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Adam Jones hits two homers to lead Orioles to 7-2 win over Red Sox

BALTIMORE -- The Orioles' home run-hitting ability has kept them in many games this season. Time after time, they've proved they can come from behind in a game -- or take control of it -- with one swing of the bat. On Saturday night against the Boston Red Sox, the Orioles again turned to the long ball for help, scoring seven unanswered runs, five by home run, in a 7-2 win before an announced 43,015 at Camden Yards. The Orioles had three homers, including two by center fielder Adam Jones, to give them a majors-leading 202 this year, the first time in club history they've had three consecutive 200-homer seasons. They also improved their record to 25-0 in games in which they have hit ...

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