Darren O'Day just keeps mowing down Yankees, still 1-1 in 11th

Darren O'Day is a really good baseball pitcher.

If the Orioles somehow wind up winning this baseball game, O'Day might rank as the Number 1 Star.

In the bottom of the eighth, O'Day came into the game and retired Alex Rodriguez and Nick Swisher with two runners aboard.

In the bottom of the ninth, he retired the Yankees in order ... including, it should be mentioned at least once in flashing lights and blaring klaxons, Raul Ibanez.

In the bottom of the 10th, he got Derek Jeter and Ichiro Suzuki and, after walking Mark Texeira, Robinson Canó. Actually struck out Canó with one of his patented upshoot fastballs.

And now we're in the 11th inning, everyone still just looking for the single run that would either keep the series going for one more day, or end it in a flash of drama.

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