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Blue Jays , which has been most of the season, they have been able to count on the Baltimore Orioles for a little relief.The Blue Jays will try to make it 11 wins in 12 games this season against the woeful Orioles when the teams meet in the second game of a three-game series Tuesday night.Behind two home runs by Kendrys Morales, the Blue Jays defeated the Orioles 5-3 on Monday night in the series opener and are 8-0 against Baltimore this season at the Rogers Centre.Article continues below ...It was an ideal scenario for Morales, who has trouble with breaking pitches. Orioles starter Andrew Cashner was having trouble with his offspeed stuff and Morales is a fastball hitter, and that’s what the Baltimore right-hander had to throw.The Blue Jays have five more wins against the Orioles than they have against any other team.“It’s been a lot of close games,” Orioles manager Buck Showalter said. “It’s a small separator like today where we weren’t able to do some of the things we did in the past to get that hump.”The Orioles will start right-hander Dylan Bundy (7-11, 4.99 ERA) on Tuesday and the Blue Jays will counter with right-hander Sam Gaviglio (2-6, 5.13).Bundy is 0-1 with a 5.25 ERA in two starts against the Blue Jays this season. He is 3-1 with a 2.27 ERA in nine career games (five starts) against them.Gaviglio, who will be seeking his first win since May 25, has faced the Orioles once in his career and is 0-0 with a 4.70 ERA. He pitched 7 2/3 innings against the Orioles on July 20. In his 15 straight winless starts, Gaviglio is 0-6 with a 5.75 ERA. The team is 5-10 in those games.Both teams made roster moves before the game Monday.Blue Jays catcher Luke Maile was reinstated from the paternity list and right-hander Sean Reid-Foley was returned to Triple-A Buffalo on option.Even with Maile back, recent callup Danny Jansen started behind the plate for the sixth time with regular catcher Russell Martin playing third base.Jansen had a double and is the third Blue Jays player to have at least one hit in his first six major-league games. Martin walked and has reached base safely in 17 straight games.The demotion of Reid-Foley, who was 0-2 with an 8.68 ERA in two starts with Toronto, suggests that right-hander Aaron Sanchez is close to being reinstated from the disabled list (right middle-finger contusion).Sanchez pitched for the Double-A New Hampshire Fisher Cats on Monday night on his rehabilitation assignment.“A lot will depend on how Sanchez does tonight,” Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said before the game Monday. “If he’s good, goes out there and feels fine Cameron Maybin Jersey , throws a pretty good number of pitches, then he should be good to go. But we won’t know that until afterwards.”Sanchez took the loss, allowing four runs (three earned), six hits and four walks while striking out four in 4 1/3 innings. He continued to have trouble throwing strikes, with only 42 in 86 pitches. He also hit a batter.If Sanchez is considered ready, he would pitch Saturday against the Philadelphia Phillies.Reid-Foley should return to the Blue Jays in September, if not earlier.“I think it has been a good experience for him,” Gibbons said. “He didn’t necessarily have the results he wanted, but I did see some good things. I think it was a good experience pitching at Yankee Stadium. It’s different, there’s no doubt about that. He got hit around a time or two, but he also had some success against certain guys and basically figuring out what works.”The Orioles reinstated center fielder Adam Jones from the bereavement list, placed outfielder Mark Trumbo on the 10-day disabled list (right knee inflammation) and recalled outfielder John Andreoli from Triple-A Norfolk. Jones was 0-for-3 with walk. NEW YORK (AP) — Through the first 14 innings of their homestand, the New York Yankees had five errors and four hits. A restless crowd was booing the team in pinstripes on a 96-degree night.Then all of a sudden, the Bronx Bombers snapped out of it in a big way.Pinch-hitter Neil Walker connected for a solo home run in the bottom of the ninth inning, and New York rallied from a four-run deficit to defeat the Chicago White Sox 5-4 on Tuesday.