New York Yankees defeat Baltimore Orioles, 10-6
The momentum that the Orioles built over the past two nights started to fade with each Daniel Cabrera pitch in the first two innings yesterday, setting an ominous tone on the final day of a hugely successful homestand.
When Cabrera wasn't walking New York Yankees, he was giving up searing line drives. When he wasn't throwing his pitches high, wide or in the dirt, he was placing them right over the plate, an open-ended invitation for the Yankees to break from their slump...
A Tale of Two Cabreras
Starting pitcher Daniel Cabrera got off to a rough start yesterday, but battled back to give the team a chance to win. He loaded the bases with nobody out in the first inning and again with one out in the second. The Yankees scored four runs in those two innings on four hits and four walks. He settled down after that, however, holding the Yankees scoreless on two hits over the next four innings.
Down 4-0, the Orioles got on the bo...