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BALTIMORE —The New York Yankees have grown accustomed to beating the Baltimore
Orioles, even if it occasionally takes some additional work to accomplish the
feat. Nick Swisher hit a two-run homer in the 10th, and New York defeated the
Baltimore Orioles 6-4 Wednesday night for their second straight extra-inning win
and a three-game sweep. Curtis Granderson homered and drove in three runs for
the Yankees, who won consecutive extra-inning road games for the first time
since July 16-17, 2001, at Philadelphia, according to STATS LLC. New York has
won 16 of 21 against the Orioles since the beginning of last season. During that
time, the Yankees are 5-2 in extra innings against Baltimore. “I thought our
guys responded well under some tough circumstances with two extra-inning wins,”
manager Joe Girardi said. After winning the opener of the series 6-2, New York
went 12 innings on Tuesday night before going overtime again in the finale. New
York now heads home to face the Los Angeles Angels on Friday after a 3-3 start
on the road. “Its nice to go home. Everyone is excited to go home,” Girardi
said. “It is nice to get the sweep.” With two outs in the 10th, Mark Teixeira
hit an opposite-field pop off Kevin Gregg (0-1) that landed just inside the
left-field line and between third baseman Mark Reynolds and left fielder Nolan
Reimould. Swisher then worked the count full before hitting a no-doubt drive
into the centre-field bleachers. “I was really excited to get that hit at the
end of the game, so excited to come out of here with a sweep,” Swisher said.
Rafael Soriano (1-0) worked 1 1-3 innings of one-hit relief and 42-year-old
Mariano Rivera got three outs for his second save of the season and No. 605 of
his career. One night earlier, Rivera sealed a 5-4, 12-inning win. New York
starter CC Sabathia gave up four runs and eight hits in six innings, striking
out eight and walking two. The left-hander won his previous seven starts at
Camden Yards, and although that streak ended, he retained his 16-2 record
against Baltimore. Sabathia took a beating on the mound in a fashion that had
nothing to do with his pitching line. He was smacked in his left hand trying to
catch a bouncer up in the middle in the second inning and had a line drive hit
his left foot in the fifth. Robert Andino and Reynolds had two RBIs aapiece for
the Orioles, and starter Jake Arrieta allowed four runs and five hits in 6 2-3
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ourselves in the situation,” Baltimore centre fielder Adam Jones said. “We came
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Reynolds hit a two-run, two-out double in the fifth inning to give Baltimore a
4-3 lead. Although he walked twice earlier, Reynolds was 0 for 6 with three
strikeouts against Sabathia. New York pulled even in the seventh. After Orioles
manager Buck Showalter lifted Arrieta with a runner on first and two outs,
Luis Ayala promptly walked Derek Jeter on five pitches, and Granderson bounced
an RBI single into left field. The Yankees put runners at second and third with
two outs in the eighth before Ayala struck out Russell Martin. After throwing
seven shutout innings against Minnesota on opening day, Arrietas perfect ERA
vanished when Jeter led off with a double and Granderson followed with his first
home run, which also provided his first two RBIs. Arrieta retired the next 11
batters before Teixeira singled with two outs in the fourth. Sabathia struck out
three of the first four batters before Matt Wieters singled and Reynolds walked.
Sabathia then tried to barehand a smash up the middle by Ronny Paulino, and
although the ball struck his hand, he wasnt hurt. “It is a natural reaction, but
I wont do it again,” Sabathia said. The single loaded the bases, and Andino tied
it by lining a two-out single to centre. Baltimore loaded the bases with two
outs in the third before Paulino hit into a force play. By then, however,
Sabathias pitch count was already at 74. New York took advantage of a wild
streak by Arrieta to take a 3-2 lead in the fifth. A walk, a hit batter and a
single loaded the bases with no outs for Jeter, who drove in a run with a chop
off the plate. NOTES: The start of the game was delayed by rain for 20 minutes.
... For the first time this season, the Orioles failed to homer in either the
first or second innings. ... Teixeira turned 32. ... After an off day Thursday,
the Orioles begin the road portion of their schedule in Toronto. ... Sabathia
held the opposition scoreless in his second start in each of the previous three
seasons. ’ ’ ’ 

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