BALTIMORE (AP) -- Jonathan Schoop tied it in the ninth inning with his second home run of the game and Mark Trumbo singled home a run in the 10th to rally the Baltimore Orioles past the Pittsburgh Pirates 6-5 on Tuesday night.
Baltimore trailed 4-1 after six innings and 5-3 in the ninth before coming back. Schoop's two-run drive off closer Tony Watson knotted it at 5, setting the stage for Trumbo's big hit.
Adam Jones singled with one out in the 10th against Wade LeBlanc (3-1) and took second when Manny Machado hit a fly ball to the warning track in left. Trumbo then lined a single to center, and Jones easily beat Andrew McCutchen's throw to the plate.
Brad Brach (1-1) worked the 10th for the Orioles, who improved to 8-1 in extra innings.
Pirates starter Ivan Nova gave up three runs and five hits in six-plus innings. He yielded a solo homer to Seth Smith to begin the game, then departed with left knee inflammation after allowing back-to-back shots to Chris Davis and Schoop to start the seventh.
Nova was poised to earn his ninth career win against Baltimore -- his most against any team -- until Schoop connected in the ninth to provide Watson with his fourth blown save.
Kevin Gausman allowed four runs and eight hits in 6 2/3 innings for Baltimore. It was the fifth straight start in which he gave up at least eight hits.