Orioles Rally from behind Can’t Hold on in Extras against Yankees, 7-6

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Trevino with A walk-off Single for Yankees in 11th

Jose Trevino stood with his hands on his head, looking around at the celebration he’d just started at Yankee Stadium.

As the realization hit Jose, tears welled up in his eyes. This was the best birthday gift he could have given to his father.

Trevino hit the game single in the eleventh inning to lift the struggling New York Yankees over the Baltimore Orioles 7-6 on Tuesday night, snapping a three-game losing streak and capping an emotional day that included his second home run of the season and a tying single in the 7th.

Trevino’s solo homer in the third inning gave New York a 3-0 lead, and his single in the 7th tied the game at 5.

Austin Hays strike an RBI groundout off winner Clarke Schmidt (3-2) in the top of the eleventh, contributing to his solo homer that assisted the Orioles to erase their early deficit as well as putting pressure on New York to score in the bottom of the inning.

Bryan Baker’s bid for his first big league saves was thwarted when Isiah Kiner-Falefa plated automatic runner Gleyber Torres, who homered twice. Marwin Gonzalez decided to follow with another single, and Trevino delivered the game-winning.

Trevino raised his arms just like he approached the first base, then was surrounded by teammates next to the second base. The first-year Yankee walked out of the melee and took in the scene by himself for a few moments.

Kiner-Falefa, Gonzalez, and Trevino merged for 6 hits from the bottom three spots in the order, aided by injuries to DJ LeMahieu and Giancarlo Stanton. Stanton was replaced in the seventh inning by pinch-hitter Estevan Florial due to right calf tightness, and LeMahieu was scratched briefly before the first pitch due to left wrist discomfort.

Torres strike two of the Yankees’ 4 solo home runs against starter Bruce Zimmermann, and Anthony Rizzo and Trevino also connected.

New York starter Jordan Montgomery cruised through the seventh inning before giving up Hays’ leadoff homer, cutting the Yankees’ lead to 3-2. Montgomery has been replaced by Michael King, who promptly gave up a three-run homer to ex-Yankee Rougned Odor.

The odor seemed to have 4 RBIs and extended his hitting streak to nine games for the Ravens, who had won four of their previous five games.

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JP Sears (1-0, 0.00) is expected to make his major league debut for the Yankees on Wednesday. Baltimore intends to begin RHP Tyler Wells (1-3, 4.41).

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