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Hard to say the Yanks are a Goliath vs. O'sThe New York Yankees and the Baltimore Orioles were 9-9 in the 2012 regular season. It is difficult to see from those numbers which team is the obvious Goliath, which is the natural David.Upvote Share Tweet
Chen, Gonzo tabbed to face Yanks in Games 2, 3The Orioles will tab rookie starters Wei-Yin Chen and Miguel Gonzalez to start in Games 2 and 3, respectively, in the American League Division Series against the New York Yankees.Upvote Share Tweet
Hammel healthy and ready for Game 1 startJason Hammel will make his first start in nearly a month on Sunday, as the Orioles will call on the right-hander for Game 1 of their American League Division Series clash against the Yankees in Baltimore.Upvote Share TweetDuring the Orioles' 14 straight seasons of missing the playoffs, their opponents in the A.L. division series, the Yankees, made it 13 times and won 18 postseason series.Upvote Share Tweet
Yankees vs. Orioles ALDS: Derek Jeter enters another postseason on top of the world, and his gamenydailynews.com Oct 6, 2012A prominent member of the Yankees organization recently was sizing up the 2012 season, addressing a point about Derek Jeter’s day-to-day brilliance that he thought would be best made anonymously.Upvote Share Tweet
Yankees vs. Orioles ALDS: The window of opportunity is closing for Yankees, who need Robinson Cano to be the man now and in thenydailynews.com Oct 6, 2012At 29, Robinson Cano is not only the Yankees’ “man” now, he’s also their “man” of the future. With A-Rod and Derek Jeter both in their late 30s, and Nick Swisher likely to be gone as a free agent this winter, the window of opportunity is rapidUpvote Share Tweet
Orioles-Yankees can't be viewed as mismatchThe central issue here becomes not whether this is an improbable meeting. The central issue is that there is reason to expect that Orioles vs. Yankees should be a terrific Division Series.Upvote Share TweetJoe Saunders pitched effectively into the sixth inning, Adam Jones hit a tiebreaking sacrifice fly, and the Baltimore Orioles beat the two-time defending AL champion Texas Rangers 5-1 in the wild-card game playoff Friday night.Upvote Share Tweet