BOWIE, Md. — The Bowie Baysox (28-34) scored three runs in three separate innings and defeated the Portland Sea Dogs (27-36) 11-6 in Eastern League play Tuesday night at Prince George’s Stadium.

Bowie jumped out to an early 3-0 lead in the first inning after the first fourbaters in the order reached, and three scored off of Portland starter Stolmy Pimentel. Rhyne Hughes had a two-run double and Robbie Widlansky plated Hughes with a double to cap off the inning. Pimentel (1-3) allowed another run on a fielder’s choice in the third, and finished his outing after a scoreless fourth.

Leading 4-2 in the fifth, Bowie once again struck the Sea Dogs’ staff for three runs and upped its lead to 7-2. With the bases loaded and one out in the inning, Allan de San Miguel plated all three with a bases-clearing double.

With one out in the sixth, Portland loaded the bases on two hits and a walk in front of Bryce Brentz. The right fielder took the first pitch of his at-bat and smacked it over the wall in right for a grand slam to pull Portland within one at 7-6.

Bowie responded to the Brentz bomb and scored three more runs in the bottom of the inning. A solo home run by Hughes plated the 11th and final run for the Baysox in the seventh inning.

Pedro Viola pitched a perfect ninth to finish up the marathon affair.