Cameron Maybin, Mike Tauchman, Aaron Judge
(AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)

The New York Yankees cruised on their way to yet another victory, 8-3, over the Baltimore Orioles on Tuesday night. 

I am running out of unique words to describe what the New York Yankees have been doing to the Baltimore Orioles this year.

The Yankees improved their record against Baltimore to 16-2, including an active 15 game win streak. They won decisively Tuesday by a score of 8-3.

Domingo German was simply fantastic. He tossed seven innings, giving up only two earned runs and fanning seven. Most importantly, he gave the Yankees length in only 93 pitches, most of which coming in low-stress situations.

German picked up his 16th win of the season.

The young righty is rapidly approaching the highest inning total of his career. Managing his workload down the stretch will be key for Aaron Boone if he wants his ace throwing his best games in October.

Following German, Adonis Rosa pitched two innings, allowing only a solo homer to Renato Nunez in his big league debut.

But once again, the Yankees offense stole the spotlight. Every starter recorded at least one hit. The Orioles did not record a single 1-2-3 inning.

DJ LeMahieu, the consensus greatest hitter of all time, opened the scoring on the first pitch the Yankees saw. He scorched a leadoff homer to left field.

In the second inning, Cameron Maybin hit a two-RBI single to drive in Gleyber Torres and Didi Gregorius.

However, the Yankees didn’t break the game open until the fourth inning.

Aaron Judge ripped a two-RBI double down the left-field line to push the score to 5-1.

Immediately after, Gio Urshela scored Judge with an RBI single.

Following that, Gary Sanchez ripped a double to bring Urshela around to score.

Mike Tauchman added one more with an RBI double in the fifth.

Urshela, Sanchez, Tauchman and Austin Romine all had multi-hit games.

Savage of the Game - Gio Urshela

I’m getting tired of saying that Gio Urshela is scorching hot. Another three-hit night for him raised his average to .336. That’s just .001 lower than batting leader DJ LeMahieu. Certainly, that qualifies him for another “Savage of the Game” award.

Lifetime ballplayer and Yankee fan. Strongly believe that the eye-test and advanced stats can be used together instead of against each other.