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15-8, 1st in AL East

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Big win for the Orioles over the Yankees today after blowing a 4-2 lead in the ninth inning -- two days after blowing an 11-4 lead in the seventh inning and losing 12-4 on Saturday. Zach Britton should be ready on Wednesday and Buck Showalter can't wait to get his closer back.

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Yankees reliever tries his hand at first base (1:12)
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Orioles avoid sweep, win in extras (0:33)

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Orioles C Caleb Joseph's two-run homer Saturday against the Yankees was his first RBI in over a year.

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Judge's power surge continues with 2-run shot (0:31)
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Romine launches a 2-run HR (0:25)

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The Baltimore Orioles had the perfect stroke on Friday night. Not only did they hit the two longest home runs of the evening, but Manny Machado's 466-foot shot became the longest of the young season.

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Yankees rally from 9-1 deficit for walk-off in 10th (1:10)

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Manny Machado's 466-foot homer to center off C.C. Sabathia on Friday is the longest in MLB this season.

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Orioles activate OF Rickard from disabled list

The Baltimore Orioles have activated outfielder Joey Rickard from the 10-day disabled list and are starting him in the series opener against the New York Yankees.

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P. Martinez says he would've 'drilled' Machado

Hall of Famer Pedro Martinez, who works for the Red Sox as a special assistant, says he would have "drilled" Manny Machado for his high slide on Boston second baseman Dustin Pedroia.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Pedro Martinez: "If I was pitching, I was going to drill Machado, as much as I love him. The only thing I would've done differently is probably bring the ball a little bit lower." Pedro says Machado "did not intend to hurt Pedroia. And I know that because I know Machado." Also says Barnes did not mean to throw the ball at Machado's head.

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Pedroia returns vs. Yanks; 0-for-4 as leadoff

After missing three games with a sore knee and ankle, Boston's Dustin Pedroia batted leadoff and went hitless in four at-bats in his return to the lineup Thursday in a 3-0 loss to the Yankees.

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Anatomy of a Little League homer

Seth Smith's "Little League homer" is a fitting metaphor for the Orioles' fast start, as they've taken advantage of breaks to cruise to a 14-6 record.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

The Orioles got a fifth straight quality start from Dylan Bundy, a Little League homer from Seth Smith, and a two-run 11th inning rally that ended with a walk-off walk to beat the Rays 5-4. At 14-6, B'more boasts the best record in the AL.

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The Orioles' 13-5 start this season is their best record through 18 games since going 13-5 to start 1970. Baltimore went on to win the World Series that year.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs94Tied-21st
Batting Average.24218th
On Base Percentage.30420th
Slugging Percentage.41413th
Earned Run Average4.2419th
Quality Starts12Tied-11th
WHIP1.4228th
BAA.25423rd

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