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Adam Jones had heard tales about how Camden Yards used to be when the place was
packed and the Orioles were in a pennant race. With one dramatic swing of the
bat, Jones found out for himself just how crazy the place can get. Jones hit the
first of Baltimores three home runs in a wild eighth inning, and the Orioles
climbed back into a first-place tie with the Yankees in the AL East by defeating
New York 10-6 Thursday night before a euphoric sellout crowd. Mark Reynolds had
two of Baltimores season-high six home runs. Matt Wieters and Robert Andino also
connected for the Orioles, who have won 10 of 13—a run that includes three of
four over New York. Jones leadoff homer in the eighth off David Robertson (1-6)
put Baltimore ahead 7-6 after the Yankees rallied from a five-run deficit in the
top half. “Ive always asked our trainer, Richie Bancells, how loud can this
place get? I always asked that,” Jones said. “After I hit that home run, he came
up to me and said, Thats how loud this place can get.” Jones has hit many a
game-winning home run, but none with the stakes so high. “Thats the biggest hit
Ive ever had in my life. Everything else up to this point has been leading up to
this,” he said. Wieters followed with a single and Reynolds hit a drive into the
left-field seats. Chris Davis then slammed the first pitch from Boone Logan over
the right-field wall. After trailing the Yankees by 10 games on July 18, the
surging Orioles pulled even Tuesday, then dropped a game back on Wednesday
before taking the opener of this important four-game series. “They are playing
with a lot of confidence right now,” New Yorks Alex Rodriguez said. “You have to
tip your hat to Baltimore.” Reynolds, who also went deep in the sixth, has
homered in three straight games and has eight long balls in his last seven,
including two in each of the three wins against New York. With Reynolds leading
the way, the Orioles hit a half-dozen home runs in a game for the first time
since Aug. 28, 2007, against Tampa Bay. Baltimore has played several significant
games in September in recent years, but this is the first time since 1997 that
the Orioles have been in the hunt for a playoff berth. The fans reacted
accordingly, cheering from the first pitch to the very end. “You couldnt ask for
better,” manager Buck Showalter said. “A special environment. Really
appreciative. It helped. It was a real difference-maker for us.” The Yankees
always attract huge crowds, but this time an estimated 90 per cent of those in
attendance were cheering for the home team. The full house and the boisterous
orange-clad fans conjured memories of a time long ago, when Baltiimore made two
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a big tangerine,” Jones said. “I liked that.” New York trailed 6-1 in the eighth
before mounting a comeback fueled by four walks. After Alex Rodriguez hit an RBI
double and Curtis Granderson singled in a run, the Yankees put runners on second
and third with two outs. The fans rose to their feet in anticipation after
Pedro Strop prepared to throw a 1-2 pitch to Russell Martin, but Strop
ultimately issued a walk to load the bases for pinch-hitter Chris Dickerson, who
drew a four-pitch walk to make it 6-4. Ichiro Suzuki followed with his third
hit, a two-run single, before Darren ODay (7-1) got the final out. Yankees
manager Joe Girardi derived little satisfaction from the comeback. “When youre
playing a team for first place, a loss is a loss,” he said. “We swung the bats
extremely well, but we didnt pitch well tonight.” Orioles starter Jason Hammel
gave up one run and six hits in five-plus innings in his first outing since
going on the disabled list in mid-July. The right-hander took a line drive by
Robinson Cano off his elbow in the fourth, but stayed in the game. After Hammel
warmed up the rowdy fans with a 1-2-3 first, three straight singles against
David Phelps in the bottom half produced a run before Wieters hit an
opposite-field, three-run drive to left for a 4-0 lead. It was his 19th home run
of the season and the first since he connected off Phelps on Saturday. New York
got a run in the fourth on Canos hit off Hammels arm and an RBI single by
Granderson. In the Baltimore half, Andino hit his career-high sixth home run to
make it 5-1. Reynolds made it 6-1 with a solo shot off Joba Chamberlain. NOTES:
On the 17th anniversary of the day Cal Ripken Jr. broke Lou Gehrigs mark of
consecutive games played, the Orioles unveiled a statue of the Iron Man in the
picnic area beyond the centre-field wall. Ripken is the fifth of Baltimores six
Hall of Fame stars to be so honoured this season; the last will be Brooks
Robinson. ... Yankees 1B Mark Teixeira (strained left calf) jogged lightly in
the outfield at Camden Yards before the game and said hes close to returning to
the lineup. .. Cano played 2B for the first time since suffering left hip
soreness on Monday. ... Girardi said LHP Andy Pettitte (broken ankle) will throw
a simulated game at some point this weekend. Pettitte has been on the DL since
June 28. ... Baltimore improved to 8-7 against New York this season. ... The
Orioles will send rookie Wei-Yin Chen to the mound Friday night and the Yankees
will start Phil Hughes. ’ ’ ’ 

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