If you missed the details, here they are. For the 20th straight game, the O's had the lead, a couple of times, including 5-4 going into the top of the eighth. So, the bullpen buckled again and Washington grabbed the lead, 6-5. But wait, the Orioles did tie the game, 6-6, in the bottom of the ninth. As the game rolled into extra innings with Baltimore closer Chris Ray pitching, the Orioles were within one strike of retiring the Nationals in the top of the 11th. But Ray gave up back-to-back walks (the first after having an 0-2 count) with a man on first and then, on his 38th and final pitch, surrendered a triple to Felipe Lopez.