Anthony Santander left the New York Yankees on the field

The strength and timely hitting of the Venezuelans was key for the Orioles to come back at home and beat the New York Yankees 9-6.

The give and take that was installed in Oriole Park was finally decided with a three-run home run by Venezuelan Anthony Santander, the portal refers Leader.

But before the Venezuelans had set the pace of the game. First, the Creole mask Robinson Chirinos took the ball through left field in the second inning, before the shipments of starter Jordan Montgomery, which allowed the Orioles to equalize the actions 2-2 with that shot, Chirinos’ 92 in his 12 year career.

With a single by Jorge Mateo, in the third inning, the birds went up 3-2.

But the Yankees responded immediately. They tied it on Giancarlo Stanton’s solo homer in the fourth inning and turned the scoreboard two innings later on Isiah Kiner-Falefa’s single.

Baltimore mounted an ambush in the bottom of the sixth and put together a three-run rally that was justly capped by Rougned Odor with a line drive to the right. The Orioles then went ahead 6-5.

The inspired Bronx Bombers made one last comeback attempt and tied it again in ninth on a single by DJ LeMahieu.

It seemed like the never-ending story, until Santander appeared.

The man from Margarita took the ball from left-hander Lucas Luetge and added three lines to the locals’ tally to end the match.

Santander finished almost perfect 4-3 with three RBIs, Chirinos went 4-1 and Odor —who entered as a pinch hitter— closed 2-1.

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Combined, the Venezuelans drove in six of Baltimore’s nine runs.


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