Gary Roenicke drove in four runs with a home run and a single yesterday as the Baltimore Orioles won, 8-5, in exhibition baseball against the New York Yankees in Miami.

Roenicke sent a two-run drive over the left field fence off Yankee starter Dave Righetti in the third inning. His single in the sixth accounted for the final two Oriole runs.

Al Bumbry had a two-RBI single in the second.

The Yankees scored four runs on four hits in the fourth against starter Mike Flanagan. The inning included a triple by Jerry Mumphrey, a double by Lou Piniella and errors by Lenn Sakata and Cal Ripken Jr.

Elsewhere: Cincinnati beat Philadelphia, 3-2, in Tampa when nonroster rookie Gary Redus hit the ball over the left field wall with the bases full and one out in the bottom of the ninth inning, breaking a 2-2 tie. Redus failed to round the bases and was credited with a single. He said he didn't know the ball had cleared the barrier when he stopped running . . . The Chicago White Sox and Kansas City tied, 13-13, in a game called after 13 innings at Sarasota, Fla. The Royals led in hits, 22-21 . . . Atlanta beat Texas, 4-3, at Palm Beach, Fla.; Ranger outfielder Mickey Rivers sprained a knee in the first inning and is expected to be idled a week.

In Mesa, Ariz., Milwaukee's third successful double steal of the spring got Mark Brouhard home with the run that topped the Chicago Cubs, 3-2 . . . A new version surfaced of how the Brewers' MVP right-handed reliever Rollie Fingers separated his left shoulder Saturday. Manager Buck Rodgers said Fingers and Randy Lerch were "goofing around" and Fingers fell as Lerch tried to lift him. Fingers insists he will be ready by season opening April 6; Rodgers yesterday said that is doubtful.

Pittsburgh's Tony Pena and Dale Berra hit back-to-back home runs in a 9-1 victory over Montreal at Bradenton, Fla. . . . In St. Petersburg, Fla., wild throws by pitcher Ed Lynch and second baseman Wally Backman on the same play presented St. Louis two runs as the Cardinals beat the New York Mets, 6-1 . . . Rookie Toronto shortstop Fred Manrique hit a three-run homer at Dunedin, Fla., and the Blue Jays beat Minnesota, 9-6.

Candy Maldonaldo's two-run homer triggered a clinching five-run eighth inning at Vero Beach, Fla., as Los Angeles beat Houston, 10-5 . . . Chili Davis' three hits and two runs led San Francisco over Cleveland, 5-1, at Scottsdale, Ariz.