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2 minutes ago, O's84 said:

Good start to the game so far.  Let's hope we get good Bundy tonight.

Hope springs?

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It seems like Bundy’s not really taking very much time between pitches. He just hauls back and flings

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3 minutes ago, Moose Milligan said:

Smyly pitching like he should be pitching for us.

I’m sure they can acquire him for next to nothing. 

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Just now, Philip said:

It seems like Bundy’s not really taking very much time between pitches. He just hauls back and flings

Less time to have HR flashbacks.

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1 minute ago, Moose Milligan said:

Wow, Gallo was actually hitting .276.

And leading the AL in slugging %.   He was having a career year.

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6 minutes ago, Philip said:

Nadel Is not only a Hall of Fame broadcaster, but he’s tremendously interested in music and is constantly promoting indie bands. So you’re not far wrong. Listen to him. Listen to his vocabulary, how he chooses his words, how he describes the play, the inflections in his voice, he’s an amazing broadcaster. Everybody the Orioles have, except Gary Thorne, is terrible.

They also seem to have the sound mixing right. Even on my tinny laptop speakers his call of Pedro's home run was like a warm wave of honey flowing over me.

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If they show the Orioles bullpen, look for someone sitting right behind it with an orange shirt on (Cartoon logo bird giveaway) and black/orange hat.

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That play that Alberto made on Hunter Pence’s single was a really great play even though he didn’t get him. He had to run on to the outfield grass do a 180° turn falling away from first and throw a strike to first base and he almost got him.

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