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Yankees Sweep Orioles

It looked as if the New York Yankees were going to run away with the game late on the road against the Baltimore Orioles in the fourth game of a four-game set, but Baltimore made it interesting in the eighth-inning.

With the Orioles trailing 5-1, Trey Mancini hit an RBI single to cut the lead to 5-2. A few batters later, Renato Nunez tied the game at five on a three-run homer off of Tommy Kahnle.

The Yankees would then take the lead with two outs in the top of the ninth-inning on a bases loaded walk thrown by Mychal Givens. Aaron Hicks was the batter at the time for New York. Jonathan Villar would then ground into a double play for Baltimore to end the game and it would resulted in a 6-5 win for the New York Yankees.

The New York Yankees swept this series against the Orioles.

Richie Martin had an RBI in the second-inning on a fielder’s choice for Baltimore.

New York would tie the game at one on a solo home run by Clint Frazier in the fifth-inning off of Dylan Bundy.

In the sixth-inning, Gio Urshela hit a two-run RBI single for the Yankees to give them a 3-1 lead.

Austin Romine hit an RBI single in the seventh-inning for New York.

Luke Voit hit a solo home run in the eighth-inning off of Miguel Castro to extend the New York Yankees lead to 5-1 and the rest was history.

Even with Kahnle blowing the save, he was the winning pitcher for New York and his record is now 2-0 on the year. Tommy Kahnle pitched one inning and gave up one hit and one run. He struck out two batters.

Mychal Givens (0-2) was the losing pitcher in this game for Baltimore. He pitched one inning and gave up one hit and one run. Givens walked three batters and struck out two.

The New York Yankees next series will be on the road against the Kansas City Royals for a three-game starting on Friday night at Kauffman Stadium.

The Baltimore Orioles next series will be against the Colorado Rockies on the road for a three-game starting on Friday night at Coors Field.

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