Anderson's double extended his hitting streak to 11 games.
Tampa Bay then took the lead in the fourth when Helling threw away a pickoff throw with runners on the corners to allow Ordonez to score before rookie
lifted a sacrifice fly.
Matching a career high with four hits,
followed with his third homer of the season down the right field line to give the
a 7-5 lead.
The comeback marked the sixth time this season the
have overcome a deficit of at least three runs for a victory.
"We've been coming from behind a lot," Tampa Bay manager
said. "Tells a lot about the type of kids we have. It shows what happens when you battle for 27 outs, but you don't want to fall behind 5-0 too often."
Helling allowed 11 hits in 3 2/3 innings and watched his ERA balloon from 4.15 to 5.76.
"I wasn't very good tonight, obviously," Helling said. "Mechanically, I was pulling off the ball and I didn't really make the adjustment. But give their hitters credit, they give pretty good at-bats for a young team."
Tampa Bay added a run in the fifth on an RBI single by Anderson, but
led off the sixth with his fifth homer and
added a sacrifice fly against
to draw the Orioles within 8-7.
Baltimore loaded the bases before
(1-2) came on to retire Conine, thanks to a sliding catch by center fielder Baldelli.
"I charged in and was thinking dive the whole time," Baldelli said. "Once I got close to the ball, I realized maybe I didn't have to dive or slide like I did, but I was already into my dive mode. Obviously, you can't let the runs get in. A ball like that, you look over at the other outfielders and make a motion like we have to go get it."
tacked on a run in the bottom of the inning on a sacrifice fly by
and capped their scoring in the eighth on an RBI single by Baldelli.
The Orioles got off to a fast start when
scored on an infield single by B.J. Surhoff, who was driven in by
's double in the first inning.
Baltimore got three more runs against
in the second as Mora belted a two-run homer - his fourth of the season - after an RBI double by
"We were patient," Baltimore manager
said. "We scored five runs in the first two innings and then hit some balls right at people."
The Orioles lost consecutive games for the first time since April 13-15 and assured themselves of their first series loss since April 8-10, also at Tropicana Field.