NEW YORK -- The last time the Orioles visited Yankee Stadium, they were outscored, 38-8, during a three-game series in June. Three months later, the Orioles had an eerie flashback.
Wade Miley retired one batter in the first inning, and in the shortest start of his major league career, the left-hander allowed six runs in the first during the Orioles' 13-5 loss to New York before 37,128 Sept. 14.
Left fielder Todd Frazier's three-run home run chased Miley and brought in right-hander Mike Wright, who gave up a three-run blast to Yankees right fielder Aaron Judge in the fourth.
Judge added another three-run shot against Richard Rodriguez in the sixth, his 43rd of the season, and 11th against the Orioles.
Miley faced seven batters before he was hooked.
"I felt really, really good going in. I don't know," Miley said. "It happened real fast. I really did, I felt really good going in. I had a good bullpen session. I thought I made some pretty decent pitches. They just jumped all over me. I tried a few different pitches. Everything I threw up there they hammered."
Miley had been pitching better recently. The six runs were the most he had allowed since giving up seven to the Chicago Cubs July 15.
"You can't go out there and lay an egg like that," Miley said. "I've got to give us a chance, and I didn't. It just hurts more, every game right now when we don't get in the win column hurts right now. A first-inning six spot doesn't help."
The Orioles dropped to 72-75. In the seven games at Yankee Stadium this season, the Yankees have outscored the Orioles, 81-35.
"We're not pitching well," manager Buck Showalter said. "We've gotten a lot of balls in places that we knew not to get them, and we got them and you pay the price for it."
The game's start was delayed for a few minutes because the stadium sound system wasn't working. The national anthem wasn't played, and there was no audio until the six-run first was nearly complete.
The Orioles did little against New York starter Masahiro Tanaka. Second baseman Jonathan Schoop hit his 32nd home run in the fourth, and left fielder Trey Mancini hit his 24th in the sixth.
Showalter began subbing out his regulars when he sent Austin Hays to center field for Adam Jones in the bottom of the sixth.
He also brought in Chance Sisco to pinch hit in the seventh, and the rookie catcher doubled for his first major league hit. Sisco homered to right in the ninth.
"It was very exciting. Definitely would like to have it in a better outcome in a game for us," Sisco said. "It's still exciting, very exciting. Something I look forward to, getting those AB's, and getting the first hit out of the way. Second at-bat, a lot more comfortable. Just going up, trying to find a good pitch to hit and put the barrel on to it."
Sisco had batted just once since his Sept. 1 recall from Triple-A Norfolk, and he hit the homer on his first visit to Yankee Stadium.
He knows the Orioles are looking more at his skills behind the plate than at his offense.
"Absolutely, I know that, too," Sisco said. "My main focus is to put up zeroes behind the plate, and if you can't do that, at least make it as clean as possible and just have fun with the at-bats, whatever comes there is a little extra right now."
NOTES: Showalter said it was possible RHP Miguel Castro will receive a start before season's end. … RHP Ubaldo Jimenez will start Sept. 17. … OF Anthony Santander will go to the Arizona Fall League. Santander has gotten just 14 at-bats since his Aug. 16 activation. … RHP Gabriel Ynoa (1-1, 4.19) will face RHP Luis Severino (12-6, 2.96) Sept. 15.