Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Yankees

Last season, he was 3-1 against the Bronx Bombers, with New York's lone victory being a 2-1 affair at Camden Yards in July.

Chris Carter will start for Bird, while Aaron Hicks will start for Judge. Brad Brach then struck out the side in the eighth before Zach Britton closed out NY (1-3) in the ninth, earning his second save. Brach struck out the side in the eighth. I would say I was just a thrower, " Severino said earlier this week of his shakiness as a starter, which led to a demotion to Class AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. "So if he just goes out and pitches the way he's capable of pitching, he's in a good situation either way". "Sevvy I think yesterday actually pitched well until the bloop single, the walk and then the three-run homer (by Manny Machado)".

"It's hard to get a grip on it". Nothing's going to change that in terms of getting a better feel for that time frame moved up or moved back. "The X-ray was negative and probably giving him a couple of days off". A year ago, they set a franchise record with seven straight wins to start the season.

"You have a job to do there, especially late in the game". "It seems like I'm just repeating myself, but it doesn't affect me".

Batting with a runner on third and New York's infield drawn in, Smith hit a 2-1 fastball over the right-field wall. "And the hitters, they just kept grinding and they scored a lot of runs", Jimenez said.

"It's nice coming up with a runner on third, less than two and being able to come through". "We're making sure that we check all boxes, including the player's interest as well". "It won't always happen like that but that's certainly what you're trying to do", Smith said. "It's too tough to try to dictate exactly where the ball goes, but I was able to get that one in the air".

"It's different [when] it's cold but ultimately from pitch-to-pitch, you're able to kind of lock in, and it's kind of no different really". When you're on the field, you're playing, so I make no excuses.

BALTIMORE KEY TRENDS: The Orioles are now a flawless 6-0 in their last six home games, are 4-1 in their last five games versus American League East rivals and are 4-1 in their last five games overall.