Originally posted on Buzz On Broad  |  Last updated 6/10/12

WP: Luis Ayala (2-1, 1.93)

LP: B.J. Rosenberg (0-1, 18.00)

The Phillies made three untimely errors to keep Baltimore in the game, which ultimately proved costly as the O's walked off in the bottom of the 12th on a home run by Adam Jones.

It was the Phillies' 6th walk-0ff loss of the season. Typically in the past, defense and pitching has been this team's strength, but Saturday especially signs of weakness in the field kept the Orioles alive.

The 4th inning saw 3 errors from the Phillies, one by Rollins, one by Worley, and one by Fontenot. The last time the Phils committed 3 errors in one inning was back on June 13, 2009.

The now 29-32 Phillies, losers of 7 of their last 8 contests, were officially ruled for 3 errors in the game but several other miscues allowed the Orioles to stay in the game.

Jimmy Rollins, Jim Thome (career number 605), and Hector Luna all had solo shots in this one. Down 4-3, the Phillies tied the game on a RBI single by Thome. But it wasn't enough.

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