Ramón Urías, key in Orioles victory over Yankees

The series between baltimore orioles (4-3) and the New York yankees (4-3) started a day later due to inclement weather on the East Coast of the United States.

That didn’t stop the Orioles asserted the locality with a good performance by infielder Ramón Urías and beat the New Yorkers 7-6. The Mexican had two hits, drove in a run and achieved a key double play for the Orioles to beat the Yankees.

The first turn at bat of the game for Urías ended in a passport to initial by starter Clarke Schmidt. On the third roll, the Yankee pitcher got the better of the Yankee pitcher and struck him out with a combination of sweepers and curveballs.

The one from Magdalena de KinopeHe doubled to right field in the sixth roll, but stayed in scoring position after a liner by Adam Frazier that ended up in Aaron Judge’s glove.

With the match tied at five runs per side in the seventh chapter, the Sonoran added his second extra-base hit and propelled Ryan Mountcastle to the cash register for the Orioles to take the lead. The Baltimore third baseman scored the final run after a wild pitch by Jimmy Cordero.

Urías not only shone on offense but also wowed fans at Oriole Park at Camden Yards with his mitt work in the first home game of the 2023 Major League Baseball season. The Mexican started a double play in the bottom of the eighth inning by catching a grounder from José Treviño and eliminating Gleyber Torres at third base and the Yankees catcher at first base.

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Who was the winning pitcher for the Yankees vs. Orioles?

The winning pitcher was Cuban Cionel Pérez. The reliever took the mound for the sixth roll and allowed just one run after giving up three hits. The save went to the Dominican Felix Bautista.

The defeat was awarded to Ron Marinnaciowho blew the save when Adley Rutschman tied the game with a single to left field.

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