The Yankees had 13 hits, two walks and got two free baserunners in extra innings and still only managed to score three runs in a 4-3 11-inning loss to the Orioles. The Yankees’ inability to drive runners in, produce productive outs and simply have good situational at-bats cost them a sweep and has now cost them two games this season: this game and Opening Day.
After the recap, former Yankees reliever Scott Proctor joined me to talk about his time with the Yankees, getting drafted by the Mets, becoming Joe Torre’s go-to guy, setting up for Mariano Rivera and being a part of some great Yankees teams that came up short in the postseason.
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