The game was rescheduled from Aug. 27 -- after it had been rescheduled from Aug. 22 because of rain -- and came after the same teams played a series in New York. That series ended Wednesday with a 5-4 Baltimore win in 11 innings.
New York managed just six hits -- none after the fourth inning -- Thursday as the Baltimore bullpen tossed six innings of no-hit relief. That included Clay Rapada (1-0), who collected his first win since 2008 by getting the final out in the Yankees 10th.
Scott Proctor (2-4) allowed three runs and two walks over 1 1/3 innings. Two of the singles and one walk came in the 10th.
Proctor struck out Mark Reynolds to open the 10th but Reimold singled and Chris Davis walked. Andino lined a single down the third-base line and Reimold scored easily.
New York scored three times in the second inning with Derek Jeter singling in two of the runs. Vladimir Guerrero hit a home run in the bottom of the inning but the Yankees made the score 4-1 in the third on an RBI single from Eric Chavez.
Baltimore fought back with singled runs in the fourth, sixth and eighth innings. Andino singled in Davis for the tying run in the eighth.
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