Baltimore OriolesOrioles
54-108
SP D.Bundy
Wed 8/14, 5:05 PM -
NYY -255, O/U 10.5
New York YankeesYankees
103-59
SP J.Happ
Wed 8/14, 5:05 PM - --
NYY -255, O/U 10.5
Orioles
54-108
SP D.Bundy
Yankees
103-59
SP J.Happ
Lines
Team
Orioles
Yankees
+205
-255
+215
-250
+235
-275
+225
-265
+222
-262
+225
-255
+210
-240
+215
-250
Schedule Summary
BAL
Teams
NYY
162
No. Of Games
162
54-108
Record
103-59
70-91
ATS Record
99-71
43.5%
Cover%
58.2%
82-67
O/U Record
88-77
55.0%
Over%
53.3%
Schedule & Result
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Orioles Pitching
1
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Dylan Bundy
 
Yankees Pitching
1
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J.A. Happ
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Orioles Pitching
1
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Dylan Bundy
 
Orioles Lineup
3B
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Hanser Alberto
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1B
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Trey Mancini
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RF
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Anthony Santander
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DH
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Renato Nunez
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2B
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Jonathan Villar
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C
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Pedro Severino
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LF
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Jace Peterson
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CF
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Steve Wilkerson
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SS
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Richie Martin
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Yankees Lineup
CF
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Brett Gardner
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RF
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Aaron Judge
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3B
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Giovanny Urshela
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SS
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Didi Gregorius
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C
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Gary Sanchez
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DH
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Gleyber Torres
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LF
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Mike Tauchman
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1B
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Mike Ford
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2B
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Thairo Estrada
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BAL Lineup
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Orioles Lineup
3B
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Hanser Alberto
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1B
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Trey Mancini
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RF
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Anthony Santander
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DH
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Renato Nunez
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2B
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Jonathan Villar
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C
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Pedro Severino
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LF
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Jace Peterson
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CF
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Steve Wilkerson
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SS
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Richie Martin
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Orioles Injuries
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Hunter HarveyBAL
Hopes to pitch this weekend
The right-hander has been out of action for more than a week due to an injury, which he revealed to be biceps soreness. He made it through a 15-pitch bullpen session Tuesday and said it went well, but Harvey will be worth monitoring down the stretch after all the missed time over the years. He projects as a possible closer in 2020 if his health finally cooperates.
OUT
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Josh RogersBAL
Waived and outrighted
Rogers underwent Tommy John surgery in early July and is unlikely to pitch until late in 2020 if at all. He allowed 14 earned runs in 14.1 big-league innings prior to the injury.
OUT
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Alex CobbBAL
No complications with surgery
The procedure officially spells an end to Cobb's season after he made three unproductive starts for the Orioles. surrendering 15 runs over 12.1 innings in those outings. Baltimore would surely like a mulligan after signing Cobb to a four-year, $57 million contract last March with the expectation that he would serve as the staff ace. Cobb, who is expected to be back to full strength by next spring, has gone 5-17 with a 5.36 ERA, 1.45 WHIP and 6.0 K/9 over 31 starts the past two seasons.
OUT
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D.J. StewartBAL
Undergoes ankle surgery
Stewart's surgery was considered a success, and it was performed by Dr. Kenneth Jung at the Kerlan-Jobe Institute in California, per Kubatko. The outfielder will now begin a lengthy recovery process and isn't expected to resume baseball activities until the end of spring training.
OUT
 
