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Orioles run past Yankees early, withstand rally in ninth for first win, 5-3 in New York

Orioles run past Yankees early, withstand rally in ninth for first win, 5-3 in New York

Orioles manager Brandon Hyde had visions of his team being aggressive on the bases, not because of the roster of runners assembled but because that might be the easiest way for his team to consistently score without the power of years past.

That philosophy began to manifest itself in a unique way in the sixth inning — with an extra base taken by plodding catcher Jesús Sucre — that put the Orioles ahead for the first time this season. That propelled them to a tense 5-3 win over the New York Yankees before an announced 42,203 fans at Yankee Stadium.

“As you see, we're not hitting a ton of homers, so it's going to be what we do on the bases,” said Hyde, who earned his...

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