Andy Pettitte slapped his glove, angry he had allowed another run.
For the New York Yankees, it was yet another night of missed chances.
Instead of winning both games at Camden Yards, the Yankees headed home with a split in their best-of-five AL division series against the Baltimore Orioles following a 3-2 loss in Game 2 Monday night.
''It was obviously a frustrating game and one you hate to lose,'' Pettitte said. ''It would have been nice to be able to get this one, that's for sure.''
And now when the series resumes Wednesday night, they face having to get at least one win from the back end of their rotation. The rest of the series will be played in the Bronx.
''We've played very well at home, and we're going to have to continue to do that if we're going to move on,'' Yankees manager Joe Girardi said. ''It seems like Baltimore and us have kind of went back and forth all year, and that's what we did her...