The New York Yankees don't intend to lament their misdeeds during a miserable June.
No, they figure the only way to get out the funk they're in is to look ahead to July.
Hiroki Kuroda gave up three home runs, and the Yankees couldn't muster a significant clutch hit in a 4-2 loss to the Baltimore Orioles on Sunday night. The defeat was New York's fifth straight and put an emphatic exclamation point on an 11-16 June.
''You can't go back and change anything that's been done,'' outfielder Vernon Wells said. ''You want to go back and look at the negatives? You're not going to get anywhere. Turn the page and start over and let's have a better July.''
The Yankees were 37-26 and in second place in the AL East on June 10. Now they're 42-39 and mired in fourth.
''You look back at what we were able to accomplish early in the season,'' Wells said. ''There is no reason we can't get back there.''
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