BALTIMORE -- BALTIMORE (AP) -- Carlos Santana doubled in two runs with two outs in the 13th inning, and the Cleveland Indians beat the Baltimore Orioles 8-7 Thursday night for their fourth straight victory. Ryan Rayburn and Lonnie Chisenhall homered for the Indians, whose winning streak ties a season high. Three of Clevelands last four games have gone extra innings, including a 13-inning win over Detroit on Wednesday night. The Indians became the first team since the 2010 Angels to play two straight games of at least 13 innings, and it was the first time since 2003 that Cleveland played two consecutive 13-inning games. After two hits and a walk loaded the bases in the 13th, Santana came to plate against Troy Patton (0-1) with a .148 batting average. He pulled a sharp grounder inside the third-base line, only his third hit in 32 at-bats with two outs and runners on. Josh Outman (4-0) pitched two scoreless innings and Scott Atchison got three outs for his first save, despite giving up a solo home run to Nick Markakis. Ryan Flaherty also homered for Baltimore and Adam Jones had three hits. Orioles third baseman Manny Machado left after 11 innings with right groin stiffness. He didnt begin play this season until May 1 after undergoing off-season knee surgery. Baltimore used a five-run sixth inning to erase a 3-0 deficit, and after the Indians pulled even in the seventh the Orioles scored the go-ahead run in the bottom half without benefit of a hit. Shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera fumbled Machados sharp grounder and Jones followed with a bouncer to third. Santana threw wildly to second base trying to start a double play, leaving runners on second and third with one out. After Mark Lowe issued an intentional walk to Chris Davis, Nelson Cruz hit a sacrifice fly to make it 6-5. Chisenhall answered in the eighth with a pinch-hit homer off Darren ODay to make it 6-all. It was Chisenhalls second home run of the season, both in the last two games. Much earlier, Indians starter Justin Masterson induced three double plays over the first five innings while being pressed into action on three days rest. In the Baltimore sixth, after Steve Clevenger and J.J. Hardy delivered two-out RBI singles, Flaherty hit a 2-1 pitch over the 25-foot scoreboard in right field to make it 5-3. The advantage vanished in the seventh. With one out, Flaherty fumbled a potential double-play grounder to second base, getting an out at first that resulted in an RBI for David Murphy. Mike Aviles then chased Orioles starter Wei-Yin Chen with a game-tying single. Baltimore regained the lead in the bottom half, but it would not last in this back-and-forth duel. Raburn put the Indians up 1-0 with a solo shot in the second inning, his first home run in 51 at-bats this season. Cleveland made it 3-0 in the third when Michael Brantley tripled in a run and scored on Chens first wild pitch of the year. NOTES: Baltimore has 12 or more hits in four straight games for the first time since April 2007. ... The Indians placed starter Zach McAllister (lower back strain) on the 15-day DL and recalled rookie T.J. House from Triple-A Columbus. House will make his first major league start Friday night against the Orioles, who will send Bud Norris to the mound. ... Cleveland also purchased Lowes contract from Columbus and optioned LHP Kyle Crockett to the same club. ... Baltimore placed RHP Tommy Hunter (groin strain) on the 15-day DL and recalled RHP Preston Guilmet. ... Chris Davis will likely be out Sunday and Monday on paternity leave while doctors induce labour on the first basemans wife, Orioles manager Buck Showalter said. ... Jones has reached safely in 16 straight games. ... Baltimores Zach Britton blanked Cleveland in the 9th and 10th innings, his 10th consecutive scoreless outing. Paris Saint-Germain Jerseys
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"In the second period we just started to stall in the neutral zone. Were a team that needs to push the puck up the ice and establish a forecheck and we didnt do that for the first 13, 14 minutes of the second period." When the Leafs were able to apply some pressure, Sergei Bobrovsky was more than equal to the task. The Columbus goalie made 28 saves and stood especially tall when Toronto pushed for the tying goal in the final minutes of the game. "Their goalie made some really big saves in the third period and we missed some opportunities that we usually score on," said Leafs winger Joffrey Lupul. "We had some good chances, they just didnt go in." Its the Leafs third consecutive defeat since the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Toronto dropped overtime games on the road to the New York Islanders on Thursday and Montreal Saturday. "The three losses hurt because we had points available to us on the road," Carlyle said. "Thats the hard part, losing two overtime games on the road when we had one-goal leads in both games. That kind of kicks you a little bit, it doesnt feel very good." The Leafs remain in fifth place in the Eastern Conference, but five teams are within five or fewer points. "Obviously we wanted a different outcome in the past three games," Franson said. "But if you look at them we were sloppy on (Long) Island and still gave ourselves a chance to win. I thought we played a pretty decent game against Montreal, a couple of bounces and some penalty trouble cost us that one. "We didnt play a full 60 minutes tonight and thats on us. The other two games couldve gone either way." The loss against Columbus ended a seven-game home winning streak for Toronto, the Leafs longest at Air Canada Centre since a nine-game run in 2006-07. "We were rolling pretty good there and feeling quite confident in what we were doing (before the Olympic break)," Franson said. "When youre rolling like that, someetimes it can be difficult to find that smoothness in how you were performing before.dddddddddddd" The victory gives the Blue Jackets a sweep of the season series as Columbus beat Toronto 5-2 on Oct. 25 and thumped the Leafs 6-0 on Nov. 25. "They play a stingy game, they dont give you too much," Franson said. "They forecheck hard, they make you execute down low and if you dont youre going to get bit." Mason Raymond scored the lone goal for Toronto (32-23-8), making a game of it when he wired a slapshot past Bobrovsky at 15:45 of the third period. Thats as close as the Leafs would get, however, despite a late flurry when goalie James Reimer was pulled. "We didnt have enough of getting pucks through," Carlyle said. "It seemed like when we had glorious opportunities early in the game, they were blocking the shots. Later on, we stopped going to the front of the net and Bobrovsky had clear sightlines to make the saves." Reimer made 31 saves in a losing effort. It was his first start since Jan. 25. "I hadnt been in there for a while, so youre a little rusty and the games different than a practice, its faster, you have to battle harder through traffic," Reimer said. "There was a little rust there, but I felt pretty good." The teams were tied 0-0 after the first period and Columbus led 2-0 through 40 minutes. "They took over the game in the second period, they played really well, and we didnt find an answer soon enough," Lupul said. Reimer was sharp early as the Blue Jackets applied pressure, including a clear-cut breakaway by Columbus left-winger Nick Foligno less than for minutes into the game that was denied by the Leafs goalie. "We gave up two point-blank breakaways and Reimer stopped them both," Carlyle said. "You cant point to our goaltending as a deficiency, for sure. He did his part to give us a chance." Aided by a pair of power plays in the middle of the opening period, Toronto took over the momentum for the rest of the first period and had a handful of scoring chances but couldnt solve Bobrovsky. Prout opened the scoring when his slapshot from the left point beat a screened Reimer at 9:44 of the second. It was the defencemans first goal in 30 games this season and his second goal in 63 career NHL games. "Hes one of those guys that you root for and his teammates root for," said Blue Jackets coach Todd Richards. Anisimov gave the vistors a two-goal lead when he converted Nathan Hortons pass at the side of the crease at 12:38. Columbus went 0-for-1 on the power play while Toronto was 0-for-2. NOTES: The announced attendance at ACC was 19,577. a The Blue Jackets shut out the Leafs 6-0 at ACC in the last meeting between the two teams on Nov. 25, 2013. a Columbus defenceman Ryan Murray left with a lower-body injury in the first period and did not return. 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