BALTIMORE — Johnny Damon hit his 27th career leadoff home run, Evan Longoria had an inside-the-park homer and three RBIs, and the Tampa Bay Rays cruised past the Baltimore Orioles 9-6 Sunday.

Justin Ruggiano had three hits for the Rays, who won two of three from Baltimore to clinch their first winning road trip of 11 or more games since 2003. Tampa Bay is 6-4 on a four-city, 11-game journey that concludes with a makeup game in Detroit on Monday.

Damon had two hits and scored twice. The 37-year-old has reached base in a career-best 37 consecutive games, tying the club record set by Ben Grieve in 2001.

Longoria's first career inside-the-park homer came in the eighth with a man on and put Tampa Bay up 9-5. His liner to center curled past a hard-charging Adam Jones, and the ball rolled to the wall as Longoria circled the bases.

Longoria reached the plate well ahead of the final relay throw. It was the third inside-the-park homer in the 20-year history of Camden Yards; Butch Davis did it for Texas in 1993 and Detroit's Shane Halter hit one in 2003.

Tampa Bay starter Wade Davis (5-5) allowed five runs, four earned, and eight hits in six-plus innings. He's 4-0 lifetime in Baltimore and 2-2 overall against the Orioles this season.

J.P. Howell got three outs for his first save.

Jones, Vladimir Guerrero and Luke Scott hit solo homers for Baltimore, which never held the lead. Fifteen of the Orioles' last 21 home runs have been solo shots.

Making his third start since returning from the disabled list with an oblique injury, Brian Matusz (1-1) gave up four runs, five hits and four walks in 1 1-3 innings. Riding a seven-game winning streak that started last August, the left-hander retired only three of the 13 batters he faced.

The Rays batted around in the first inning, getting four hits and stealing four bases, yet they scored only three runs. After Damon hit his eighth homer, Ben Zobrist and Justin Ruggiano singled before Longoria hit a sacrifice fly. Two batters later, Sean Rodriguez got an RBI when Mark Reynolds misplayed his grounder to third.

Jones and Guerrero connected in succession in the bottom half, the second time this season the Orioles hit back-to-back homers.

The only out Matusz got in the second inning came when Damon was caught stealing on a questionable call. Tampa Bay then loaded the bases before Orioles manager Buck Showalter summoned Alfredo Simon, who gave up a sacrifice fly to B.J. Upton.

A double by Casey Kotchman and an RBI single by Damon made it 5-2 in the third.

Baltimore got an unearned run in the bottom half when Jones doubled and scored when Rodriguez's relay throw skipped past third base and into the seats.

Reynolds' second error of the game and 14th of the season provided Tampa Bay with two unearned runs in the seventh, on a two-out single by Kelly Shoppach off Mike Gonzalez.

In the Baltimore half, after singles by Ryan Adams and Craig Tatum chased Davis, Nick Markakis and Jones hit run-scoring groundouts to get the Orioles to 7-5.

NOTES: Reynolds left in the seventh with a bruised forearm after being struck with a ball hit by fifth-inning single by Rodriguez. ... Activated from the disabled list after Saturday's game, Rays shortstop Elliott Johnson (knee sprain) went 0 for 3 with a walk. ... The season series is tied at 6.