Yankees 19; offense in series-ending loss to Orioles Subdued
NEW YORK — The first two games of the Yankees-Orioles series featured memorable comebacks that saw each club bounce back en route to eliminate four Streak of underdog wins. This time there is no late surge.
With the great efforts of veteran Kyle Gibson, The Yankees, who allowed just two hits in seven innings, fell to Baltimore 3-1 at Yankee Stadium on Thursday night, their first series loss in nearly a month.
New York hasn’t dropped a set since the Rays won 2 of 3 from their 5 5-7 at Tropicana Field. Since then, they’ve gone 3-0-1 in series wins over the Athletics, Rays, Blue Jays and Reds.
Clarke Schmidt for the Yankees Started, and recovered from pitching 94 Navigated five solid frames in first inning, only in fifth The inning was touched by Anthony Santander’s scoring single. Schmidt scattered five hits, walked two and struck out four.
Austin Hays at The top of the right-field wall met Clay Holmes with a two-run double in the eighth inning.
Yankees manager Aaron Boone was caught in the third inning Home plate umpire Edwin Moscoso was ejected for squabbling the ball and striking out. This is the fourth time Boone has been sent off this season, and the 29 of his career — since