Chris Davis shines, Orioles beats Tampa Bay Rays 11-5
In this game, Davis (2-for-3, three runs, four RBIs) hit a pair of two-run shots. Jonathan Schoop homered for the sixth time in seven games, a three-run blast. Austin Wynns added a solo homer.
Bundy now has allowed 26 homers in 115 1/3 innings, matching what he gave up in all of 2017.
The Orioles scored their first run when Mark Trumbo grounded into a force play to score Tim Beckham. Adam Jones' hard slide took out the second baseman Daniel Robertson and stopped him from trying to complete a double play.
Robertson left the game in the fourth with a left ankle bruise, though X-rays were negative.
Davis followed with a two-run homer on a ball that actually hit the palm of center fielder Mallex Smith's glove but bounced over the fence. It gave the Orioles a 3-0 lead.
C.J. Cron hit the first of his two solo homers in the second for the Rays before Jones answered in the bottom half with an RBI single.
Cron lined another solo homer in the fourth before Wynns homered to left in the bottom half. That call had to stand up under review as a fan reached out to catch the ball.
Jace Peterson added an RBI single in the fifth for Baltimore, stretching the lead to 6-2. Jake Bauers hit the Rays' third homer of the day in the sixth, making it 6-3.
Schoop added his three-run homer in the seventh before the Rays scored two in the eighth. Davis answered with his long two-run shot in the bottom of the eighth.
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