- Associated Press - Thursday, September 14, 2017

NEW YORK (AP) - The silent treatment worked for the New York Yankees.

Yankee Stadium’s sound system failed before New York took the field against the Baltimore Orioles on Thursday night.

New York took a 6-0 lead before audio was restored at the end of the top of the second.


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There was no introduction of players or national anthem, and a pregame tribute to the late Gene Michael was scrapped. Players hit without their walk-up music.

It did not hurt the Yankees. Six of New York’s first seven batters reached against Wade Miley as the Yankees knocked out Wade Miley after one-third of an inning.



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