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Baltimore at Florida

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Baltimore (32-38)1000000230006110
Florida (36-36) «0000105000017141

Marlins 7, Orioles 6 (12)

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MIAMI -- The Florida Marlins squandered a late five-run lead but still managed to reach the .500 mark for the first time since mid-May.

Jorge Cantu singled home Emilio Bonifacio with no outs in the 12th inning Tuesday to give the Marlins a 7-6 victory over Baltimore that snapped the Orioles' five-game winning streak.

Brian Bass (4-2) began the 12th by walking Bonifacio and he advanced to second on a wild pitch with Hanley Ramirez batting. Ramirez was then intentionally walked.

Cantu lined a single to left and Luke Scott's throw home beat Bonifacio but the ball came out of catcher Gregg Zaun's glove on the tag.

"I thought he was out. I didn't see Zaun drop the ball," said Marlins manager Fredi Gonzalez, whose team led 6-1 after seven innings.

Zaun said he should have made the play despite the short hop.

"It's not one I haven't made dozens of times in my career before. It just took a funny little squirt to the right and I didn't catch it in a good part of the mitt," Zaun said.

Ramirez hit his second career grand slam and Dan Uggla homered for Florida, which improved to 36-36, its first time at .500 since May 13.

Matt Wieters homered and added an RBI single for Baltimore.

Burke Badenhop (5-2) pitched two scoreless innings for the win.

The Orioles scored three runs in the ninth to tie the game at 6 with five consecutive singles off relievers Matt Lindstrom and Brian Sanches.

Pinch-hitter Ty Wigginton's run-scoring single made it 6-5 and chased Lindstrom. Sanches came on and gave up Oscar Salazar's single that tied the score.

Lindstrom failed to earn the save two nights after allowing two ninth-inning runs in saving a 6-5 victory against the New York Yankees.

"It's inexplicable, I can't put my finger on anything except I have to do a better job and take responsibility for what happened," Lindstrom said.

Ramirez's grand slam highlighted a five-run seventh that gave Florida a 6-1 lead.

Danys Baez relieved Koji Uehara to start the seventh and gave up five runs in one-third of an inning.

"It was a hanging split-finger to Ramirez. I threw a good one before that," Baez said.

Uehara is now 0-4 with six no-decisions since his last win, on April 13.

Florida's Andrew Miller pitched one-hit ball through seven innings, allowing one run, two walks and striking out four. He retired 13 straight batters at one point.

"I was throwing out of the windup a lot tonight, which was nice," Miller said.

Uggla's 14th homer tied at 1 in the fifth.

Baltimore took a 1-0 lead two batters into the game. Brian Roberts led off with a double to left went to third on a wild pitch and scored on a sacrifice fly by Nick Markakis.

Florida's Leo Nunez left the game with a sprained right ankle after facing two batters in the eighth, including Wieters' homer

Notes

Ramirez hit his first grand slam off Washington's Steven Shell on opening day. ... The Orioles recalled RHP Chris Ray from Triple-A Norfolk. ... Baltimore SS Cesar Izturis (appendicitis) joined the team in Florida. "He started some light activity, some running, jogging, swinging the bat off the tee, playing catch," said manager Dave Trembley, who added Izturis likely would need a week before increasing the workload. ... Trembley said RHP Dennis Sarfate (circulatory condition) was ready to start throwing off the mound in his rehab.

