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After beating the Baltimore Orioles on Monday, the New York Yankees managed to score just once in the final two matches of a three-game series.
Tuesday’s game started quite well for the Yankees, as Curtis Granderson’s first-inning homer gave New York a 1-0 lead. However, that was the last time the Yankees would manage to plate anyone against Baltimore’s pitching. Meanwshile, the Orioles scored once in the second and twice in the third, then broke the game open with a three-run sixth. Baltimore starter Brian Matusz pitched 6.1 strong innings for his first win of the year.
Wednesday night’s game was similarly lopsided: Baltimore’s Jake Arrieta blanked the Yankees for eight innings, and home runs from Nick Markakis and Matt Wieters gave the Orioles a 5-0 win.
The Yankees traveled to Kansas City the next night to face the reeling Royals and found themselves on the wrong side of a 4-3 score. Left-hander Danny Duffy held New York to just two runs in 5.1 innings; right-hander David Phelps, making his first Major League start for the Yankees, lasted just four innings and gave up four runs. New York batters did come up with 13 hits in the game, four of which came off the bat of Derek Jeter. The captain reached a milestone with his 500th career double.
The big news for the Yankees, though, happened before Thursday’s loss. Closer Mariano Rivera suffered an ACL tear in his right knee while shagging fly balls during batting practice. The serious injury means he will certainly miss the rest of the 2012 season. Indeed, it is quite possible that the 42-year-old right-hander has thrown his last pitch for the Yankees. If so, he will finish with a Major League-record 608 saves.
Rivera will undoubtedly go to the Baseball Hall of Fame, but this catastrophic injury would be a terrible ending for one of the sport’s most distinguished careers.