The Bowie Baysox might be happy to exit town the way things are going at Canal Park.

Ahead for the second time in as many games against the RubberDucks, the Baysox again fell to late-inning magic.

This time it came in an 11-3 win by the Ducks as the home team snatched victory away from what looked like a loss on a frigid Saturday afternoon in Akron.

On Friday, Andrew Calica walked off on a bases-loaded single to center. On Saturday, the Ducks (11-10) did it in a six-run seventh to put the Baysox (11-9) to bed.

“Our goal every day is just to go out there and win the game,” said RubberDucks center fielder Ka’ai Tom, who had a triple, home run and five RBI. “We play to the last out. It’s just the vibe we have in the clubhouse. Even if things aren’t going well, or if things are going well it’s still the same. We try to keep the same atmosphere day in and day out and just go out there do our part.”

Behind 3-1 to start the sixth, a two-out triple by Tom closed the gap and served as the catalyst the rest of the way.

Tyler Krieger opened the seventh with a double and Willi Castro singled him home to tie it 3-3 before Mark Mathias’ single to center scored Castro and Joe Sever and broke things wide open.

It only got worse for Baysox relievers. The RubberDucks used the momentum to jump-start their offense the rest of the way and every starter reached base.

By the time the seventh was done, nine batters reached base. The Ducks had six hits in the inning and the Baysox blew through three pitchers. The Ducks sent 12 to the plate in the inning.

Lucas Long (0-2) took the loss, giving up three hits in one inning. A right-hander, Long gave up three runs, but only two of them were earned.

“We got a little bit of that vibe against Altoona [on April 6 in a 7-6 win],” RubberDucks manager Tony Mansolino said. “We did that the second game of the year. When we get in situations now it gives us the thought we definitely can come back. It’s definitely ingrained in us. Two straight nights doing it, it certainly feels great.”

Matt Whitehouse (1-0) earned the win. He went two innings of one-hit ball with a strikeout.

Ducks right-hander Shane Bieber started and took a no-decision after a rare off game. Well, off for Bieber at least, who didn’t have a bad line, it just wasn’t “Bieberesque.”

He walked his first batter of the season and first since Aug. 30 in a five-inning, six-hit performance. Bieber gave up three runs — one earned — with a walk and two strikeouts.

“It was awesome [to see the offense],” he said. “… Those outings are going to happen. I’m not going to look too far into it. I wasn’t my best, but that’s what makes a good team. They pick me up with that bottom of that seventh inning and even before that.”

Notebook

Jim Leyland watched the game from the press box. Leyland managed the 1997 Florida Marlins to a World Series title against the Indians. He currently serves as a special assistant to the Detroit Tigers. His son Pat Leyland is the bench coach for the Baysox.

The RubberDucks will wrap up the series at 2:05 p.m. Sunday. Ducks right-hander Aaron Civale (1-1, 2.95) and Baysox left-hander John Means (0-2, 4.91) are the scheduled pitchers.

“Our goal every day is just to go out there and win the game. We play to the last out. It’s just the vibe we have in the clubhouse.”

Ka’ai Tom

RubberDucks center fielder