Kyle Gibson, surging Orioles shut down Yankees

Kyle Gibson allowed two singles and withstood four walks in seven scoreless innings as the surging Baltimore Orioles defeated the host New York Yankees 3-1 on Thursday night.Anthony Santander hit an RBI single and Austin Hays added a two-run double as the Orioles won the three-game series, evened the season series at three games apiece and won for the 11th time in 15 games since a three-game losing streak May 6-8.Gibson (6-3) won his second start after allowing 12 runs in 17 2/3 innings during a three-game losing streak May 3-14 in games Baltimore was blanked in against Kansas City, Tampa Bay and Pittsburgh, respectively.Gibson allowed a leadoff single to Gleyber Torres in the first and then got Anthony Rizzo on a double play started by second baseman Adam Frazier. He issued consecutive two-out walks to Harrison Bader and Willie Calhoun in the fourth before getting rookie Anthony Volpe on a groundout.He allowed his other hit when Calhoun opened the seventh with a single. After striking out Volpe, Oswaldo Cabrera hit into a double play that was upheld via replay review.Mike Baumann struck out two in a perfect eighth and Yennier Cano converted his fourth save in as many chances after walking Aaron Judge to start the ninth and allowing Calhoun’s RBI double.New York’s Clarke Schmidt (2-5) matched Gibson until the fifth and allowed one run on five hits in five innings. Schmidt struck out four and walked two.