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Miguel Cabrera

Davis' 2-run homer in 13th beats Tigers, 13-11, after both teams score three in 12th

Davis' 2-run homer in 13th beats Tigers, 13-11, after both teams score three in 12th

With seven runs on seven hits in the third inning and a barrage of runs in extra frames, the Orioles needed every one of them Tuesday night in a victory during which their offense overcame a pitching performance that everyone involved is eager to forget.

All told, in their 13-11, 13-inning win over the Detroit Tigers before an announced 25,109 at Comerica Park, they had 20 hits and scored 13 runs, headlined by two home runs by first baseman Chris Davis plus productive nights from designated hitter Mark Trumbo and returning catcher Welington Castillo.

"It was a lot of fun at the very end," Davis said. "But those games are taxing. They’re definitely a lot more...

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