Cleveland Indians defeat Baltimore Orioles, 5-3

The night had already been shaping up as a trying one when Chris Ray's full-count slider hung right over the plate, just where Andy Marte wanted it.

After a rain - or perhaps more appropriately - a drain delay of one hour, 37 minutes, the Orioles' misery was extended and their one-run lead was gone in less than an inning. Ray, who had given up a run in just one of his past 15 outings, served up a three-run homer to Marte in the Cleveland Indians' 5-3 victory over the Or...

A night after being so short-handed that he needed utility infielder Robert Andino to play center field for just the second time in his career, Orioles manager Dave Trembley's bench was back to full strength.

That meant All-Star Adam Jones returned to the lineup for the first time since Sunday after being held out because of back soreness.

Felix Pie, who had started five straight games in center field in Jones' absence, was available for Saturday night's game after b...