The team's offense didn't help, its only runs coming on Jonathan Schoop's two-run homer in the second inning.
The right-hander is 8-7 with a 4.93 ERA in 20 career starts against the Yankees.
Unquestionably, Sabathia also has put together a fantastic start at almost 37, with a 7-2 record and a 3.66 ERA, while Michael Pineda (7-3, 3.39) finally seems to have found some consistency from start to start and Friday's victor, rookie lefty Jordan Montgomery (4-4, 3.55), has displayed the ability to regularly execute a game plan, just as the Yanks lauded him for since the spring.
And to top it off?
RUNNERS IN SCORING POSITION: Caleb Joseph's pinch-hit single in the ninth was the first a Yankees opponent had with a runner in scoring position since May 31 when Jones had an RBI single at Oriole Park. "It's just all those things", Girardi said. "He's been huge for us". He now has six home runs and 11 RBI against the Orioles on the year and is slugging over.900 against them. "Sevy's on the mound tomorrow and let it continue".
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The four Arab countries have suspended all flights to and from Doha and closed off sea and air links to Qatar. He said there had been no change to Qatar's military deployment and no troops had been moved.
In the last series encounter between the two teams, Orioles won the first and the last game while the Yanks captured the middle game. He lost for the fourth time in his last five starts despite allowing three earned runs or less for the 12th time. "But if that's what it took, it worked". "There's a lot of power in this lineup, and we can score quickly".
Here is the official data from Statcast for Judge's 19th home run of the season. "That time, I got into a positive count, and he threw me a 2-0 changeup; I figured that's what he was going with, and I made sure I didn't miss it".
"Even in the leadoff spot you've got a guy that can hit a homer (Brett Gardner) and all the way down in the nine spot, we've got a guy who led the National League in homers (Chris Carter, 41 in 2016)", Judge said. "I wanted to show him inside In the first inning so he'd think about it the whole game, and I just went hard away and went after him with curveballs until I got him to swing at one". He struck out six and walked two.
Judge started by sending a 1-0 breaking ball down the line and into the left field seats.
The 23-year-old righty - yes, don't forget that he's still the third-youngest AL pitcher to start a game this year - clearly has reestablished both his changeup and his swagger on the mound, helped along by an average fastball of better than 97 miles per hour, tops in the majors among starters, according to FanGraphs. "I'm trying not to overthrow or aim it, just trusting the grip and trusting that the spin will make it go the way I want it". I think at times he was frustrated by his struggles a year ago, but he's the same guy who believes in himself, and he's having more success so there's probably more high fives.