Orioles win again, Cabrera dominant for three innings

The Orioles continued their undefeated streak, beating the Mets 8-7 in Port St. Lucie, improving their spring record to 5-1-2.

Daniel Cabrera had three scoreless innings, allowing just one hit and striking out four, with no walks. Adam Donachie had a three-run homer, and Jay Payton and Ruddy Yan had two hits each.

The O's slammed Mets starter Orlando Hernandez, who gave up five earned on six hits in two innings. O's reliever Jon Leicester allowed three runs, and Chris Waters gave up the other four. James Hoey picked up the save, his first of the spring.

Former Oriole David Newhan was 0-for-1 in pinch-hit duty for New York.

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