Yankees drop Orioles 12-4 | WJLA
Brett Gardner homered twice from the leadoff spot and had his first four RBIs of the season. Austin Romine, the No. 9 batter, also went deep and knocked in five runs. Aaron Judge, not to be outdone, clocked his latest colossal homer and scored four times as New York won its 14th in 17 games to boost the American League's best record to 15-7.
Wrapping up a 12-4 loss (Aquino and Nuño optioned) - School of Roch
The Orioles optioned Jayson Aquino and Vidal Nuño to Norfolk.
Orioles' Ubaldo Jimenez's starting job being threatened after another rough outing - Baltimore Sun
"I mean, it's a pattern we've seen before and it's frustrating," Buck Showalter said. "He's not the only one, he's not the only one. But it certainly put us in a hole early in a game that we really needed some innings and we just weren't able to deliver."
Orioles notes: Tillman to make rehab start for Norfolk; Britton back at Bowie Sunday - Baltimore Sun
Orioles right-hander Chris Tillman will make at least one more minor league rehabilitation start before returning from the disabled list, starting for Triple-A Norfolk at Charlotte on Tuesday. Zach Britton will try and make it through a full inning today in Bowie.
Birthdays and History
Happy Birthday to former Oriole utility man ordinaire Jeff Reboulet. Although he did have a sweet, sweet mustache. He shares this day with famous people including actress Eve Arden 1912; actor Burt Young 1940; NBA Hall of Famer Isiah Thomas 1961; actor Johnny Galecki 1975; and actress Kirsten Dunst 1982.
On this day in Baltimore baseball history...
1967 - Steve Barber and Stu Miller of the Baltimore Orioles combine on a no-hitter, but still lose the game to the Detroit Tigers, 2 - 1. A wild Barber gives up 10 walks in eight and one-third innings before giving way to Miller, who pitches one-third of an inning.
On this day in world history...
1789 - George Washington took office as first elected U.S. president.
1803 - The U.S. purchased the Louisiana Territory from France for $15 million.
1889 - George Washington's inauguration became the first U.S. national holiday.
1939 - Lou Gehrig played his last game with the New York Yankees.
1945 - Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun committed suicide. They had been married for one day. One week later Germany surrendered unconditionally.
1993 - CERN put the World Wide Web software in the public domain.
1993 - Monica Seles was stabbed in the back during a tennis match in Hamburg, Germany. The man called himself a fan of second- ranked Steffi Graf. He was convicted of causing grievous bodily harm and received a suspended sentence.
2012 - One World Trade Center became the tallest structure in New York when it surpassed the height of the Empire State Building.
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