Numbers and notes after another Orioles extra-inning win

BOSTON -- The Orioles won their 16th straight extra-inning game tonight with a 9-6 12-inning win over the Red Sox at Fenway Park.

Here are some interesting notes that came out of tonight's game.

-- The Orioles' 16 straight extra-inning wins are the most since the 1949 Indians won 17 in a row. The O's 16 extra-inning wins are the most for one team in a season since the 1999 Braves won 17.

-- Eleven of the 16 have come on the road, with four of them coming at Fenway Park.

-- Tonight was the Orioles' 10th game of 12 or more innings this season. The O's are 9-1 in those contests. According to Elias the last time the Orioles played that many games of 12 or more innings was 10 in 1996. The franchise record of 13 was set by the 1914 St. Louis Browns.

-- Mark Reynolds hit his sixth homer in 10 games against the Red Sox this season. Sixteen of first baseman Mark Reynolds’ 22 homers have come against the AL East. He also has a .400 average (16-for-40) with four doubles, nine runs and 16 RBIs against the Red Sox this year.

-- Manny Machado’s third-inning fielding error snapped a 114-inning errorless streak for the Orioles. Their last streak that long was from June 27-July 11, 2003.

-- Catcher Matt Wieters (two doubles, a single and a walk) reached base four times, the 19th time he’s reached at least four times, passing Gus Triandos as second most by and Orioles catcher. Chris Hoiles holds the club record of 29.

-- This was the third game this season in which the Orioles recorded nine extra-base hits, their first since July 20 at Cleveland.

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