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Orioles beat Twins to hit three home runs

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Ryan Mountcastle returns home, Tyler Wells wins five straight games, and Baltimore Orioles beat the Minnesota Twins 3-1 on Sunday afternoon in Minneapolis, losing four games in a row.

Trey Mancini and Rougned Odor also hit Orioles home runs, finishing 12 games in a row on the target field until July 9, 2017.

Wells (7-4), Minnesota's 15-round pick in the 2016 draft moved to Baltimore in the 2020 Rule 5 draft, carrying no-hitters in 5 innings for 2 consecutive wins, 15 times. Allowed less than 3 runs on consecutive starts. He left after allowing him to walk over one run and six innings with three hits, hitting the best seven of his career.

When Baltimore finished a 10-game road trip with a 5-5 record, Dillon Tate went 1-2-3 to 9 for a second save of the season. I hit 2 while throwing the second.

Devin Smeltzer (4-2) was defeated, 6 innings, 6 hits and 3 runs. He walked one and hit three.

Baltimore led 1-0 in the fifth inning, with O'Doul leading eight home runs in the season and a 408-foot drive to the center right.

When Mancini and Mountcastle hit home runs on a back-to-back pitch and opened the innings, the Orioles extended the lead to 3-0 in the sixth inning. Mancini's season eight home runs moved to the second deck on the left, and Mountcastle lined up his 14 home runs in the season 360-foot line just inside the left fielder foul pole.

The twins cut it 3-1 at the bottom of the sixth. Gilberto Celestino led the walk, moving to second place in the Luis Arráez single and third when Carlos Correa double-played. After that, Jorge Polanco drove Celestino with a single to the right.

– Field-level media