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Orioles can't keep the ball in the yard as Red Sox even series with 8-5 victory

Orioles can't keep the ball in the yard as Red Sox even series with 8-5 victory

Considering how many home runs the Orioles allowed during a record-smashing April, maybe it was only a matter of time before those lively baseballs started flying regularly out of Camden Yards again.

Orioles pitchers had limited opponents to just two homers through the first five games of May, but the Boston Red Sox resumed the bombardment Tuesday night, hitting three home runs in a 8-5 victory before an announced 10,703 that evened the three-game series at a game apiece.

“That’s a really good lineup,’’ Orioles starting pitcher David Hess said. “That’s one that obviously was good enough to win a world championship last year.”

The ball also carried well for the Orioles...

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