Orioles successfully challenge tag play at second
Flowers credited with two-run single; originally ruled safe at second
BALTIMORE -- The Orioles got their first out of the seventh inning on an overturned play at second base against the White Sox on Wednesday night.
After allowing a leadoff walk and a double, O's starter Ubaldo Jimenez gave up a deep hit to No. 9 batter Tyler Flowers, who drove in a pair of runs and hustled to second base. Flowers was initially called safe under the tag of second baseman Ryan Flaherty, but Orioles manager Buck Showalter came out to contest the call, and it was overturned.
The replay review took one minute and eight seconds, with Flowers credited with a two-run single.
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