Manny Machado slammed his pink bat — twice — and threw his helmet. Adam Jones look to the sky and shook his head. Ryan Flaherty just placed his bat and helmet right on home plate as if to say, “I give up.”
Brian McCann hit an early two-run homer, Andrew Miller got his major league-leading 13th save and the New York Yankees held on to beat the Baltimore Orioles 5-4 Friday night after taking a quick five-run lead.
Alex Rodriguez passed Willie Mays for fourth on the career home run list, connecting for No. 661 Thursday night and helping the New York Yankees beat the Baltimore Orioles 4-3.
Jacob deGrom bounced back from two subpar starts with seven overpowering innings, Dilson Herrera hit his first homer of the season among three hits.
The Mets wore NYPD hats and held a moment of silence before Tuesday night’s game against Baltimore. Across the field, the O’s autographed a jersey for the Moore family.
Bartolo Colon became the first pitcher in at least 100 years to beat the same opponent with seven different teams, stopping Baltimore once again and leading the New York Mets past the Orioles 3-2 Tuesday night.
The timing worked for baseball, not so much for Baltimore. It was an unusual move by MLB, which usually errors on the side of caution in the wake of tragedy.
After a pair of postponements caused by rioting in Baltimore, the Orioles and Chicago White Sox will play Wednesday at Camden Yards in what is believed to be the first game without fans in MLB history.
A-Rod homered, but the bullpen blew it against the O’s Wednesday and last-place New York lost its third straight series to start the season, all within the AL East.
Jonathan Schoop homered to spark a five-run sixth inning, Chris Davis had three RBIs and the Baltimore Orioles defeated the New York Yankees 7-5 Wednesday night.
Miguel Gonzalez struck out a career-high 10 over seven innings, and the Baltimore Orioles beat CC Sabathia and the New York Yankees 4-3 Tuesday night at soggy Camden Yards.
There was an emphatic anti-A-Rod crowd for the series opener in Baltimore, led by 56-year-old Tolbert Rowe, who stood and turned his back for each and every one of Rodriguez’s at-bats.
Alex Rodriguez went into Monday night batting .300. He finished at .250 after going 0-for-4 with two strikeouts in the Yankees’ win over the O’s.
Stephen Drew delivered a pinch-hit grand slam in the seventh inning, and New York Yankees beat the Baltimore Orioles 6-5 Monday night for their first winning streak of the season.
Baltimore could again find itself in a slugfest Monday night should the Yankees replicate the offensive outburst they showcased their last time out.