Baltimore Orioles defeat New York Yankees, 7-5

The blueprint on how to beat the New York Yankees has been missing from the Orioles' vault for so long.

No matter what they tried, no matter how hard they battled, the result was usually frustration.

But on two consecutive nights here, the Orioles appeared to have discovered a formula. Get a gritty outing from a rookie starter, get several big outs from the resurgent bullpen, get enough clutch hits from an offense that is finding ways to beat teams without home runs, an...

Tejada's back

Miguel Tejada went 0-for-5 in his first night after coming off the disabled list, including a strikeout against New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera in the suspended game. But a new night brought better results. Tejada lined a two-run double down the left-field line against Roger Clemens in the first inning, and looped a two-run single to right in the seventh against reliever Luis Vizcaino. He also hit the ball hard in the fifth inning, lining out to cen...