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O's tie MLB record with 258th HR allowed

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BALTIMORE (AP) In his trying first season as the Orioles' manager, Brandon Hyde was not the least bit concerned about his team tying a dubious record on a night it cruised to an easy win.

Baltimore matched a major league mark by allowing its 258th homer this season, but the Orioles hit four of their own in an 8-1 victory over the Kansas City Royals on Wednesday night.

"We've given up a ton of homers," Hyde said. "What's the record ... 258? So, if it's 259 or 330, I don't care. I just want us to get better on the mound and obviously finish this year and go into next year trying to do a better job of keeping the ball in the ballpark and staying off the barrel, but home runs are up. ... We're all tired of seeing them and hopefully we can get better going forward."

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AL Home Runs
Rank Name HR
1 M. Trout, LAA42
2 J. Soler, KC35
3 M. Kepler, Min34
4 N. Cruz, Min33
5t A. Bregman, Hou30
5t E. Encarnación, NYY30
5t C. Santana, Cle30
8t M. Chapman, Oak29
8t T. Mancini, Bal29
8t G. Torres, NYY29
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AL Runs Batted In
Rank Name RBI
1 R. Devers, Bos102
2 M. Trout, LAA98
3 J. Abreu, CWS96
4 X. Bogaerts, Bos94
5t Y. Gurriel, Hou88
5t J. Soler, KC88
7 D. LeMahieu, NYY86
8 E. Rosario, Min85
9 M. Kepler, Min84
10 A. Bregman, Hou83
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