Trumbo has now hit five homers in the past five games, and had five RBIs in that one inning. It marked his first five-RBI game since Sept. 15, 2014.
Home runs by second baseman Jonathan Schoop and right fielder Nolan Reimold also contributed to that game-winning inning, which erased a 5-1 deficit that the Rangers had built in the second inning off Orioles starter Vance Worley.
In total, 12 men came to the plate for the Orioles (8-2) in that seventh inning, which saw the Rangers use three pitchers. Outfielder Adam Jones added an RBI single after third baseman Manny Machado barely missed what could have been yet another home run off the right-center-field wall.
It was the Orioles' biggest inning since Sept. 11, when they homered three times including two grand slams during a 10-run inning against the Kansas City Royals. They also homered three times in the fifth inning of last Friday's 6-1 win against the Tampa Bay Rays.
Schoop also homered in the eighth inning — his third of the season — to provide the final insurance run. The Orioles have now hit 20 home runs through the first 10 games of the season.