Steve Tolleson was glad to have the opportunity to feel the thrill of one more Orioles extra-inning win — to participate in one more frenetic home-plate pile-on.

From his first day in an Orioles uniform, the utility infielder knew his next wasn't guaranteed. A rash of injuries over the past five weeks offered him opportunity, but no promises.

And while Matt Wieters provided the late-inning heroics, giving the Orioles their second walk-off victory in as many days with a 10th-inning game-winning double for a 5-4 win, it was Tolleson that truly provided the middle-inning spark that Baltimore needed to take two of three from the Phillies in front of a sellout crowd at Camden Yards on Sunday afternoon.