Yankees Injuries
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Stephen TarpleyNYY
Staying home for ALDS
Fellow lefty Tyler Lyons made the team ahead of Tarpley. Tarpley has been dealing with an illness, Brendan Kuty of The Newark Star-Ledger reports, but his 6.93 ERA in 24.2 innings this season means he wouldn't necessarily have made the team even if healthy.
OUT
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Jonathan HolderNYY
Could return for ALCS
Holder was transferred to the 60-day injured Sept. 15 and is ineligible to return during the regular season. However, he could come off the IL if New York advances past the ALDS and has a need for a right-handed reliever -- a situation made more feasible by Dellin Betances' season-ending Achilles injury. Holder pitched in 34 games for the Yankees this season, posting a 6.31 ERA, 1.31 WHIP and 46:11 K:BB over 41.1 innings.
OUT
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Mike TauchmanNYY
Could be back for World Series
Tauchman has been on the shelf since Sept. 9 with a left calf strain, but Cashman said the organization is comfortable with where he stands on the health front after the outfielder was able to complete full baseball activities at the Yankees' spring training facility in Tampa. With Giancarlo Stanton (quadriceps) nursing an injury that inhibits him on the bases and in the field, the Yankees could view Tauchman as a more viable reserve outfield option during the Fall Classic.
OUT
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Giancarlo StantonNYY
could start Friday
Despite not starting in Game 4 on Thursday, Stanton is apparently feeling better and could start as the designated hitter Friday. Stanton ran the bases prior to Game 4, but did not run hard. The encouraging update could also signal that the 29-year-old could be available off the bench Thursday.
OUT
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Masahiro TanakaNYY
Undergoes surgery
General manager Brian Cashman said Tanaka's elbow did not cause him any trouble during the postseason, but he underwent surgery after the Yankees' ALCS loss to remove a bone spur. While the surgery could limit Tanaka's offseason training, the 30-year-old is expected to be ready in time for spring training. In 32 games (31 starts) in 2019, the right-hander recorded a 4.45 ERA with a 149:40 K:BB.
OUT
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Aaron HicksNYY
Undergoes successful surgery
Hicks was sidelined for most of the second half of 2019, but returned for the ALCS in October. The 30-year-old will likely be sidelined until around August, and it's unclear who will fill his role in center field, although Brett Gardner could be an option if the team is able to re-sign him. Hicks hit .235/.325/.443 with 12 home runs and only one stolen base in 59 games played last season.
OUT
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Luke VoitNYY
Undergoes offseason surgery
Voit was in a slump at the end of the regular season, going 1-for-32 with 13 strikeouts, which led to a decreased role in the postseason. General manager Brian Cashman revealed Thursday that the 28-year-old had surgery to address core muscle injuries, so it's safe to wonder whether injuries played a role in Voit's struggles. The first baseman his .263/.378/.464 but had 142 strikeouts in 2019.
OUT
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Jacoby EllsburyNYY
Cut by Yankees
Ellsbury hasn't seen game action since 2017 and the Yankees have been unable to provide any updates about his status for 2020, so it's not a major surprise to see the team opting to move on. The 36-year-old was set to receive $21 million next season, and the move also requires a $5 million buyout. He originally signed a seven-year, $153 million deal in December 2013. At this point it's unclear if Ellsbury will play professional baseball again, but he certainly won't be doing so for the Yankees.
OUT
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Greg BirdNYY
Becomes free agent
Things just didn't work out for Bird in New York, as he was limited by injuries to just 140 games over the last four seasons combined, hitting just .194/.287/.388 over that stretch. As a 27-year-old with significant injury concerns and very little success at the big-league level, he may be stuck looking for a minor-league deal this winter.
OUT
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Miguel AndujarNYY
To resume throwing Monday
Reports from just over a month ago suggested that Andujar was about a month from throwing, and at appears that he's more or less right on schedule. The Yankees have no plans to rush him back for the year, though, as he underwent season-ending shoulder surgery back in May. The fact that he'll be throwing over five months before spring training games begin would seem to bode well for his readiness for next season.
OUT
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Dellin BetancesNYY
Won't need surgery
He will be in a walking boot for a month and will then be reevaluated. The expectation is that he will be ready for spring training, but he is also a free agent after this season, which complicates things a little, as he could probably get a better contract if he is able to throw for teams once fully healthy and looks like his old self.
OUT
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Domingo GermanNYY
Administrative leave extended
German had already been ruled out through the postseason by the Yankees, so Wednesday's announcement merely makes his restriction official. His status for 2020 remains up in the air as the league investigates the incident that led to German's alleged violation of the Joint MLB-MLBPA Domestic Violence Policy.
OUT
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Jake BarrettNYY
Outrighted to Triple-A
Barrett made just two big-league appearances last season, allowing six runs over 3.2 innings. He went down with right elbow inflammation in late May and did not throw another pitch the rest of the year.
OUT
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Orioles Injuries
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Hunter HarveyBAL
Hopes to pitch this weekend
The right-hander has been out of action for more than a week due to an injury, which he revealed to be biceps soreness. He made it through a 15-pitch bullpen session Tuesday and said it went well, but Harvey will be worth monitoring down the stretch after all the missed time over the years. He projects as a possible closer in 2020 if his health finally cooperates.
OUT
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Josh RogersBAL
Waived and outrighted
Rogers underwent Tommy John surgery in early July and is unlikely to pitch until late in 2020 if at all. He allowed 14 earned runs in 14.1 big-league innings prior to the injury.
OUT
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Alex CobbBAL
No complications with surgery
The procedure officially spells an end to Cobb's season after he made three unproductive starts for the Orioles. surrendering 15 runs over 12.1 innings in those outings. Baltimore would surely like a mulligan after signing Cobb to a four-year, $57 million contract last March with the expectation that he would serve as the staff ace. Cobb, who is expected to be back to full strength by next spring, has gone 5-17 with a 5.36 ERA, 1.45 WHIP and 6.0 K/9 over 31 starts the past two seasons.
OUT
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D.J. StewartBAL
Undergoes ankle surgery
Stewart's surgery was considered a success, and it was performed by Dr. Kenneth Jung at the Kerlan-Jobe Institute in California, per Kubatko. The outfielder will now begin a lengthy recovery process and isn't expected to resume baseball activities until the end of spring training.
OUT