N.Y. Yankees vs. Baltimore Orioles: Sunday Night Baseball Live Score, Analysis
Baltimore got solo home runs from Manny Machado, Chris Davis and Nate McLouth while Robinson Cano hit one for the Yankees.
Orioles' starter Chris Tillman (3.68 ERA) improved to 10-2 on the season while Yankees' pitcher Hiroki Kuroda (2.95 ERA) fell to 7-6.
The Yankees have lost five straight games and struggled at the plate throughout June. New York's .225 team batting average in June was second-worst in MLB.
The O's have won four straight to move to just 2.5 games back of the AL East-leading Boston Red Sox.
Final: Orioles 4, Yankees 2
It's been awhile for the O's:
That's the Orioles' first three-game sweep of the Yankees in Baltimore since April 2005.— Mark Feinsand (@FeinsandNYDN) July 1, 2013
Game over. Orioles win their fourth straight and sweep the Yankees.
Adams strikes out on three pitches. Brett Gardner is the Yanks' last hope.
Johnson drills Stewart to put the tying run on base. David Adams at the dish.
The bottom of the Yankees' order isn't pretty, but they'll have to get it done to avoid the sweep.
Overybay leads off the 9th with a double to bring the tying run to the plate. Johnson has already blown five saves this season.
Chris Davis strikes out for the second time tonight. On to the 9th. Yanks down 4-2.
Barring a double play, Chris Davis will come to the plate this inning thanks to Machado's single.
The Orioles are three outs away from their first three-game sweep of the Yankees in eight seasons. Can the Yankees muster two runs against O's closer Jim Johnson?
An easy 1-2-3 8th inning for the O's bullpen. Baltimore's insurance run in the 7th took the wind out of the Yankees' sails.
Vernon Wells pinch-hitting for Hafner. Showalter goes to Tommy Hunter. Six of one, half dozen of the other.
Gardner throws a worm burner to the plate, but had a chance to get Wieters. It's 4-2 O's on the Roberts' sac fly.
Great atmosphere at Camden Yards tonight. Feels like October in June. Take notes Yankee fans.
Double by Hardy puts runners on 2nd and 3rd with no outs. On comes Boone Logan as Kiroda is sent to the showers. Looks like Cano won't be able to tie the game with one swing when he leads off the 8th inning.
Kiroda has settled in nicely since allowing a solo HR in each of the first three innings. He's allowed just two hits otherwise.
O'Day works out of the jam. The Yanks have six outs to generate a run.
Huge at-bat for Ichiro here with two outs and Cano on-deck.
Good point, but hindsight is 20/20:
Food for thought: For the $12 mill the Yanks paid Youkilis, they probably could have resigned Martin, Ibanez and Chavez.— Matt Ehalt (@MattEhalt) July 1, 2013
Girardi says Gardner is an All-Star. Here is a moment to prove his mgr. right.— Andrew Marchand (@AndrewMarchand) July 1, 2013
The Yankees are hitting just .238 with RISP this season. That's 24th in MLB. Let's see if they can get the tying run in from second.
The truth is that the Yankees need Alex Rodriguez right now. There's no other way to put it.
How many times has A-Rod been mentioned in this broadcast? 20?
Chris Tillman exits the game in line for his 10th win of the season as Buck Showalter turns to Darren O'Day.
Davis rips one into the shift, but Cano makes the play from short right field. He can't hit two HRs every night.
Chris Davis on-deck! Get your popcorn ready.
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