McCutchen had three of the Pirates five hits.

Charlie Morton struggled and didn't make it for the third inning bell. Jake Arrieta lasted five innings to get his ninth win as the Orioles batted around in the first inning to support their starting pitcher.

Morton started off poorly. The first four hitters reached base, with Adam Jones knocking in J.J. Hardy and Nick Markakis followed by Derrek Lee knocking in Jones with a single. After a one out walk to Mark Reynolds, Felix Pie whiffed for the second out of the inning. But Robert Andino and Jake Arrieta connected on consecutive two out singles to score two more runs, making it 5-0.

Baltimore added another pair in the second. Markakis singled. Lee reached on an error from Josh Harrison. Matt Wieters doubled in Markakis and Reynolds ...

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