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I wonder if the O's will shut Bundy down entirely once they are eliminated.   We'll have 12 games to go after this weekend.     Assuming Bundy starts on Monday, he'd get at most 2 starts after that, and possibly only one.   But perhaps it will be zero.   

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31 minutes ago, Aristotelian said:

 

Just gotta win the next two to get the series win. Then our chances of making the playoffs will go all the way to 1.4%.

 

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Winning the next 2 games will guarantee at least a split.

It's a 4-game series.

 

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50 minutes ago, Frobby said:

I wonder if the O's will shut Bundy down entirely once they are eliminated.   We'll have 12 games to go after this weekend.     Assuming Bundy starts on Monday, he'd get at most 2 starts after that, and possibly only one.   But perhaps it will be zero.   

Makes sense. For sure he will not start in Tampa to end the season. So basically a question of whether he starts around the 24th or not.  Only 6 games left in season starting on that date. 

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On 9/14/2017 at 2:18 PM, OFFNY said:

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You can't win 3 until you win 1.

Win tonight.

 

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You can't win 1 until you win 1.

The best that the Orioles can do now is win tomorrow, and salvage the final game of the series.

In 18 games so far this season, the Yankees have scored 150 runs against the Orioles, for an average of 8.33 runs per game.

 

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You can't win one, when you are going through the motions (including Buck). This team is busy booking their post season plans. I wasted 10 + hours today and went to the game...It was ridiculous. I don't recall any pitcher imploding the second time through a line up like Hellickson does. How he got a QO, I'll never know. But good for him. He's set and has plenty of retirement dough. I'm ready for new faces on this team with a few  remaining vets that care.

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6 hours ago, OFFNY said:

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You can't win 1 until you win 1.

The best that the Orioles can do now is win tomorrow, and salvage the final game of the series.

In 18 games so far this season, the Yankees have scored 150 runs against the Orioles, for an average of 8.33 runs per game.

 

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It's been the single worst thing about this season.   I hate losing to the Yankees, and so many of these games have been jokes.   

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On 9/14/2017 at 2:18 PM, OFFNY said:

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You can't win 3 until you win 1.

Win tonight.

 

o

 

 

15 hours ago, OFFNY said:

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You can't win 1 until you win 1.

The best that the Orioles can do now is win tomorrow, and salvage the final game of the series.

In 18 games so far this season, the Yankees have scored 150 runs against the Orioles, for an average of 8.33 runs per game.

 

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Done.

 

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I was amazed. Orioles beat the Yankees today!😃😎😆

I was also watching the Ravens, I kept having to switch channels back and forth. Ravens also won. 😄😀

 

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