The Yankees (78-60) and the Orioles (77-61) played the second game of a four game series on Friday night with the top spot in the AL East on the line. The Yankees came out on top 8-5 thanks to three long balls from the Yankee offense and solid pitching from Phil Hughes
Up one game in the American League East, the Yankees needed a win against the Baltimore Orioles to maintain sole possession of first place. They couldn't get one and have slipped back into a tie with the O's, losing 10-6
The collapse since the All-Star break is enough to handle. The injuries are enough to handle. Watching the team age is enough to handle. It is hard to find bright spots these days if you are the New York Yankees.
The Yankees (77-59) were able to avoid the sweep on Wednesday night beating the Rays (75-62) 6-4. Hiroki Kuroda pitched well going six innings giving up four runs on eight hits for the Yankees earning the win (13-10)
After jumping out to an early lead in the first inning the Yankees (76-59) looked like they might start to turn things around after falling from kings of the AL East in this past week, it was all downhill from there though
In what has been a storybook season (for the most part) for the ValleyCats, Saturday night didn't fit the script as the Cats were not only beaten, a rare event, but they were in fact no hit in losing to Vermont.
Getty Images Phil Hughes was rocked in his start on Sunday in the Yankees (76-57) 8-3 loss to the Baltimore Orioles (74-59) with Baltimore slugger Mark Reynolds doing a majority of the damage hitting two mammoth home runs
After looking like a lifeless free falling ball club for the first 15 innings of the weekend series, the Yankees (76-56) rallied and beat the Baltimore Orioles (73-59) 4-3 on Saturday. The Orioles came into the day only trailing the Yanks by two games in the AL East standings and got a great start from Wei-Yin Chen until the Yankees were finally able to put some runs on the board in the seventh inning
The Baltimore Orioles (73-58) took care of business in the opening game of the weekend series against the New York Yankees (75-56) on Friday night. The Orioles won 6-1 and now stand only 2 games behind the Yankees in the AL East standings
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