GAME SUMMARY: Brian Dozier’s two-run 10th inning home run off Tommy Hunter gave the Minnesota Twins a 4-2 win over the Orioles.
Danny Santana singled with one out in the 10th, and Dozier hit his 17th of the season against Hunter (2-2).
Trevor May (5-7) pitched a scoreless 10th for the win.
Minnesota is now 44-39. Baltimore is 43-40. The Orioles have lost six of eight.
THE GOOD: Wei-Yin Chen allowed two runs, both on home runs, four hits in eight innings. It was his 10th quality start in 15 tries. He’s just 3-2 in the quality starts.
THE BAD: After Phil Hughes left, Brian Duensing inherited a first-and-third with one out game. He threw one pitch to Jimmy Paredes, and he hit into a double play.
THE UGLY: Chris Parmelee is 0-for-14 in his last five games.
NOTABLE: Matt Wieters had been 0-for-15 in his last four games, and he followed it with his first three-hit game of the season.
STRANGE STAT: In his last three starts, Chen has given up two runs in each of them, all coming on home runs.
STRANGE STAT II: This was the Orioles third extra inning game of the season. At this point last year they played nine.
WHAT A CATCH!: Parmelee hit a long drive to center that Aaron Hicks caught, back to the field. He also hit a long home run.
ORIOLES ALL STARS: Adam Jones and Manny Machado, who were named to the All-Star team, each homered. Machado hit his fourth leadoff home runs of the season.
Darren O’Day pitched a scoreless eighth to lower his ERA to 1.10.
Zach Britton, the fourth All-Star, did not pitch.
COMING UP: Kevin Gausman (1-0, 3.09) faces Kyle Gibson (6-6, 3.04) on Tuesday night at 8:10 p.m.