The Orioles blew a four-run lead and fell to the Toronto Blue Jays. After losing game one of the series, Baltimore was ready to battle against the Canadian team, and what a game it was.
Travis Shaw scored on a throwing error in the 10th inning, and the Blue Jays got away with the win 8-7.
Shaw was at second base in the 10th when Cole Sulser walked Vladimir Guerrero Jr., and both runners advanced on a bunt. Lourdes Gurriel Jr. followed with a sharp grounder to first that Chris Davis stabbed with a dive, then threw home from a sitting position.
The ball took one hop and went through the hands of catcher Pedro Severino an instant before Shaw crossed the plate.
The Jays are 9-11 one third of the way through their season. When Shaw was asked about his thoughts about this year so far, he responded that the coming games should be better.
"I think the next 20 should be better than the first 20."
Randal Grichuk keeps making an impact for Toronto, homering and driving in four runs. Grichuk, who is on a seven-game hitting streak, raised his batting average 75 points to .333. Also, over the last five games he has four homers and 11 RBIs.