  San
 Francisco.
 
 In  his career, Feldman  has split the 10 decisions he has factored in against
 Seattle.  In all he  has appeared in 26 games against the Mariners, with 12 of
 those outings coming as starts. In that time Feldman has earned a 4.05 ERA.
 
 The Orioles and Mariners have split four meetings.
 
 08/03 09:17:57 ET