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Davis powers O's past Tampa Bay

Davis powers O's past Tampa Bay

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – The Baltimore Orioles had a string of eight straight quality starts broken on Tuesday night. That was the bad news. The good news was that they scored their most runs since June 3 and won 7-5 over the Tampa Bay Rays before 10,803 at Tropicana Field. In those eight quality starts, the Orioles (36-34) had only four wins. The Orioles took a 5-0 lead off Erik Bedard (3-5) in the third. Jonathan Schoop scored on Bedard's wild pitch and with the bases loaded, Chris Davis hit a fly ball to the left field corner that was ruled in play. But after a review, it was upgraded to a grand slam. It was Davis' 12th home run of the season and third career grand slam....

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