Nobody scores in 10th, so we're heading to the 11th

Boy, that turned around in a hurry.

First you think the Orioles are actually going to win, since Jim Johnson's pitching and he almost never blows a save and one of the guys he gets to face is Alex Rodriguez.

Except he faced Raul Ibañez instead of Alex Rodriguez, and Ibañez tied the game with a solo homer.

That was in the ninth.

In the top of the 10th, the score tied 1-1, Robert Andino singled against Yankees closer Rafael Soriano. Buck Showalter isn't a huge fan of the sacrifice bunt, but he ordered Manny Machado to bunt and he did, pushing Andino into scoring position.

One out, runner on second base. Which looked pretty good until Nate McLouth hit a line drive right at shortstop Jayson Nix -- in the game since the ninth, when Derek Jeter left with a leg injury -- who stepped on second base to double off Andino, who wasn't even on the TV screen.

In the bottom of the 10th, Johnson disposed of the Yankees in order.

So on we go to the 11th, with David Robertson taking over from Soriano on the mound.

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