“It’s not easy for us right now,” Yankees manager Aaron Boone said. “We’re kind of grinding through some things. It’s a tough stretch. But these guys continue to find a way.”Aaron Hicks hit a tying homer in the eighth and rookie Miguel Andujar also had a two-run shot to help the injury-depleted Yankees win for the ninth time in 11 games. With the second-best record in the majors (84-48) Lewis Brinson Jersey , they remained 6½ games behind first-place Boston in the AL East.Walker batted for Ronald Torreyes with one out and launched the first pitch he saw from Dylan Covey (4-12) way over the right-center wall for his first career pinch-hit homer and second game-ending drive. As he neared home plate, Walker tossed his helmet high in the air and was swarmed by happy teammates.“As a pinch-hitter, you try to assume that the first pitch you see is going to be the best pitch you see. You try to be aggressive, just try to be on time,” explained Walker, who acknowledged the Yankees are tired. “That’s obviously as much as you can ask for tonight.”With the Yankees down by two, Giancarlo Stanton singled leading off the eighth to stop an 0-for-14 slide. Hicks drove a full-count pitch from Juan Minaya to right and shouted toward the Yankees’ dugout as he trotted to first.“Just a big relief,” Brett Gardner said. “A lot of excitement.”Dellin Betances (4-3) struck out two in a perfect ninth.New York was blanked on one hit by James Shields over the first five innings. Gardner began the comeback with a leadoff triple in the sixth , and Andujar connected for his 22nd homer two outs later.Shields left leading 4-2 with two on in the sixth. He remained 5-15 overall, tied with Baltimore right-hander Alex Cobb for the most losses in the majors.“Pretty good outing overall,” Shields said. “Unfortunately, my record is not really showing how I’ve pitched this year. Sometimes that happens. … Overall, I’m really pleased with my season.”Flashing signs of improvement, the young, rebuilding White Sox had won four straight and 10 of 13.“We’ve been playing really good baseball,” Shields said. “That’s a game we can’t let go right there. That’s a learning process for these guys , and situational pitching is very important in this game. We have to do a better job of that.”Chicago chased Yankees starter Lance Lynn with consecutive two-out singles in the sixth. Yolmer Sanchez greeted Jonathan Holder with an RBI single, and Nicky Delmonico made it 4-0 when he plopped a two-run single into left field.Delmonico scored easily from first base in the fifth when Gardner bobbled Avisail Garcia’s RBI double in left.WHAT’S IN A NAME?Fittingly, Walker’s home run was the 80th walk-off homer in the majors this season. That matched the record set in 2004, according to Major League Baseball. “He’s just a true pro,” Gardner said.MILESTONE MANThe 36-year-old Shields threw 98 pitches in the heat but hasn’t won on the road since opening day at Kansas City. It was his 400th career start. “I’m pretty proud of that,” he said. “Pretty special.”TRAINER’S ROOMWhite Sox: SS Tim Anderson tripped over an oncoming Delmonico on Greg Bird’s eighth-inning popup, but held onto the ball. Anderson exited with a bruised left ankle and is day to day. “I’m assuming he’ll be fine,” manager Rick Renteria said. Anderson was replaced in the ninth by Jose Rondon.Yankees: RF Aaron Judge said his broken right wrist remains sore to the touch and he still hasn’t started swinging a bat. “It’s getting better every couple of days,” he said. “They told me I can play before it completely heals.” The slugger was injured July 26. “It takes about six weeks for something like this to fully heal,” Judge said. “I’m not that close yet. I’ll wake up one of these days and feel good. I’m just waiting for that day.” … C Gary Sanchez (strained right groin) was the DH in his second rehab game with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. He has homered in both games. … SS Didi Gregorius (bruised left heel) took grounders hit right at him and could begin running Wednesday. It remains to be seen whether he’ll need a minor league rehab assignment before coming off the DL. … All-Star closer Aroldis Chapman (left knee tendinitis) was scheduled to receive a second platelet-rich plasma injection Tuesday, according to Boone.UP NEXTWhite Sox: RHP Reynaldo Lopez (4-9, 4.66 ERA) makes his first start at Yankee Stadium in the series finale Wednesday night. Lopez is 0-4 with a 6.70 ERA in his last nine outings, getting a no-decision in each of the past five. But he pitched well Aug. 7 against New York, permitting one run in seven innings.Yankees: CC Sabathia (7-4, 3.30) seeks his 245th career win. The 38-year-old lefty returned from the disabled list last Friday in Baltimore and allowed two earned runs with eight strikeouts over six innings. He racked up 12 strikeouts over 5 2/3 innings in a strong outing Aug. 7 against the White Sox.

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