The Yankees’ train back to New York reportedly lost power in Aberdeen, forcing them to continue the trip home by bus.
“We got into the hotel at about 9 a.m. this morning,” Showalter said. “We got about a half hour out of Baltimore the way I understand it, the train ahead of us, I don’t know if it was the Yankees, lost power to the line. Finally, we just got on the buses and we had about a 2 1/2 –hour bus ride from there to the hotel in New York.”
Showalter, who said the bus ride reminded him of his minor league days, said the Orioles took it in stride.
“We’re in a nice hotel,” Showalter said. “Everybody’s going to get their sleep and it’s not an excuse. The guys have fun with it. It’s a club that doesn’t take itself too seriously. They understand the meaning of life and they understand things like that happen. We got off the bus and
Showalter mum on remaining rotation
Showalter wouldn’t reveal his starting pitchers for Game 4 and a possible decisive Game 5 in New York, saying only that right-hander
“You know the options we have,” Showalter said. “A lot will depend on what happens [Wednesday] night. We’re going to take each game as it comes and try to win that game and stay in that game in those nine innings or however many innings it is and when the smoke clears, we’ll look at what our option is and how it presents itself.”
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