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Orioles offense sputters, gets shut out for first time in 2-0 loss

A putrid showing from the Orioles offense wasted a nice outing from ace Corbin Burnes and the team’s bullpen on Wednesday night at Camden Yards. The O’s had maybe one real shot at scoring runs but ultimately came up empty in the 2-0 loss to the visiting Yankees, their first shutout loss of the season.

Burnes came out hot, pitching like the ace that he is. Five of his first six outs were recorded via the strikeout, and he successfully avoided first-inning struggles. The Yankees started to put the ball in play more frequently as the game wore on and eventually broke through for their only runs against Burnes, a two-run homer from Oswaldo Cabrera in the fifth inning.