O's come home with smile

Benson's start, 4 runs in 7th salvage Toronto finale

Orioles 7 Blue Jays 5

April 28, 2006|By JEFF ZREBIEC | JEFF ZREBIEC,SUN REPORTER

TORONTO -- The Orioles started their first multi-city road trip with a victory in New York and ended it with another one here. As they packed their bags and headed back home, everything that happened in between, including closer Chris Ray's nail-biting ride through the ninth inning last night, hardly mattered.

Behind a strong outing from Kris Benson and steady contributions from an offense energized by Corey Patterson, the Orioles downed the Toronto Blue Jays, 7-5, before 18,756 at the Rogers Centre last night, salvaging one victory in the three-game series, and breaking a four-game losing streak.

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