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The Orioles homered four times in the seventh inning. 

By SI Wire
April 15, 2016

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Mark Trumbo homered twice in a seventh inning rally that saw nine runs posted by the Baltimore Orioles against the Texas Rangers.

Trumbo started off the inning with a two-run home run off Martin Perez before Jonathan Schoop added his own two-run shot off Tom Wilhelmsen. Nolan Reimold homered for the second time this year with a solo home run against Wilhelmsen. Trumbo tacked on the fourth home run of the inning off Andrew Faulkner.

Watch Trumbo's home runs below:

The Orioles entered the inning trailing 5–1 before taking a 10–5 lead.

The last time the Orioles recorded four home runs in one inning was Sept. 9, 1995 against the Los Angeles Angels, according to ESPN Stats and Info.

Trumbo is the first player with two home runs in one inning since 2013 and the first in Orioles' history. He has five home runs over the last five games. 

The Orioles won 11–5.

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