David Robertson pitched out of a bases-loaded jam in the ninth to pick up his first save as this season's heir apparent to all-time saves king Mariano Rivera, who is set to have season-ending knee surgery.
After giving up a single and two walks to load the bases, Robertson struck out Carlos Pena looking to end a dismal night for the Rays' first baseman, who was 0-for-5 and struck out four times.
Orioles 3, Rangers 10
Texas outfielder Josh Hamilton blasted four home runs to tie the MLB record and had eight RBIs in a prodigious night at the plate in Baltimore as the Rangers routed the Orioles 10-3 on Tuesday (Wednesday, PHL time).
Hamilton, the 2010 American League MVP, hit four two-run homers in the game to lift his season total to 14 roundtrippers and 36 RBIs, to go along with a .406 batting average.
He became the 16th Major League player to achieve the long-ball feat, and the first since Carlos Delgado did it in September 2003 for the Toronto Blue Jays.
Hamilton, who also doubled to go 5-for-5 in the game, also set an American League record with 18 total bases in the contest.
The slugger, who can become a free agent after this season, homered in the first and third off Baltimore starter Jake Arrieta, connected in the seventh off reliever Zach Phillips and finished up by driving a shot over the center-field wall against Darren O'Day. (Reuters)