NEW YORK (AP) — The Baltimore Orioles quickly fell behind, had their starting pitcher go out with an injury after three innings and looked lost against Phil Hughes. The finale of the first key September series for the Orioles in 15 years was not going well.
Didn’t matter one bit to Mark Reynolds and his teammates.
Reynolds hit a three-run shot in the sixth inning for his second two-homer game of the weekend series and the Orioles closed in on the AL East-leading New York Yankees with an 8-3 victory Sunday.
“You look at a lot of young guys in here — they don’t even know they’re in the middle of a playoff race probably,” Reynolds said. “Everyone in here’s having fun, going out and playing hard.”
Randy Wolf (1-0) made his first appearance for Baltimore when starter Chris Tillman left with right elbow stiffness after the third inning. He…
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