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BALTIMORE ORIOLES

Endy Chavez - RF

J.J. Hardy - SS

Nate McLouth - LF

Adam Jones - CF

Chris Davis - DH

Mark Reynolds - 1B

Manny Machado - 3B

Robert Andino - 2B

Taylor Teagarden - C

Joe Saunders - LHP (2-2, 4.30 ERA)

SEATTLE MARINERS

Dustin Ackley - 2B

Franklin Gutierrez - CF

Kyle Seager - 3B

Jesus Montero - C

Justin Smoak - 1B

Michael Saunders - LF

Miguel Olivo - DH

Casper Wells - RF

Brendan Ryan - SS

Felix Hernandez - RHP (13-8, 2.92 ERA)

http://baseballpress.com/lineup.php

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I just noticed I was on MASN for like 10 seconds in the 18th last night after a JJ strikeout. Awesome.

Heading to the game shortly.

Loved your AP photo Goob!

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Quick early question...anybody know why they didnt have a afternoon game on get-away day? but it guess it worked out since it was such a long game last night.

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Quick early question...anybody know why they didnt have a afternoon game on get-away day? but it guess it worked out since it was such a long game last night.

Seattle city ordinance prevents them from having day games on a weekday because of the location of the stadium.

Edit: they are allotted 6 weekday day games a year; anything beyond that requires the city's approval. So that's why they'll have one every once and awhile.

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Hernandez' last outing against the Orioles:

FELIX HERNANDEZ O(vs. ORIOLES, 7/03)

IP:O 5.33

H:o. 8

R:O. 4

BB:. 0

SO:. 8

Pitches: 90 (62 Strikes, 28 Ball)

http://www.baseball-reference.com/boxes/SEA/SEA201207030.shtml

Odd suggest we're going to get the "good" King Felix, tonight. In any event, I have taken a nap, and am ready for action tonight!

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Odd suggest we're going to get the "good" King Felix, tonight. In any event, I have taken a nap, and am ready for action tonight!

I think that we got the good Felix last time. He struck out 8 and walked none, he had excellent command. We just hit him good. :)

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Odd suggest we're going to get the "good" King Felix, tonight. In any event, I have taken a nap, and am ready for action tonight!

Got the colors on, the game face on and I'm well rested. Let's light this candle.

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