New York Yankees Game against Baltimore Orioles is highly predictable. Yankees have been tough to Orioles, especially in their home ground. The same trend was replicated on Sunday night game at Camden Yards. Yankees emerged victorious against Baltimore with 9-6. This set their record to thirteen straight wins in Baltimore.
Jonathan Villar became the fifth Orioles to hit the cycle. He tripled in the third inning, doubled in the fifth, homered in the sixth and dumped a single into right field off Aroldis Chapman in the ninth.
Villar seemed like he had no interest in heading to second base but later agreed that he had no idea he had completed the cycle.
Mike Tauchman made his first time multihomer, he drove into an empty base in the sixth inning and a single shot off Paul Fry in the eighth.
New York now holds the record of the team with most runs by a visiting team in one ballpark. Milwaukee Braves initially owned the record with 29 runs at Cincinnati Crosley Field. Yankees has 32 runs at Camden Yards.
Yankees made the runs in just eight games, and they can add more runs on Tuesday game.
The Yankees did it in only eight games, and they can add to the record on Tuesday and Wednesday against a woeful pitching staff that has yielded the most home runs in the majors.
Yankees have been dominating Baltimore since July 2018. They have won all 13 games in a row; this is the longest road winning streak against a single team.