The Yankees went up two runs in the fourth inning, but allowed a late score in the eighth inning and tied 5-5 with the Baltimore Orioles during a split-squad game Sunday. >> Box score
5 things to know from Sunday's game...
1) Yankees' 2017 first-round pick Clarke Schmidt got the start, allowing one earned run on four hits and striking out two batters over 2.0 innings of work. The Orioles scored three runs in the first inning, as Chris Davis drove in Austin Hays on a line-drive single to center field. Hays struck out swinging to start the game, but reached first base after a passed ball by Yankees catcher Kyle Higashioka.
2) The Yankees scored three runs in the top of the second inning as Estevan Florial doubled on a line drive to right field, scoring Higashioka and making the score 3-1 Orioles. Trey Amburgey then drove in Rosell Herrera from third on a sacrifice fly to right field, and Thomas Milone doubled to left field as Florial would score to make it 3-3.
3) Milone hit his first home run of spring training in the fourth inning on a two-run blast to right field, giving the Yankees a 5-3 lead. He finished the game 3 for 3 with three RBI and a run scored.
4) Higashioka got the start at catcher as Gary Sanchez was out with back soreness, and went 1 for 3 at the plate with a run scored and a strikeout.
5) DJ LeMahieu, Luke Voit, and Gleyber Torres went a combined 1 for 11 from the plate with two strikeouts, as Voit was the only one to get a hit.
The Yankees travel to Clearwater, Fla., on Monday to take on the Philadelphia Phillies at 1:05 p.m. J.A. Happ gets the start for the Yanks, and will face off against the Phillies' Aaron Nola.