Pirates walk-off winners on Orioles’ error in ninth inning

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For the second time in as many games, the Pittsburgh Pirates were walk-off winners, defeating the Baltimore Orioles 3-2 at PNC Park.

With one out in the ninth inning, Edward Olivares bounced one up the middle. Orioles’ shortstop Gunnar Henderson made a diving stop, tagged second base for the out, but delivered an errant throw to first.

The Pirates (8-2) were able to score two runs after the ball went out of play to erase a two-run deficit.

Ke’Bryan Hayes, who singled for his second hit of the game scored the tying run. Jack Suwinski, who followed Hayes’ single with a base hit of his own, scored the game-winning run.

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