Yanks rough up O's in series finale

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Bobby Abreu hit a pair of homers while getting a day off from the field, Alex Rodriguez also went deep and the New York Yankees pounded the Orioles 13-3 today to avoid a three-game sweep. Full Story

“Baltimore Fan Forever”

Since: Jun 08

Greensboro, NC

#1 Jul 30, 2008
The Yankees pounded the Orioles today but we still get the series and still lead 7-5 for the season. Sarfate showed some potential as a starter, but couldn't put it all together. Thank you Giraldi for helping me hate the Yankees even more.
IRONRIDER

Clermont, FL

#2 Jul 30, 2008
well when they lose they lose big tomorrow's another day

“Orioles, Colts, Bullets ”

Since: Apr 08

Brewster, NY

#3 Jul 30, 2008
I got back from the game an hour ago. I would love to have a sweep, but I am THRILLED that we hung on for last night's win to take the series. I was sooooooo nervous at last night's game, until Sherrill recorded the final out. At least our modest three-game winning streak gave us a mini-vacation from Ghost Oriole. I'm sure he'll be back again, happy as ever.

“Orioles, Colts, Bullets ”

Since: Apr 08

Brewster, NY

#4 Jul 30, 2008
NCBirdfan wrote:
The Yankees pounded the Orioles today but we still get the series and still lead 7-5 for the season. Sarfate showed some potential as a starter, but couldn't put it all together. Thank you Giraldi for helping me hate the Yankees even more.
The overall run total for all three games was 23 runs for each team, but we took two out of three games (hurray). In addition to being 7-5 against The Yanks, we are 5-7 against the defending World Champion Red Sox. One thing is for sure, these Birds don't lay down for ANYONE. I can't ask any more than that. You put on the uniform that you are issued, and you give 100 percent. For better or for worse, it's OUR team. GO ORIOLES!
John

Ruffs Dale, PA

#5 Jul 30, 2008
I knew they were going to lose today before the game even started.!One you can't take a BP and give him the start when he is having problems throwing strikes and as for Brian Burres he belongs at Bowie ....not Norfolk. The right move would have been Hayden Penn.
Dave

Forest Hill, MD

#6 Jul 30, 2008
Brian Burres is terrible. He can't pitch as a starter. He can't pitch from the bullpen. Why is he still in the majors? If I suck as much as he does at my job, I would be on the street corner begging for spare change.
John

Ruffs Dale, PA

#7 Jul 30, 2008
Amen ....Dave

“Orioles, Colts, Bullets ”

Since: Apr 08

Brewster, NY

#8 Jul 30, 2008
I saw Jon Leicester at AAA Norfolk last month, when they played at the Durham Bulls. He's a very nice fellow. Anyone know if there is any chance that he'll be called up?

“Orioles, Colts, Bullets ”

Since: Apr 08

Brewster, NY

#9 Jul 30, 2008
John wrote:
I knew they were going to lose today before the game even started.!
Which is why it is a damn good thing we held on for the win the night before! I was at all three games, and it was bad enough that I heard the Yank fans telling us to hit the road after today's game. At least we took two of three. If the Yanks had pulled out the win the night before, we would never have heard the end of it. Their fans think highly of themselves and their team as it is. We don't need a crushing defeat (which is what it would have been had we blown the 7-3 lead in the ninth inning) thrown in our faces.

“Orioles, Colts, Bullets ”

Since: Apr 08

Brewster, NY

#10 Jul 30, 2008
Never mind about Leicester. I just looked it up, and he has a 5.84 ERA at Norfolk. One positive is his strikeout to walk ratio (he has 72 K's and 35 walks). If nothing else, perhaps he can give Daniel Cabrera some lessons on throwing more strikes.
brewster mcnyork

Baltimore, MD

#11 Jul 30, 2008
jesus. alright pink hat. your enthusiasm- we get it. but every little thought that comes into your head..?
Dirk

Brooklyn, NY

#12 Jul 30, 2008
brewster mcnyork wrote:
jesus. alright pink hat. your enthusiasm- we get it. but every little thought that comes into your head..?
Typical New York attitude, she's a loudmouth. I grew up in Baltimore but live for months at a time in Manhattan and Brooklyn because of my job. Her heart may be in the right place but she's starved for attention in real life. Start a blog, already.
tjrover

Brooklyn, NY

#13 Jul 30, 2008
Funny word from Millar saying Edwar Ramirez is good hitting considering that Millar has struck out 3 times in 4 at bats against Ramirez. I guess all that bad hair dye and peroxide rots the brain.
Mike

AOL

#14 Jul 30, 2008
Nah, tj, stupidity like that is all natural.
Ben

Baltimore, MD

#15 Jul 31, 2008
shut up Millar
you should be lucky you are in the big leagues
and this is an orioles fan speaking

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