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Buck needs to post Dyson's comments in the locker room not that they need any special fodder to fuel off to win the series. Dyson was asked if he thinks the series will return to Baltimore and he said no and doesn't think the Orioles do either. KC people were not happy to hear he gave that quote.

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Buck needs to post Dyson's comments in the locker room not that they need any special fodder to fuel off to win the series. Dyson was asked if he thinks the series will return to Baltimore and he said no and doesn't think the Orioles do either. KC people were not happy to hear he gave that quote.

What shred of evidence have any of us seen that would indicate he is wrong? Seriously? Unless you score 10 runs on one of their starters, what chance do you have? They roll out one cyborg after another from the pen. Their 9 hitter is better than most teams' 5 hitter. Nothing but speed all over the place. They decide they need to score in an inning and like magic, they score. We have not had the lead once. How many innings have we gotten them 1-2-3? One inning? They have zero injured players.

I love our guys and I am so appreciative of the season they had, but I have never seen an opponent where I literally feel powerless watching.

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Was just about to post this. This is the kind of thing this team will feed off. I am personally very happy to see Dyson made these comments publicly. Now the pressure is squarely on the Royals.

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What shred of evidence have any of us seen that would indicate he is wrong? Seriously? Unless you score 10 runs on one of their starters, what chance do you have? They roll out one cyborg after another from the pen. Their 9 hitter is better than most teams' 5 hitter. Nothing but speed all over the place. They decide they need to score in an inning and like magic, they score. We have not had the lead once. How many innings have we gotten them 1-2-3? One inning? They have zero injured players.

I love our guys and I am so appreciative of the season they had, but I have never seen an opponent where I literally feel powerless watching.

I feel the same.. they have an answer for every situation they're in.

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I can't say he's wrong. They look totally motivated, and we look listless. I have no idea where our fire went. I can't even watch anymore, because I really think I make puke.

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What shred of evidence have any of us seen that would indicate he is wrong? Seriously? Unless you score 10 runs on one of their starters, what chance do you have? They roll out one cyborg after another from the pen. Their 9 hitter is better than most teams' 5 hitter. Nothing but speed all over the place. They decide they need to score in an inning and like magic, they score. We have not had the lead once. How many innings have we gotten them 1-2-3? One inning? They have zero injured players.

I love our guys and I am so appreciative of the season they had, but I have never seen an opponent where I literally feel powerless watching.

Our failure to execute with runners in the scoring position is the reason they haven't lost a lead....no othereason.

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Was just about to post this. This is the kind of thing this team will feed off. I am personally very happy to see Dyson made these comments publicly. Now the pressure is squarely on the Royals.

Pressure? Do they feel pressure? Normal humans feel pressure....not sure about this bunch.

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Our failure to execute with runners in the scoring position is the reason they haven't lost a lead....no othereason.

Wouldn't matter against normal pitchers, as we would still find a way to get it done. They don't bring out normal pitchers.

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What shred of evidence have any of us seen that would indicate he is wrong? Seriously? Unless you score 10 runs on one of their starters, what chance do you have? They roll out one cyborg after another from the pen. Their 9 hitter is better than most teams' 5 hitter. Nothing but speed all over the place. They decide they need to score in an inning and like magic, they score. We have not had the lead once. How many innings have we gotten them 1-2-3? One inning? They have zero injured players.

I love our guys and I am so appreciative of the season they had, but I have never seen an opponent where I literally feel powerless watching.

Not true, Infante has been playing through a nagging shoulder injury.

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Was just about to post this. This is the kind of thing this team will feed off. I am personally very happy to see Dyson made these comments publicly. Now the pressure is squarely on the Royals.

Sorry, but this is obviously not true. The pressure doesn't transfer to the team leading 2-0 because of one dumb thing one of their young players said.

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Did you expect him to say yes, yes he expects to lose atleast twice at home and go back to Baltimore? This little quote isn't going to make our pitchers pitch better or hitters hit better.

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