Rapid Reaction: Orioles 3, Yankees 2 (10)

BALTIMORE -- Adam Warren gave up a run in the 10th inning, after the New York Yankees' putrid offense produced nothing besides two solo homers, dropping the Yanks (46-46) five games behind the first-place Baltimore Orioles.

Macho men: Manny Machado laced a double into the right-field corner off Warren to begin the 10th inning. An out later, Nick Hundley nailed a single to center field to give the Orioles the win.

Hiro effort: Hiroki Kuroda pitched well, going seven innings and allowing just two runs on three hits. He struck out three and walked none. He did throw three wild pitches, including a couple of costly ones. He also hit two batters. He left with the score tied at 2.

Welcome home: Brian Roberts was the face of the Orioles for many years. When he stepped to the plate for the first time here in the second inning, the reaction was nothing special, or especially bad. Maybe that was because there was a fair amount of Yankees fans here.

Anyway, on the first pitch Roberts faced here as an opponent, he pulled a ball over the 21-foot right-field wall to give the Yankees a 1-0 lead. It was his fifth home run on the year. (Robinson Cano has six.)

Dellin being Dellin: Pitching scoreless eighth and ninth innings, Dellin Betances struck out three.

Kelly clubs one: Kelly Johnson, the DH, batting ninth, hit his sixth home run of the season. That gave the Yankees a 2-0 lead after three innings.

Wild fourth: The Orioles tied the game in the fourth inning, putting up two runs with the help of the Yankees. Kuroda hit Steve Pearce to begin the inning. Next, Adam Jones bounced a ball up the middle. The Yanks might not have turned two on the play, but they surely would have picked up a forceout at second base had Derek Jeter fielded it cleanly. But the ball bounded off Jeter's glove.

A generous official scorer ruled it a hit, and the Orioles had runners on the corners with no outs. A wild pitch brought home Pearce. Then another wild pitch moved Jones to third base, and he scored on a Chris Davis sacrifice fly.

Not every day: Kuroda is the first Yankee to have three or more wild pitches and hit two or more batters in the past 100 years, according to ESPN Stats & Info's Katie Sharp.

Attendance: In the Yankees' first appearance at Camden Yards this season, it was a sellout. There were 45,389 fans on hand.

On deck: The Yanks and Orioles do it again at 4 p.m. on Saturday. Shane Greene will start for New York. Chris Tillman is expected to go for Baltimore, but manager Buck Showalter has not made that official.