The Orioles said that their 6-5 loss in 10 innings to the New York Yankees on Thursday in a game that they led by five runs wouldn't linger. However, I certainly haven't seen all that much energy in the two games since. Perhaps, it's purely coincidental. Perhaps, they just look flat because the team that they are playing is clicking on all cylinders right now. Perhaps, it's because their starters are giving up too many early runs and not getting deep in the game, and some of their top hitters are carrying slumps. Either way, I just haven't seen much energy and spark from the Orioles over the last two days. Even on Wednesday in New York when Chris Tillman put them in a six-run hole, they clawed back and ultimately made the Yankees bring in their closer, Mariano Rivera, in a save situation. I just haven't sensed that same urgency here.