Sea 0 0 3 0 1 2 0 2 0 8
Bal 4 0 1 1 1 4 0 0 X 11
Date of game: 8/2/2013
Game Log
Bottom Inning 8
Manny Machado struck out swinging to end the inning.

Bottom Inning 8
Ryan Flaherty reached first on Brad Miller's fielding error. Runner on first with one out and Nate McLouth due up.

Bottom Inning 7
J.J. Hardy flied out to center to end the inning.

Bottom Inning 6
Henry Urrutia singled to left. On the play, J.J. Hardy advances to second. Runners on first and second with none out and Ryan Flaherty due up.

Bottom Inning 3
Chris Davis two-out, solo Home Run (40) to right. Matt Wieters due up.

Top Inning 3
Raul Ibanez flied out to right to end the inning.

Top Inning 3
Humberto Quintero walked. Runner on first with none out and Brad Miller due up.

Top Inning 2
Michael Morse grounded into a double play, third to second to first to end the inning.

Top Inning 2
Kendrys Morales singled to right. Runner on first with none out and Raul Ibanez due up.

Bottom Inning 1
Nate McLouth singled to center. Runner on first with none out and Manny Machado due up.

Top Inning 1
Nick Franklin grounded out second to first. None on with two outs and Kyle Seager due up.

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