Hotaka Yamakawa and Tomoya Mori each knocked in two runs, with Mori driving home Yamakawa with the game winner as the Seibu Lions rallied from six runs down to beat the Orix Buffaloes 7-6 in 10 innings on Tuesday night.

Mori, who had doubled in a run and scored the tying run in Seibu's two-run eighth inning, came up with Yamakawa on first and one out against reliever Akira Yamamoto (1-1) and launched the first pitch the other way, into the gap in left center.

The stout Yamakawa, who scored his third run of the game, had done his part to erase the Lions' deficit with a two-run, sixth-inning homer.