After the big comeback, the O’s set up a series win against the Yanks

He took the Baltimore Orioles They went several innings on Wednesday to shake off their disappointment from the night before, as Felix Bautista’s hanging splitter tied Aaron Judge and ended up losing to the New York Yankees

THE Orioles showed their resilience by rallying in an eight-run seventh inning to beat the team from a 5-1 deficit on Wednesday. Yankees 9-6. They can now win the three-game series if they can take Thursday night’s finale in New York

Baltimore will try to even the series at three games after earning its 19th comeback win of the season.

Adam Frazier, who hit a 17-game hitting streak, started the seventh-inning rally with a three-run homer off Nestor Cortes. Gunnar Henderson followed with Jimmy Cordero’s two-run double. Orioles The lead

“We’re never out. Count us out and we’ll fight back,” Henderson said. “There are no layoffs in this team.

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Frazier added, “I told the guys after the game, we’re never out of it. One to nine, everybody can make a positive impact on the game at any moment.”

Baltimore hit its biggest inning since nine runs against the Kansas City Royals on September 8, 2021. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the Orioles also their biggest innings Yankees In Newyork

THE Orioles They had won 10 of their last 14 games on Thursday, having dropped three between May 6 and 8

New York’s bullpen allowed one hit over the final five innings Tuesday as the offense pulled away and eventually won 6-5 in 10 innings. THE YankeesThe relievers entered Wednesday with a career-low 2.80 ERA and a 22 1/3-inning scoreless streak. The team was hoping to get the win while without Michael King, Wandy Peralta and Ron Marinacci

“We were just short of getting back there and trying to finish in a leverage spot with Cordero and Clay (Holmes).” Yankees manager Aaron Boone said

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New York got two homers from Gleyber Torres and one from Isiah Kiner-Falefa, but that ended their season-high five-game hitting streak. Still, the Yankees They have won 15 of the last 21 matches

“I just had no luck there, but it happened quickly,” Cortes said.

Kyle Gibson (5-3, 4.27 ERA) starts Thursday at the Orioles. The right-hander is 1-3 with a 4.74 ERA in four starts this month. Gibson snapped his personal three-start losing streak in Toronto on Friday when he allowed one run on five hits in seven innings, the longest start of his career.

Gibson is 1-6 with a 6.75 ERA in 10 career starts Yankees. He last faced them in July 2019 in Minnesota, when he took a no-decision after allowing five runs on seven hits in five innings in New York’s wild 14-12, 10-inning win.

Clarke Schmidt (2-4, 6.00 ERA) takes the mound for the Yankees. He has allowed two runs or fewer in three of his last four starts. Schmidt bounced back from a seven-run shutout at home to the Tampa Bay Rays on May 14, giving up just two runs on five hits in five-plus innings in Friday’s 6-2 win at Cincinnati.

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Schmidt is 1-1 with a 4.50 ERA in six career starts, five in relief. Orioles. His only start against them came on April 7 in Baltimore. The right-hander allowed four runs on five hits and three walks in 3 1/3 innings of a no-decision.

— Field Level Media