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Omar Infante

Davis hits 2 homers and Teagarden also goes deep as Orioles crush Tigers, 13-3

DETROIT – The Orioles can boast about a number of impressive offensive displays this season, but their assault on Detroit Tigers pitching Wednesday afternoon at Comerica Park was unrivaled.

In their 13-3 thumping of the Tigers, the Orioles set a season-high in runs, the most they’ve scored since August 10, 2010, which was during Buck Showalter’s first week on the job as Orioles manager.

Every Orioles starter had a hit, with home runs provided by the most likely (major league home run leader Chris Davis hit two) and unlikely (reserve catcher Taylor Teagarden had a three-run shot) heroes.

And against a Detroit pitching staff that has allowed the fewest homers in the big...