 
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Florida

H. Ramirez
AB 5
R 1
H 2
HR 1
RBI 4
Baltimore

M. Wieters
AB 4
R 1
H 2
HR 1
RBI 2
 

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Baltimore Orioles
Brian Roberts, 2B5110102 .290
Nick Markakis, RF4011111 .291
Adam Jones, CF6000022 .309
Aubrey Huff, 1B5000101 .270
Melvin Mora, 3B4110101 .271
Nolan Reimold, LF3000011 .279
    Chris Ray, P0000000 .000
   a- Luke Scott, PH-LF2110000 .300
Matt Wieters, C4122011 .262
    Jeremy Guthrie, PR0100000 .000
    Gregg Zaun, C0000100 .226
Robert Andino, SS3110001 .258
   b- Ty Wigginton, PH-SS2021000 .261
Koji Uehara, P2000010 .000
    Danys Baez, P00000001.000
    Felix Pie, LF0000000 .202
   c- Oscar Salazar, PH-LF2021000 .467
    Jim Johnson, P0000000 .000
   d- Rich Hill, PH1000001 .167
    Brian Bass, P0000000 .000
Totals43611556  
a-singled for Ray in the 9th
b-singled for Andino in the 9th
c-singled for Pie in the 8th
d-lined out for Johnson in the 11th
Batting
2B - Brian Roberts (24, Miller)
HR - Matt Wieters (2, Nunez)
SF - Nick Markakis (3)
RBI - Nick Markakis (45), Matt Wieters 2 (6), Ty Wigginton (20), Oscar Salazar (1)
2-OUT RBI - Matt Wieters (1), Ty Wigginton (11), Oscar Salazar (1)
Team LOB - 7
Fielding
DP - Uehara-Wieters-Huff
E - Melvin Mora (5, Misplayed grounder)
Baltimore Orioles
Koji Uehara 6711021 4.05
Danys Baez 0.1455001 4.42
Chris Ray 1.2000010 8.47
Jim Johnson 2100010 2.52
Brian Bass (L,4-2) 1111210 4.03
IBB - H. Ramirez by Brian Bass
WP - Brian Bass (3)
Pitches-Strikes - Koji Uehara 76-59, Danys Baez 13-8, Chris Ray 18-14, Jim Johnson 24-17, Brian Bass 21-9
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Koji Uehara 7-8, Danys Baez 2-0, Chris Ray 2-3, Jim Johnson 3-2, Brian Bass 2-0
Batters Faced - Koji Uehara 24, Danys Baez 6, Chris Ray 6, Jim Johnson 7, Brian Bass 6
Florida Marlins
Chris Coghlan, LF6120000 .275
Emilio Bonifacio, 3B5211111 .240
Hanley Ramirez, SS5124101 .329
Jorge Cantu, 1B6021002 .276
Jeremy Hermida, RF4000012 .258
    Brett Carroll, RF1000000 .280
Dan Uggla, 2B5121011 .217
Cody Ross, CF5020001 .268
    Burke Badenhop, P0000000 .000
John Baker, C5110012 .244
Andrew Miller, P2000002 .105
   a- Ross Gload, PH1110000 .303
    Leo Nunez, P0000000 .000
    Dan Meyer, P0000000 .000
   b- Wes Helms, PH1000001 .237
    Matt Lindstrom, P0000000 .000
    Brian Sanches, P0000000 .000
    Renyel Pinto, P0000000 .000
    Alejandro De Aza, CF1000010 .222
Totals47713725  
a-singled for Miller in the 7th
b-grounded out for Meyer in the 8th
Batting
2B - Hanley Ramirez (22, Uehara), Jorge Cantu (16, Uehara)
HR - Hanley Ramirez (10, Baez), Dan Uggla (14, Uehara)
RBI - Emilio Bonifacio (18), Hanley Ramirez 4 (40), Jorge Cantu (45), Dan Uggla (43)
Team LOB - 9
Fielding
Outfield Assists - Brett Carroll 1
DP - H. Ramirez-Uggla-Cantu, Bonifacio-Uggla-Cantu, Bonifacio-Uggla-Cantu
E - Hanley Ramirez (7, Throwing)
Florida Marlins
Andrew Miller 7111240 4.17
Leo Nunez0222001 4.13
Dan Meyer 1100010 2.10
Matt Lindstrom (H,2) 0.2433000 6.52
Brian Sanches (BS,1) 0.1100000 0.59
Renyel Pinto 1000200 2.22
Burke Badenhop (W,5-2) 2200110 3.60
WP - Andrew Miller (5)
Pitches-Strikes - Andrew Miller 83-52, Leo Nunez 5-3, Dan Meyer 14-9, Matt Lindstrom 16-12, Brian Sanches 4-3, Renyel Pinto 15-5, Burke Badenhop 26-16
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Andrew Miller 12-5, Dan Meyer 1-0, Matt Lindstrom 2-0, Brian Sanches 1-0, Renyel Pinto 1-1, Burke Badenhop 1-3
Batters Faced - Andrew Miller 24, Leo Nunez 2, Dan Meyer 3, Matt Lindstrom 6, Brian Sanches 2, Renyel Pinto 4, Burke Badenhop 8
Game Information
Attendance - 10222
Game Time - 3:16
Temperature - 73
Umpires - Home - Marty Foster, First Base - Chad Fairchild, Second Base - John Hirschbeck, Third Base - Wally Bell