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Chris Davis blasted a three run homer in the top of the seventh inning.
Not many bad things can be said about the Orioles' offensive production on Tuesday. Baltimore totaled 13 hits against the Rays, six of which went for extra bases.
In addition to the team's 13 hits, every Orioles hitter tallied at least one hit (with the exception of DH Steve Pearce), and four hitters accounted for two or more hits.
Adam Jones and Matt Wieters put their power bats on display early. Jones hit a double with two outs in the first, and shortly after, Wieters knocked him in on a two-run homer. Both Jones and Wieters would add another double each later on in the game, providing the much expected power at the heart of the order.
Another performance that cannot go unmentioned is that of Chris Davis. Davis hit a crucial three-run blast off of Rays reliever Jake McGee in the top of the seventh after an intentional walk to Matt Wieters.
Sure, every team is going to have its ups and downs during the season, but if this lineup can stay healthy, the Orioles should see another successful year at the plate.