When the New York Yankees took the field at Camden Yards on Tuesday night for the first time this season, this question hung like a fat curveball.
Were the Orioles catching the struggling Yanks at just the right time or was it the other way around?
Time obviously will tell, but there's no question both teams have been reeling. The Yankees arrived at the final stop on three-city road trip on a five-game skid, their 8-15 start the franchise's worst since 1984. The Orioles had lost five of their last eight before Tuesday night's 4-1 victory but, more importantly, they lost a key player in each of the previous two games.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi, speaking...