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16th straight loss to NY, 2-17 for the season, outscored 151-83.  Average margin in the 17 losses was -4.24 runs.   Sanchez' 10th HR, was another record.  Not since the 1927 Yankees (Ruth and Gehrig, 11 each), has a team had two batters with at least 10 HRs vs. one opponent.   Record 61 HRs for the year, 43 at Camden Yards (also a record).

Torres    13
Sanchez    10
Frazier    6
Maybin    4
LeMahieu    3
Romine    3
Tauchman    3
Urshela    3
Voit    3
Ford    2
Gardner    2
Gregorius    2
Higashioka    2
Judge    2
Bird    1
Estrada    1
Tulowitzki    1

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1 hour ago, TonySoprano said:

16th straight loss to NY, 2-17 for the season, outscored 151-83.  Average margin in the 17 losses was -4.24 runs.   Sanchez' 10th HR, was another record.  Not since the 1927 Yankees (Ruth and Gehrig, 11 each), has a team had two batters with at least 10 HRs vs. one opponent.   Record 61 HRs for the year, 43 at Camden Yards (also a record).

Torres    13
Sanchez    10
Frazier    6
Maybin    4
LeMahieu    3
Romine    3
Tauchman    3
Urshela    3
Voit    3
Ford    2
Gardner    2
Gregorius    2
Higashioka    2
Judge    2
Bird    1
Estrada    1
Tulowitzki    1

However, they did belong on the same field today with the Bronx Bombshells, who only hit one 3-run dinger.

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Along the way, the Yankees hit .303 against the Orioles, averaged 7.95 runs and mashed 61 home runs -- shattering the previous record for home runs against one team in a season.

Yes, it was a trouncing. Since teams started playing 19 intradivision games in 2001, this matches the best record for one team against another:

2019 Yankees vs. Orioles: 17-2
2013 Indians vs. White Sox: 17-2
2013 Rangers vs. Astros: 17-2
2006 Athletics vs. Mariners: 17-2

(In an earlier era, the 1986 Mets went 17-1 against the Pirates and the 1974 Braves went 17-1 against the Padres.)

The Yankees outscored the Orioles by 68 runs, their largest run differential against one opponent since 1956 (when they outscored the Washington Senators by 68 runs). Their total of 151 runs is the second highest for one team against an opponent in the divisional era (since 1969):

2017 Yankees vs. Orioles: 154 runs
2019 Yankees vs. Orioles: 151 runs
2002 Diamondbacks vs. Rockies: 146 runs
2016 Cubs vs. Reds: 143 runs

https://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/27388904/breaking-yankees-historic-domination-orioles

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Eh so what. The Yankees have a very deep offense and even our manager doesn't think he has a decent pitching staff.

We're a respectable 7-11 last 18 games in the Bronx. The Yankee fans finally got what they wanted. It's not like the Jays or Rays did this. (Or Tigers or Royals, in a different framework.)

Nunez, Hanser, Santander, Mancini, Severino, Villar all held their own in the series and didn't get blown out. Doff of the cap to them.

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6 hours ago, TonySoprano said:

16th straight loss to NY, 2-17 for the season, outscored 151-83.  Average margin in the 17 losses was -4.24 runs.   Sanchez' 10th HR, was another record.  Not since the 1927 Yankees (Ruth and Gehrig, 11 each), has a team had two batters with at least 10 HRs vs. one opponent.   Record 61 HRs for the year, 43 at Camden Yards (also a record).

Torres    13
Sanchez    10
Frazier    6
Maybin    4
LeMahieu    3
Romine    3
Tauchman    3
Urshela    3
Voit    3
Ford    2
Gardner    2
Gregorius    2
Higashioka    2
Judge    2
Bird    1
Estrada    1
Tulowitzki    1

Torres and Sanchez are no Ruth Gehrig.  Testament to how bad our pitching is more than anything.

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1 hour ago, LA2 said:

Eh so what. The Yankees have a very deep offense and even our manager doesn't think he has a decent pitching staff.

We're a respectable 7-11 last 18 games in the Bronx. The Yankee fans finally got what they wanted. It's not like the Jays or Rays did this. (Or Tigers or Royals, in a different framework.)

Nunez, Hanser, Santander, Mancini, Severino, Villar all held their own in the series and didn't get blown out. Doff of the cap to them.

We’re the best Yankee hitters even playing in these last 7 games?

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