After Bedard leaves, O's lose lead, game to Yanks

Yankees 6 Orioles 3

August 16, 2006|By JEFF ZREBIEC | JEFF ZREBIEC,SUN REPORTER

New York -- The Orioles held a two-run seventh-inning lead against the New York Yankees last night, though everyone in the visiting dugout knew that they needed more runs, especially with the game in the shaky hands of their bullpen.

Given a chance to add to the lead in the top of the seventh, Miguel Tejada was unable to bring home an insurance run, his fly ball too shallow to score Ramon Hernandez from third. Tejada screamed to himself on his way back to the dugout and once there, he threw equipment and slammed his hand on top of the water cooler, creating an audible thud. It was like Tejada knew what was coming next.

Orioles@Yankees Tonight, 7:05, Comcast SportsNet, 1090 AM Starters: Orioles' Adam Loewen (2-4, 6.41) vs. Yankees' Cory Lidle (1-1, 3.60)

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