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Reimold's HR in 10th sends O's past ChiSox

Aug 11, 2011 - 4:26 AM Baltimore, MD (Sports Network) - Nolan Reimold hammered a Jason Frasor offering over the wall in left-center in the bottom of the 10th inning for a two-run homer to send the Orioles past the White Sox, 6-4, in the third meeting of a four-game series.

Chicago rallied from a 4-0 deficit to send the game to extra innings, but wasted a two-out double by A.J. Pierzynski in the top of the 10th.

Chris Davis singled with one out in the bottom half, and Reimold pounded the next pitch from Frasor (2-2) into the bullpen to halt Baltimore's three-game skid and end the White Sox's five-game winning streak.

"I was just trying to be relaxed," Reimold said of his approach. "I jumped on the first pitch. I was happy to come through."

J.J. Hardy went 4-for-5 with a solo homer and Adam Jones also went deep in a three-hit effort for the Orioles. Michael Gonzalez (2-2) stranded Pierzynski in the 10th to earn the win.

Chicago's Juan Pierre smacked a two-run single off Jason Berken in the seventh to tie the game. The hit came after Orioles starter Tommy Hunter yielded a double to Brent Morel that hugged the right-field line and scored Alex Rios.

Hunter was charged with four runs on seven hits in 6 2/3 innings, while his counterpart, Philip Humber, yielded four runs on 11 hits over six frames for Chicago.

Hardy homered off Humber in the first inning, and Robert Andino knocked in a run and scored on Nick Markakis' sacrifice fly in the second for a 3-0 lead.

Jones led off the fifth with his 21st home run of the season.

Pierre sparked the comeback with a leadoff double in the sixth and eventually scored the Sox's first run on a Paul Konerko groundout.

"We fought pretty well today," Chicago manager Ozzie Guillen said. "It was a pretty good ballgame to watch."

Game Notes

The White Sox were looking for their eighth straight road win...The Orioles stranded 10 runners...Chicago's Adam Dunn went 0-for-4 with three strikeouts and is now bating a woeful .163.