Adam Lind’s RBI double to left with one out in the last of the tenth gave Toronto a 3-2 win over the Orioles on Saturday afternoon. The series is even at a win each.
Joe Inglett led off the 10th with an infield hit, and, after a fielders choice and single by Aaron Hill, Lind hit one off the left field wall to end the game.
Chris Tillman started and produced the best of his three starts so far for the Orioles, but did not get a decision.
Tillman pitched 6 2/3, the longest of his three O’s starts to date. He gave up four hits and two runs with three walks and four strikeouts. Tillman threw 110 pitches and lowered his ERA to 5.19.
Toronto took a 2-0 lead in the second. Lyle Overbay drew a walk on a close 3-2 pitch and scored on an Alex Rios homer to left. Rios hit number 14 on a 2-0 pitch.
The O’s tied the game in the fourth. Aubrey Huff and Nolan Reimold produced back-to-back RBI doubles.
The Birds missed a chance to break the 2-2 tie in the sixth. They loaded the bases with one out, but Matt Wieters popped up and Cesar Izturis flied out.
Jays starter Brett Cecil left after 4 1/3 innings with a knee contusion. He gave up five hits and two runs.
The O’s fall to 2-4 on this road trip, 6-5 vs. Toronto and 6-16 since the All-Star break.