Final Score: Baltimore 2, Toronto 1 (12 innings)
Baltimore, MD (SportsNetwork.com) - David Lough's RBI single in the bottom of the 12th inning sent Baltimore past Toronto, 2-1, in the second of three between the teams from Camden Yards.
After J.J. Hardy flied out against Todd Redmond (0-1), Steve Lombardozzi stroked a ball into the gap in right center and raced all the way to third. Lough followed by slicing a pitch to left field to plate the winning run.
The hit made a winner of Zach Britton (2-0), who tossed two scoreless relief frames.
Jonathan Schoop knocked in the other run for the Orioles, who shook off a loss in Friday's opener to win for the fourth time in six overall.
Colby Rasmus' two-out, homer in the ninth stood as the lone production for the Blue Jays, who have lost two of three.
Baltimore finally broke through in the seventh against Neil Wagner. Lough kept the inning alive with a two-out base hit then raced all the way home when Schoop followed with a double to right.
Evan Meek walked Jose Bautista with two down in the eighth, but retired Edwin Encarnacion on a fielder's choice grounder to third.
Rasmus took Tommy Hunter deep a game-tying blast to center.
Toronto had runners on the corners with two out in the 10th, but Darren O'Day got Encarnacion on a fly out.
Lough, Lombardozzi and Nick Markakis all had two hits for Baltimore ... Melky Cabrera was the lone Blue Jay with more than one hit ... O's starter Bud Norris worked seven scoreless innings, giving up five hits and three walks with four strikeouts ... Jays hurler Drew Hutchison allowed four hits and walked two while fanning five over six scoreless frames.
04/12 23:09:46 ET
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