Arrieta – who emerged as the front runner for the team’s open No. 5 starter position – pitched six scoreless innings in an eventual scoreless 10-inning tie with Pittsburgh.
Arrieta stranded five runners in scoring position and escaped two-on, one-out jams in both the fourth and fifth innings. Sanchez held the Orioles to two hits – both of them singles by third baseman Manny Machado – in five innings.
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The Orioles had the best opportunity to score in the bottom of the ninth with runners on second and third with two outs, but catcher Chris Robinson hit a hard comebacker off Pirates pitcher Justin Wilson, but Wilson was able to recover and throw to first to beat Robinson and keep the game scoreless.