Ben Grieve and Chris Gomez hit back-to-back homers with one out in the second, but Orioles starter Travis Driskill (8-6) was one out away from ending the inning when he failed to get his glove down on Winn's grounder.
Carl Crawford and Aubrey Huff followed with singles to make it 3-0 and third baseman Tony Batista's throwing error allowed another run to score. Huff came home on a wild pitch before Steve Cox blasted a full count offering onto Eutaw Street beyond the right field wall for his 15th homer.
It capped the first three-homer inning in team history.
Righthander Wilson (6-8) gave up three runs and five hits with a walk and four strikeouts as he improved to 4-1 against Baltimore this season.
Travis Harper worked around a walk in the ninth in a non-save situation as the Devil Rays extended their lead in the season series to 9-7.
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