The outfielder, who is ranked as the Orioles' No. 23 prospect by MLB Pipeline, entered Tuesday hitting.167 in seven games with Baltimore this season.
"Everything checked out OK", manager Aaron Boone said Wednesday.
Have hit 47 home runs overall against Baltimore this season, the second-most in a single-season in franchise history against an opponent (48, Kansas City A's - 1956)...
Yankees made the runs in just eight games, and they can add more runs on Tuesday game.
NY has hit 32 home runs at Camden Yards, a single-season record for most by a visiting team in one ballpark.
Ford, a rookie, didn't need much time to realize that it doesn't take much to hit a baseball over the close-in outfield fence on a toasty night in Baltimore.
"If we were concerned with it, we would have been proactive with this", Boone said.
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Orioles starter Gabriel Ynoa, part of a staff that has yielded 223 home runs, said of facing the Yankees: "You know that if you miss your pitches, something bad may happen to you".
Yankees have been dominating Baltimore since July 2018.
The Orioles are just 13-53 in their last 66 home games when facing an opponent that has a winning record on the road.
NY starter Masahiro Tanaka gave up five runs and 10 hits in 5⅓ innings in a no-decision.
Torres was sent back to NY for evaluation - including an MRI exam - after he again experienced what was described as "core pain" following Tuesday night's 9-4 win at the Baltimore Orioles. Torres underwent an ultrasound test and was given medication to deal with an injury he described as "something weird I never felt". He started at second base Tuesday and was 0-for-2 prior to exiting.
In Cincinnati, Luis Castillo struck out a career-high 13 and the Reds scored five runs in the first inning en route to a victory over Los Angeles. Jonathan Villar drove in a run with a triple and scored on a Trey Mancini groundout. "I thought it was pathetic".