The Orioles rallied for two runs in the eighth inning for their second straight comeback victory -- a 5-4 win over the Blue Jays on Sunday at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium.
With the score tied at 3, Trayvon Robinson and Jason Pridie led off the inning with back-to-back doubles to take the lead.
Robinson came just a few feet shy of hitting his second homer of the spring – his two-run homer in the Orioles opener Saturday gave them a 5-3 win over the Twins – hitting a ball off the high left-field wall. Pridie's hit then got caught in the right field wall down the line. Later in the inning, Yamaico Navarro's single gave the Orioles a two-run cushion.
Orioles starter Jair Jurrjens retired the first five batters he faced, but then allowed a single to J.P Arencibia and issued a walk to Colby Rasmus before Mark DeRosa plated a run with an RBI single.
"I felt good," Jurrjens said. "My timing's coming back. I still need to work on the slider. The timing's a little bit off on that. But I felt really good. The ball's coming out like I want it to. I'm keeping the ball down. That's the main thing."
Steve Pearce drove in three runs, including a pair on a two-run homer that put the Orioles up 2-0 in the second inning off Blue Jays starter Mark Buehrle.
Trailing 2-1, Jays slugger Jose Bautista took Orioles left-hander Troy Patton deep to left-center field to give Toronto a 3-2 third-inning lead.
Pearce tied the game with a two-out single in the sixth.
Nolan Reimold, playing in his first game in 10 months since season-ending neck surgery, was 0-for-3 with a strikeout.
Left-handed reliever Mike Belfiore retired all six hitters he faced in the sixth and seventh innings to earn the win.
Pitching prospect Kevin Gausman, the Orioles' first-round pick in 2012, made his Grapefruit League debut, throwing 1 2/3 innings before coming out with two outs in the ninth for a pitch count.
Gausman, whose fastball sat at 96-97 and topped at 98, allowed a run after his former college teammate Ryan Schimpf hit an RBI double. It was the only hit Gausman, who struck out two and walked two, allowed.