A seven-run sixth inning gave the Richmond Flying Squirrels an 11-6 victory Wednesday night at Bowie, enabling them to reach .500 at 13-13.
Former Norfolk Tide Kyle Hudson had two hits two RBI for the Baysox, the Baltimore Orioles' Double-A affiliate. Xavier Avery, Zelous Wheeler, Ty Kelly -- who scored twice -- and Caleb Joseph also had two hits.
Bowie led 3-0 and 5-3 before the Squirrels' biggest inning of the season.
The Squirrels' Javier Herrera had three hits and a pair of RBIs. He also stole a base and scored twice. Catcher Andrew Susac finished with three RBI, and Ricky Oropesa had two doubles and scored twice.
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Orioles shuffle personnel with Tides
The Orioles recalled right-hander Zach Clark from Triple-A Norfolk, called up catcher Chris Snyder and optioned lefty pitcher Zach Britton to the Tides.
Also, the Orioles designated catcher Luis Exposito for assignment and reinstated right-handed pitcher Steve Johnson from the 15-day disabled list and optioned him to the Tides.
Norfolk's first game after the full complement of changes will be at Harbor Park at 6:35 p.m. Thursday against Syracuse. The Tides have won five of their last six games.Copyright © 2015, Los Angeles Times