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BALTIMORE -- Mild-mannered Manny Machado felt he let his team down by losing his temper. Instead, the second-year third basemans first career ejection might have been the spark the Baltimore Orioles needed. Chris Davis drove in the tiebreaking run on a fielders choice grounder in a wild five-run fifth inning, and the Orioles rallied for a 7-3 victory over the Cleveland Indians on Thursday night. Baltimore used six hits and two errors to erase a 3-2 deficit in the fifth, salvaging a split in the four-game series. The inning also saw Machado get tossed by home plate umpire Will Little and Adam Jones called out on the go-ahead grounder for sliding wide of second base to break up a potential double play that wound up plating the decisive run. Machado wasnt around to see the completion of the rally, something he said he regrets. "I swung at a bad pitch (and) I thought I fouled it off," Machado said. "Obviously, I looked back on the replay, and I didnt. Something that I said wrong to the umpire, and I have to pay the consequences for it. Let my team down -- obviously, something that wont happen again." Orioles manager Buck Showalter said Machado would learn from his youthful transgression. "Ive seen 10-, 15-year veterans get frustrated with some calls," Showalter said. "Its all lessons learned. Hes 20 years old." Nick Markakis, Matt Wieters and J.J. Hardy also had RBIs during the comeback, which prevented the Indians from a fifth straight series victory for the first time since 2006. "When you play teams like that, when you make a mistake or two, they can make you pay for it," said Cleveland manager Terry Francona. "And thats what happened. Miguel Gonzalez (6-3) won for the fourth time in five decisions. He allowed three runs on nine hits over 6 2-3 innings, walking none and matching a career high with nine strikeouts. Lonnie Chisenhall and Mike Aviles homered for the Indians. Chisenhall had three hits. Ryan Flaherty drove in two runs for Baltimore. Chisenhall homered to right with two outs in the second, a 430-foot shot that landed on Eutaw Street and gave the Indians a 1-0 lead. Baltimore went ahead 2-1 on Flahertys two-run single in the bottom of the inning. Davis drew a leadoff walk, Wieters singled and Hardy moved the runners up with a sacrifice bunt before Flahertys two-out single up the middle. The Indians tied it at 2 on Chisenhalls double in the fourth. Michael Brantley doubled to lead off the inning and Chisenhall sent a ball off the right-field wall to plate him. Aviles led off the fifth with a line-drive homer to left, his fifth of the season. Clevelands lead, however, was short-lived. "It happened so fast, same thing last night," said Chisenhall. "Its the way the AL East plays. Runs just show up on the board." The Orioles went ahead 7-3 with the five-run fifth, but lost Machado, who was ejected by Little for arguing a third-strike call, ending a streak of 1,206 innings played, the longest active streak in the majors. "When I heard about it, the streak I had going, obviously its devastating," Machado said. "But I just caused that on myself. Thats something that ... that I just have to pay the consequences for, and I did." Singles by Flaherty and Nate McLouth put runners at the corners for Machado, who struck out swinging and was tossed when he argued that he foul-tipped the ball. Markakis followed with an RBI single to centre for a 3-3 tie and Jones broken-bat single to right loaded the bases. Davis then beat shortstop Aviles relay to first after Jones was called out for abandoning the baseline, allowing McLouth to score for a 4-3 lead. Aviles was charged with an error for coming off the bag early on a throw from second baseman Jason Kipnis that would have forced Jones. Wieters then cracked a run-scoring double into the right-field corner, with Davis scoring and Wieters reaching third when Drew Stubbs bobbled the ball. Hardys infield single, a tapper to the left of the mound, made it 7-3 and chased Corey Kluber. Kluber (6-5) yielded seven runs -- six earned -- in 4 2/3 innings, ending a steak of three straight wins. He allowed 11 hits, walked one and struck out four. "I think there were just some crucial situations there in that fifth inning where I didnt execute pitches, and theyre obviously a very good offensive team and they put good swings on them," Kluber said. NOTES: The game was delayed by rain for 78 minutes in the bottom of the seventh inning. ... With his first-inning single, Kipnis has reached base in 29 consecutive games. ... The Orioles re-signed RHP Freddy Garcia to a minor league deal and he will report to Triple-A Norfolk. Garcia was optioned to Norfolk on Monday, and because he is a veteran had the option of declining the assignment and becoming a free agent. ... Before the game, the Indians activated RHP Chris Perez (right shoulder soreness) from the 15-day disabled list and optioned LHP T.J. House to Triple-A Columbus. They also traded IF John McDonald, who was designated for assignment Wednesday, to the Phillies for cash or a player to be named. ... Francona said RHP Trevor Bauer will start the first game of Fridays doubleheader and RHP Carlos Carrasco would start the nightcap. Bauer will be recalled from Triple-A and Carrasco will be added as the teams 26th man. ... Brian Roberts (right hamstring) will return from the DL this weekend and become the Orioles starting second baseman, Showalter said. ... RHP Dylan Bundy, the Orioles prized pitching prospect, underwent Tommy John ligament replacement surgery Thursday. The procedure was performed by Dr. James Andrews in Gulf Breeze, Fla. ... 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Less than three months after being parachuted into the New Zealand hot-seat, David Kidwell says hes relishing the opportunity to replicate his playing success in the coaching box in Sundays Four Nations final.And if there was ever any evidence needed that Kidwell is enjoying the coaching caper its the way he has kept his cards close to his chest this week in regards to his team for the final.Rather than name his team one through 17, Kidwell named a 19-man squad in alphabetical order, including both Te Maire Martin and Tohu Harris.The duo are battling to fill the five-eighth role for New Zealand and replace Thomas Leuluai, who broke his jaw against Scotland.Kidwell was part of two of the Kiwi teams greatest moments when they stunned Australia in the Four Nations final in Leeds in 2005 then again three years later when they lifted the World Cup against the Kangaroos in Brisbane.During a nomadic playing career that took in spells at Adelaide Rams, Parramatta, Warrington, Sydney Roosters, Melbourne and South Sydney, Kidwell was a powerful second-rower with an aggressive streak.Although hes won just one of this first four matches as coach and was held to a draw by Scotland, Kidwell said hes thriving on the opportunity to coach his country in a final having served as an assistant to Steve Kearney for the last two years.Ive loved every minute of it, Kidwell told AAP.Its a job where weve had games where weve come back from adversity and you learn a lot about yourself.You may be down,, but you cant show that to the players.dddddddddddd You have to pick the team up when they are down and move onto the next challenge.My philosophy is that I am learning every day. I am picking up stuff every day, little things here and there from different kinds of sports and different kind of people.The Kiwis can often mix brilliance with inconsistency two traits exemplified by mercurial halfback Shaun Johnson and Kidwell admitted finding the balance between coaching and man-managing his team is something hes still getting to grips with.I havent found the difference between coaching and playing that great, he said.It sounds obvious, but the only major difference is going out on the field. The emotions I feel are the same, mentally you are looking at whether you are preparing your team right.I get more nervous as a coach than I every did as a player. But the most important thing is to not show that to my players.Those nerves are probably down to passion as well. I want the Kiwis to do so well. I am competitor at heart and I love winning.New Zealand: Jordan Kahu, David Fusitua, Solomone Kata, Shaun Kenny-Dowall, Jordan Rapana, Te Maire Martin, Shaun Johnson, Jesse Bromwich (capt), Issac Luke, Adam Blair, Kevin Proctor, Tohu Harris, Jason Taumalolo: Interchange: Lewis Brown, Martin Taupau, Manu Mau, Greg Eastwood Joseph Tapine, James Fisher-Harris ' ' '

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