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Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Orioles can’t hold late lead, fall to Yankees 7-6 in 11th place in first extra innings this season

The Orioles took twice the late innings lead in the Bronx on Tuesday night. Neither survived the bottom half of the frame.

As the New York Yankees trailed the Orioles 7–6, even as the teams went into a three-game series, the Yankees responded to Baltimore’s seventh-inning rally before Jose Trevino’s 11th-inning single to win the game. Same with a rally. The Orioles scored a run in the top half.

Baltimore (18–26) put together their second four-run innings of the series, thanks to home runs from Austin Hays and Rugged Odor to the short right field porch of Yankee Stadium, only for New York to also reach the bottom half. game. Starter Bruce Zimmermann’s outing ended after a home run by Gleber Torres, his second night in 2019 after going without a longball against the Orioles in 2020 and 2021, after his 13-blast barrage.

Orioles manager Brandon Hyde then turned to rookie Logan Glaspie, making his third major league appearance in a one-run game and was unable to maintain the lead. Keegan Akin and Dillon Tate took the game to 11th place, where Hayes’ groundout overtook Baltimore’s automatic runner.

But three straight hits from Brian Baker in the bottom half cost the Orioles the lead and the game.


The Orioles seem to have discovered the New York Yankees’ weakness: the walls.

A week later, when the Yankees took advantage of the Yankee Stadium’s layout, when Aaron Judge and manager Aaron Boone complained about the Orioles’ changes to Camden Yards’ left field dimensions. Hayes and Odor’s House Walks Would have stayed at any other major league venue, but he narrowly survived on the short right field porch in a four-run knock for Baltimore.

Both long balls traveled over the small right-field porch, with Hayes traveling an estimated 354 feet to knock New York starter Jordan Montgomery out of the game, and Odor sent a foot short to advance down Michael King’s pitch, Three-run shot.

There was an apparent irony to Judge and Boone’s comments last week, in which they moved the left field of the Orioles’ home park back about 30 feet and replaced it with more than 5 feet of “create-a-park” and “build-your-own”. —Park,” respectively, after a judge lost a home run to the New Wall. Earlier this month, Texas Rangers manager Chris Woodward called Yankee Stadium “Little League Park” when a home run run from Torres The ballpark went to the right field wall, which is only 314 feet from home in the corner.

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>> Orioles chief athletic trainer Brian Abel was named Monday into the Maryland Athletic Trainers Association Hall of Fame.

>> In his second appearance of his rehab work after a left oblique stretch, right-hander Dean Kramer started for Triple-A Norfolk and scored six strikes with three hits and a scoreless innings.

>> Norfolk outfielder Kyle Stowers hit his seventh home run in eight games and took the system lead with 10, which was matched by Hi-A Aberdeen infielder Kobe Mayo later in the night.

>> With the organization’s top four potential players on the roster in the first game of Double-A Bowie, following Cesar Prieto’s promotion from Aberdeen, Prieto played with Gunnar Henderson at shortstop at second base, Jordan Westberg at third base and designated hitter Played with Joy Ortiz.

This story will be updated.

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