The Yankees ended an ugly weekend in the worst possible way, with a loss of 8: 7 against the Orioles, which they blast several chances to make a profit – including, as Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton ran out of empty handed to it to end.
Austin Romine and Didi Gregorius opened the 12th with walks on Sunday before Brett Gardner hit a pile that Brad Brach did not need to load the bases without outs. But then Judge sent a comebacker who turned Brach into a double game and the struggling Stanton finished with his fifth goal in a 0-for-7 performance.
In addition to the injured players over the weekend, the Yankees also dropped three out of four to a Baltimore team that entered the series with a losing series of five games.
The Yankees also blew a five-lead.
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After the Yankees had a chance in the 10th against former Yankee Southpaw Richard Bleier to win the game's innings.
Adam Jones lost Didi Gregorius's ball and missed a double. Brett Gardner followed with a fly ball to the left, which a long-drawn-out Gentry could barely catch up. Baltimore manager Buck Showalter decided to deliberately go to Judge to come to the Fighting Stanton and Stanton landed in third place to finish the inning.
Stanton heard Boos again, and Yankees starter Jordan Montgomery was not much better. The Lefty was led 5-0 in the first inning and did not make it to the fifth inning.
He was replaced by Domingo German, who briefly stabilized the game before giving the green light.
The day started well for the Yankees, who again used a makeshift lineup for their recent injuries.
They made five runs in the first round Mike Wright Jr.
Gardner and Judge started the rally with consecutive singles and after Stanton had dropped out for the first time, Neil Walker hit a dribble in front of the hill.
Wright probably had a chance to get Gardner on the plate, but instead fired on second to try to get Judge, but his throw pulled Manny Machado off the bag.
A walk by Tyler Austin featured a two-part single by Miguel Andujar. Romine followed with a run-scoring single before Ronald Torreyes almost hit one to the left, but it went for an RBI double and ended Wright's afternoon.
Pedro Araujo took over Wright and got Gardner to finish the inning.
The Orioles started their comeback in the second.
Tim Beckham led a double left and Santander followed with a fly ball that fell in front of Jace Peterson in left hand. Coach Bobby Dickerson tried to hold Beckham, but Beckham raced home and Santander finished second.
But Montgomery left Santander in third, manning Manny Machado to get close to disembarking.
Montgomery gave up another run in the third and then allowed a two-run homer to Danny Valencia, who made it 5-4. German, recently recalled by Triple-A Scranton / Wilkes-Barre, came to retire the last two batter of the innings.
The Yankees extended the lead in the bottom of the fifth. Peterson hit a two-field single when Machado took too long to be the first to throw. Peterson was called first, but a review showed he was beating the litter.
With runners in the corners, Romine hit a single down the right field line to make it 6-4.
German, a strike away from After getting off scot-free from sixth, he posted an RBI single to Machado, which crashed into Gentry.
With two outs in seventh, he converted a 3-0 lead to Santander, who struck Baltimore for the first time
Romine provided a two-time RBI single for bringing German off the leash to Darren O & # 39; Day on the floor of the innings to give the rest.
But with one and two outs in 12th place, Warren gave up Santander and then the winner of the game to Gentry.