Monday night at Camden Yards everyone played a pivotal role in what was then their renaissance season when the Baltimore Orioles opened a four-game series against the New York Yankees with a 4-2 win. Harvey held the Yankees for a run in six innings, his longest outing with Baltimore. Mullins supported him early on by sending Yankees starter Deivi García second place to Eutaw Street and adding a solo shot in seventh for his first career two-homer game.
Harvey’s stuff, admittedly, wasn’t what got him up almost a decade ago, but he opened the game by looking at DJ LeMahieu and getting Aaron Judge to double-check after a walk with Giancarlo Stanton. Harvey took a 2-0 lead in the second inning when Freddy Galvis doubled a run home.
After a goalless seventh from Travis Lakins Sr., Tanner Scott walked over the laden bases while recording two outs in the eighth. César Valdez scored a four-out save and worked on a clean ninth inning.