The Indians played the Orioles in the third of a four-game series Saturday. Here is a capsule look from The Plain Dealer reporter Dennis Manoloff: Game: 50. Opponent: Orioles. Location: Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore. Time of day: Afternoon. Time elapsed: 3 hours, 5 minutes. Attendance: 36,873. Result: Indians 9, Orioles 0. Records: Indians 24-26, Orioles 24-23. Heating up: The Indians have won five of six. They have won two of the first three in a four-game series in Baltimore. Spreading the wealth: Every Indians position player notched at least one hit and scored at least one run except David Murphy (0-for-5). The Tribe finished with 11 hits. Double trouble: The Indians hit two doubles (Lonnie Chisenhall, Ryan Raburn) to push their season's total to 98. Milestone man: Raburn scored the 80,000th run in Indians history when he trotted home from third on Carlos Santana's homer in the seventh. At 80,001, the Indians have scored the fourth-most runs in the majors since 1901. They trail the Yankees, Red Sox and Tigers.