Where did the O go against the O's?

Bombers' bats disappear as 3-4-5 hitters look positively lost in the Bronx

Updated: May 3, 2012, 2:25 AM ET
By Andrew Marchand | ESPNNewYork.com

NEW YORK -- The good news was the New York Yankees had no trouble hitting with runners in scoring position on Wednesday. The bad news was they had no runners in scoring position.

So it went as the Baltimore Orioles' Jake Arrieta dominated the Yankees in a 5-0 shutout on a cold, wet night in the Bronx.

A Yankee did bat with a runner on first base 10 times, and each time was a failure. Over three days, the Yankees saw the Orioles' pitchers dominate their offense, taking two of ...

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