The Orioles offense did its part against the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday afternoon, hitting three homers and scoring six runs. But a Baltimore pitching staff that issued a season-high eight walks couldn’t keep the Toronto hitters off the bases in an 11-6 loss at Rogers Centre.
Toronto scored five runs in the sixth inning, taking control on Edwin Encarnacion’s three-run homer off left-hander T.J. McFarland (1-2).
Orioles right-hander Mike Wright failed to get an out in the sixth inning and was charged with four runs on 12 base runners -- six hits, a career-high five walks and a hit batter.
“Not only him, but the team has to battle,”...