Dean Kremer, Orioles beat Phillies – News Block

Colton Cowser hit a go-ahead RBI double in the ninth to lift the baltimore orioles past the host Philadelphia Phillies 3-2 on Monday

Cowser, who replaced the injured Aaron Hicks in the third inning, threw the ball out of Kyle Schwarber’s reach down the left-field line to score Gunnar Henderson.

Jordan Westburg and Ryan Mountcastle each hit solo home runs for the orioleswho has won five out of six

orioles starter Dean Kremer allowed three hits and one run with three strikeouts and two walks in seven innings

Bryan Baker (4-3) picked up the win after getting the final out of the eighth. Cionel Pérez allowed a single and a walk, but pitched a scoreless ninth for his first save in two chances.

Schwarber had an RBI sacrifice fly and two walks for Philadelphia, while Nick Castellanos added an RBI single.

With runners on first and second and no outs in the eighth inning, Edmundo Sosa lined into a double play. Bryce Harper then singled to send Schwarber to second, and Castellanos homered it to tie the game. Harper also tried to score but was sent off at home.

Phillies Starter Cristopher Sánchez pitched seven innings and allowed four hits and two runs with a career-high eight strikeouts and no walks. Craig Kimbrel (6-2) took the loss

Johan Rojas also had two hits and two stolen bases for the Phillies

He orioles it went ahead 1–0 in the second when Westburg hit a solo home run just inside the foul pole in right field. It was Westburg’s first career home run.

Rojas ripped a liner to center in the third and Hicks made a diving catch. Although the ball seemed to slip out of Hicks’ glove, Rojas was ruled out. Hicks also left the game with a cramp in his left hamstring.

Trea Turner made his second mistake, this time in the fifth against Jorge Mateo, and the orioles runners placed on first and second with two out. Austin Hays struck out to end the threat

In the bottom of the fifth, Rojas singled to right field and the Phillies he had runners on first and third with one out. Rojas then stole second and Schwarber hit a sacrifice fly to center, which scored Garrett Stubbs with the tying run. Turner struck out looking to end the inning and was soon thrown out by home plate umpire Will Little for arguing.

He orioles regained a 2–1 lead in the sixth on Mountcastle’s 451-foot solo home run up center

–Field level media

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