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Moshagge3

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  1. MLB Oldest player has died - Silent Captain

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_oldest_living_Major_League_Baseball_players Looking down this list, the first guy with an Orioles connection is Wally Westlake, who played on the 1955 Orioles. Eddie Robinson is the oldest living coach and he coached the Orioles from 1958-1960.
  2. Right Now, I Hate Baseball.

    I don't totally understand why baseball won't play the World Series on Saturday and Sunday afternoon. I assume that it has to do with not wanting to compete with the NFL and college football, but there's still Sunday Night Football and a lot of the premiere college matchups are in prime time as well, so what's the difference?
  3. 2017 Playoffs Thread

    Well, typically when a guy has bad career numbers in a particular park, it's either because the other team's hitters are a bad matchup for him or his game doesn't work for the park's dimensions. Yankees' current lineup is significantly different from the NYY lineups Santana has faced most of his career and the dimensions haven't been a factor so far. His pitching tonight wouldn't work against any team, in any park.
  4. 2017 Playoffs Thread

    Can't blame the short porch for the Didi HR, that's out by plenty in any park.
  5. 2017 Playoffs Thread

    That strikeout sound effect they have is as bad as the sound of a dentist's drill.
  6. 2017 Playoffs Thread

    Beer vendors have got to love this pace.
  7. vs. YANKEES, 9/07

    ERA was back up to 5 until the strikeout. What side of 5.00 will it end up on today?
  8. Austin Hays

    Yup, he was redundant when Craig Gentry was healthy, now redundant again with expanded rosters.
  9. My kingdom for the Joe Angel HR call

    Really? I was listening with the sound on mute so as not to wake up my wife (heard the Gary call after rewinding the DVR) so I didn't immediately hear how it sounded off the bat, but based on the full extension Manny got and the fact that it's center-left field at Camden Yards, I was thinking HR immediately. Anyway, thanks for finding it.
  10. I'm tired as hell today, but staying up was 100% worth it. BUT the Gary Thorne call was highly unsatisfactory. I could tell that ball was crushed but Gary called it like a routine fly out until the last second. Now, it was way too late to listen to the post-game highlights on the radio. I thought maybe MLB.com would make it one of those "Must C" highlights that includes both the TV call and the radio call, but no such luck. (The Red Sox walkoff on a bloop hit is Must C, because, you know, Boston.) I am dying to know how Joe Angel called it. Does anybody know where I can find it without an MLB.TV subscription or happen to have it and can upload it?
  11. vs. YANKEES, 9/05

    HOLY CRAP THAT JUST HAPPENED
  12. vs. YANKEES, 9/05

    Off the end of the bat.
  13. vs. YANKEES, 9/05

    LOL, Josh Donaldson gets ejected in the 18th and the only bench player left is the backup catcher. Defensive alignment in the bottom of the inning should be interesting.
  14. vs. YANKEES, 9/05

    Zowie, this ump is bad.
  15. vs. YANKEES, 9/05

    Hey, Rickard drew that walk during that inning where the ump forgot how to call strikes.
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