This is the October 12, 2012 news archive. View today's Orioles rumors and news.
On the night when the Yankees sat down the biggest contract in their history, the one belonging to Alex Rodriguez, they saw their season get saved by a pitcher who will eventually make more money than any Yankee pitcher ever has.Share Tweet
MLB.com Oct 12, 2012The Yankees didn't have time to savor their win over the Orioles in Friday's Game 5 of the ALDS. They were scheduled to face the Tigers the next night in the first game of the ALCS.Share Tweet
Reynolds, McLouth want to return to Orioles in '13MLB.com Oct 12, 2012When Mark Reynolds fielded questions after the Orioles' 3-1 loss to the Yankees in Game 5 on Friday night, almost every answer ended in thoughts about doing it all again next year. Nate McLouth said he'd also like to return to Baltimore in 2013.Share TweetOrioles chairman and CEO Peter Angelos made his second appearance in five days following the organization's postseason run -- which ended with Friday's 3-1 Game 5 loss -- and spoke of building on a phenomenally successful 2012.Share Tweetyahoo.com Oct 12, 2012Your browser does not support iframes. What would an Orioles-Yankees postseason series be without a dispute over whether or not a hit was a home run? We won't be able to tell you this season as Baltimore's Nate McLouth filled 2012's quota with a long fl…Share TweetWith an ALCS berth at stake, CC Sabathia was cruising until the Orioles' bats finally came alive in the eighth inning. Lew Ford delivered an RBI single before Baltimore left the bases loaded.Share Tweet
Yankee Stadium Was Rather Sparsely Populated A Few Minutes Before First PitchMaybe this is some kind of expression of solidarity on Alex Rodriguez's behalf. Or maybe Yankee fans aren't any more special and dedicated to their team than fans of any other team. I mean, I did see the wave break out three times at a Yankee game this …Share Tweet
MLB.com Has Already Penciled In The Yankees For An ALCS AppearanceMLB.com, your unbiased hub for baseball news and overzealously blacked-out telecasts of out-of-market games! Also, your home for multiple TBS ads explaining that the ALCS will begin with Tigers-Yankees in the Bronx tomorrow night. This is as good a reas…Share TweetAlex Rodriguez will be sitting on the bench tonight when the Yankees take on the Orioles in Game 5 of the ALDS. This is because A-Rod is mired in the kind of slump that 37-year-old sluggers tend to get mired in, but there are some who want to extrapolat…Share Tweet
How Players Like Suzuki Widen the Basepathsnytimes.com Oct 12, 2012By the letter of baseball's rules, Ichiro Suzuki should have been out when he went far out of the basepath twice to score a run for the Yankees in Game 3 against the Orioles.Share TweetWhat a world. It's three hours before first pitch, and everyone with an internet connection is aware of the Yankees' lineup for tonight's Game 5 against Baltimore. More »Share Tweet
Hitters key to Yankees-O's Game 5CNNSI.com Oct 12, 2012The Yankees and Orioles have played 22 games this season. Each team has won 11. Tonight one will win the season series and, more importantly, the ALDS. Cliff Corcoran previews.Share Tweet
Leading Off: Let's Play Fivenytimes.com Oct 12, 2012All four of baseball's division series required Game 5s, with the Giants and the Tigers winning theirs on Thursday.Share TweetCNNSI.com Oct 12, 2012Justin Verlander and the Tigers are ALCS-bound. The All-Star tossed a four-hitter, striking out 11, and Austin Jackson drove in two in the Tigers' 6-0 win over the A's in Game 5.Share Tweetnydailynews.com Oct 12, 2012By the eighth inning Thursday night, Ernie Johnson, Cal Ripken Jr. and John Smoltz were looking for a Game 4 hero. The game had become another exercise in attrition, another episode of a baseball reality show in the Bronx. “We’re in that territory wheShare Tweet
Yankees manager Joe Girardi carries on in honor of his father, Jerry, Thursday at the Stadium against the Baltimore Oriolesnydailynews.com Oct 12, 2012He is a tough cookie, but replete with red blood cells and salt tears like anyone else. Joe Girardi got the call about his dad’s death on Saturday, riding along the West Side Highway in the team bus to Penn Station, heading to Baltimore. He put on someShare Tweet
CC, Yankees Advance To ALCSOct 12CC Sabathia's four-hit complete game lift the Yankees past the Orioles and onto the ALCS to face the Tigers.
CC Comes Up BigOct 12Nomar Garciaparra breaks down Joe Girardi's decisions in the Yankees' 3-1 clincher over orioles.
CC After Tossing Complete GameOct 12Buster Olney catches up with CC Sabathia after he leads Yankees to 3-1 win over Orioles.
Baseball Tonight SpotlightOct 12CC Sabathia's first-career postseason complete game leads Yankees past the Orioles and onto the ALCS to face the Tigers.