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Cleveland, OH (Sports Network) - Jhonny Peralta singled home Luis Valbuena with the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning, as the Cleveland Indians edged the Baltimore Orioles, 9-8, in the second test of a three-game series at Progressive Field. Kenny Britt Jersey . Peralta finished with three hits and two RBI for the Indians, who have won two straight on the heels of an 11-game slide. Andy Marte hit a two-run homer and recorded a sacrifice fly, while Valbuena had two hits, scored twice and knocked in a pair of runs. Jeremy Sowers started for the Tribe and yielded five runs on six hits over five innings. Luke Scott clubbed a three-run homer for the Orioles, who tied the game in the top of the ninth against Kerry Wood (3-3) on sac flies by Nick Markakis and Melvin Mora. Robert Andino and Michael Aubrey each hit a solo shot. Jason Berken was tagged for four runs on eight hits in 3 2/3 innings. The Indians pushed across four runs in the seventh inning to erase a 6-4 deficit. Sean Henn was on the mound for Baltimore and issued a leadoff walk to pinch- hitter Michael Brantley. Consecutive doubles by Asdrubal Cabrera and Valbuena tied the game. Henn was relieved by Chris Ray, and Shin-Soo Choo singled to put men on the corners. A double by Peralta produced the go-ahead run, and Marte added a sac fly later in the frame for an 8-6 Cleveland lead. After Wood blew his sixth save of the season, Valbuena singled off Jim Johnson (4-6) to begin the bottom half. Valbuena advanced to second on a groundout by Choo and scored the deciding run when Peralta laced a base hit to center. Choo homered to start the fourth, a drive to right field. Travis Hafner singled with one out and Marte followed with a blast to left-center. Lou Marson doubled and scored on a Cabrera base hit for a 4-0 Indians lead. Baltimore immediately countered with a five-spot in the next frame to move ahead. The top of the fifth began in similar fashion to the previous inning, with Andino sending a pitch over the wall in left-center. Brian Roberts singled and came home on a one-out double by Matt Wieters. Mora worked a two-out walk and Scott deposited an offering from Sowers into the right-field bleachers for his 25th home run. Aubrey went deep against Cleveland reliever Jensen Lewis to open the sixth inning and extend Baltimores advantage to 6-4. Game Notes The Os have now lost nine straight games...Cleveland went 6-for-10 with runners in scoring position.   Arian Foster Elite Jersey . Thorpe enters his 15th season with the Knighthawks and first as a member of the front office in 2009 and is the only member of Rochesters inaugural team. David Price Jersey . Chen Fei Xinhua SHANGHAI - China will build four industrial zones for ocean engineering equipment and develop several enterprises to service the field over the next 10 to 20 years, each with a projected revenue of 10 billion yuan ($1. Indianapolis Colts Nike Jersey . His initial reaction? More pain than jubilation. After all, taking a 96 mph fastball in the side can hurt. Alex Gordon Jersey . Related readings: Finnish media: 4 dead in mall shooting At least 3 dead, 5 wounded in St. Louis shooting Two killed, one injured in party shooting in western Canada 11 held in latest shooting in Guangzhou One of the three victims?- a man in his 20s?- died while the other two remained in critical condition at a hospital, police official Mitsuyuki Oda said. Steve Johnson Elite Jersey . Numbers Game looks at the Michael Pineda and Jesus Montero deal. The Yankees Get: RHP Michael Pineda. SUDBURY, Ont. -- Sylvie Robichauds New Brunswick rink remained undefeated at the Canadian mixed curling championship after an 11-3 win over Scott Hamiltons Yukon team Saturday. New Brunswick is alone atop the standings at 3-0 with four teams -- Quebec, Ontario, Saskatchewan and Northern Ontario -- tied for second at 2-0. Brett Gallants P.E.I.. Ed Reed Elite Jersey. team is alone in third at 2-1 after a 7-3 win over Alberta (1-1) in Draw 3. In other Draw 3 results, Saskatchewan beat Nova Scotia 9-2, Manitoba (1-1) handled Newfoundland and Labrador 9-3 and Northern Ontario routed British Columbia 10-2. Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador and B.C. are still winless at 0-2. ' ' ' 


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