Orioles finish at .500: Complete sweep of Yankees with 9-4 win
Chris Davis, fittingly, hit two homers, and the Baltimore Orioles ended their disappointing 2015 season on a high note, completing a three-game weekend sweep of the New York Yankees with a 9-4 Sunday win.
Chris Tillman (11-11, 4.99 ERA) got the win, giving up two runs on seven hits in five and a third innings. Michael Pineda (12-10, 4.37 ERA) took the loss for the Yankees (87-75), who host Houston (68-76) in the American League wild-card game on Tuesday night.
Davis hit his 46th and 47th homers of the season to clinch the AL home run title. His four RBIs on Sunday gave him 117 for the season, good for second in the league (Josh Donaldson, Toronto, 123).
With the win, Baltimore finished the 2015 season at 81-81. The Orioles won their final four games of the season to end with the .500 mark.