Orioles Win in Exciting Fashion

Tonight the Orioles won against the World Series Champions to a score of five to three. The Washington Nationals started off hot in the bottom of the second inning with a Juan Soto blast to left field to put the Nationals up one to nothing.

Soon after in the same inning, Kurt Suzuki drove in Howie Kendrick to put the lead at two to nothing. Furthermore, the Nationals would keep their bats hot entering the bottom of the sixth. Eric Thames doubled to center field to score their eventual final run. Thus, making the game three to nothing after six innings.

The Orioles were quiet in the scoring department through seven innings. However, this was where the Orioles would stage their comeback and eventual win. To kick off the scoring, Pat Valaika launched a home run to left field to cut the lead now to three to one. Immediately, Pedro Severino hit his own home run to left field to make it a three to two ball game. The Orioles put on a show with three back to back home runs.

The last home run came from, none other than, Anthony Santander to score two runs. This would put the Orioles ahead five to three. The Nationals could not come back from this deficit.

The Orioles scored five runs off of six hits with one error and the Nationals scored three runs off of eight hits with no errors. The Orioles now sit only two and a half games back out of first place. Tomorrow afternoon, the Orioles hope to complete a series sweep.

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