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The Baltimore Orioles beat the New York Yankees 2-1 in game four of the ALDS, tonight at Yankee Stadium from the Bronx, NY.
Yankees and Orioles are tied at 2-2 in the series.
W - Pedro Strop (1-), L - David Phelps (0-1), S - Jim Johnson (2).
Phil Hughes did a great job by going 6.2 innings while allowing 4 hits, gave up a solo HR to Nate McLouth, walked 3 and struck out 8 batters.
David Phelps gave up two doubles in the 13th inning to Manny Machado and J.J. Hardy who brought in the winning run home for the O's.
Derek Jeter played through his sore ankle as the DH getting two hits including a double.
Mark Teixeria drew three walks.
Robinson Cano tied the game in the 6th by getting an RBI groundout which was the only Yankees run scored in the game.
Thoughts on the game:
Both teams were lifeless with the bats the entire game and the Orioles were the team that came through when it mattered the most.
The Yankees went 0 for 9 with runners scoring position and left 10 runners stranded. That's horrific! That's not the Yankees lineup I know.
A lot of Yankees falithful were booing Alex Rodriguez, Curtis Granderson and whoever couldn't get a big hit whenever they needed it.
That ballpark at first tonight was into it and they lost energy as the game kept dragging on, on, on and on all night long.
Of course, the Yankees lose the game to the Orioles and will play a elimination game tomorrow evening.
CC Sabathia is the perfect pitcher for this game who should dominant the O's hitters or they will lose game five.
Game five of the ALDS - The New York Yankees host the Baltimore Orioles tomorrow night in Yankee Stadium at 5:07 pm on TBS.
Pitching will be LHP CC Sabathia vs RHP Jason Hammel.
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