GAME SUMMARY: In his first start in four weeks, Bud Norris allowed one run in five innings to lead the Orioles to a 7-3 win over the Cleveland Indians on Sunday.
Travis Snider drove in two runs, Adam Jones, Manny Machado, Jimmy Paredes and Matt Wieters each had two hits.
Norris (2-3) won his first game since Apr. 26. He struck out seven and walked two.
Jones and Wieters both homered. It was Jones’ ninth of the season and third in four days. Wieters’ home run was his first.
The Orioles (26-30) scored five runs in four innings off Carlos Carrasco (7-5).
THE GOOD: Snider had his first multi-RBI game since Apr. 23.
THE BAD: T.J. McFarland faced two batters in the seventh and allowed a hit and a walk.
THE UGLY: Cleveland, picked by many to contend in the AL Central, lost two of three. The Indians (27-29) haven’t been at .500 since they were 2-2.
NOTABLE: Wieters hit his first triple since May 4, 2012.
ROAD WOES OVER: The Orioles won just their third road series of the season. The other two came in Tampa Bay (Apr. 6-8 and May 1-3).
WEAK OFFENSE: Since May 1, the Orioles have scored six runs just six times.
WELCOME BACK: Ryan Webb, who pitched for the Orioles last year, allowed an unearned run in his first appearance against his old team.
COMING UP: The Orioles have Monday off and host the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday night. Eduardo Rodriguez (2-0, 0.61) faces Miguel Gonzalez (5-4, 3.54).
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