The Orioles recorded the final run without the ball leaving the infield. The infield singles and intentional walks were played before the selfish pitch of Matt Moore, scored by ghostrunner Austin Hays, before the end of the game.
Mateo, beaten behind his left knee, was helped by his teammates to first baseman to complete the victory.
Marcus Semien led nine home runs and Texas 6-5. Orioles' Adley Rutschman's two-out double at the bottom of the inning knocked in runner Ryan McKenna and forced an additional frame to score.
Semien's 10th home run this season was his third hit in the game. The blast came from Jorge Perez, who was the fifth of the six Baltimore pitchers used in the openers of the three-game series.
Mitch Garver's 3-run home run capped the Rangers' 5-run 5 times.
Cedric Mullins hit a home run, doubled with an Orioles home run, and the Orioles returned on a 5-5 road trip. Rougned Odor hit Baltimore three times, winning two straight wins following four skids.
Joe Barlow pitched 9th and couldn't secure the Rangers save. Moore (3-1) lost after not retiring the batter.
Baltimore's Brian Baker (3-3) won in 10th place. Lopez appeared in his third game in four days and allowed at least a run on each of them.
Orioles starter Dean Kremer passed four innings unharmed. However, as Baltimore's 2-0 lead disappeared, he was impressed with 5 runs and 8 hits in 42/3 innings.
Texas's five goals began with Adolis Garcia's sacrifice fly and Natrow's run-scoring single. The
5-2 lead did not last long. When First Baseman Rowe made a one-out mistake and scored two runs, the Malins returned home in fifth and the Orioles drew in sixth.
Texas starter Dane Dunning allowed five runs (three wins) in seven hits and one walk.
Baltimore has started scoring twice with Jonathan Arauzu's run scoring single. The Orioles pushed the edge 2-0 when the RBI of Malins doubled in the third inning.
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