CLEVELAND — The Orioles have been victims of the big inning recently, when everything seemingly collapses around the starting pitcher.
On Friday, the Orioles finally saw it from a different vantage point.
They pounded the Cleveland Indians, 10-2, Friday night for their second most lopsided victory of the season. It included a six-run third against veteran right-hander Derek Lowe — the most runs the Orioles have scored since getting seven in an inning May 5 against Boston.
“It's rare that we get four, five, six runs an inning. But when you get it, it puts the team in a really good position,” center fielder Adam Jones said. “The thing is we...