Lee hammered by Baltimore long ball, O's beat Rangers

Rookie Josh Bell hit his first two major league home runs, part of an unprecedented long-ball barrage against Cliff Lee that carried the Baltimore Orioles past the slumping Texas Rangers 8-6 Saturday.
Ty Wigginton and Luke Scott also connected against Lee, who
never before yielded four homers in a game. The left-hander has
given up 13 home runs this season - seven against Baltimore.
Lee (10-7) had gone five starts since July 22 without
surrendering a homer. He allowed a career-high tying eight runs, 10
hits and a walk in 5 2-3 innings.
It was the first time this season Lee failed to go at least six
innings.


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