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vs. BLUE JAYS, 6/12

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TORONTO BLUE JAYS

Cavan Biggio - 2B

Vladimir Guerrero Ramos, Jr. - 3B

Lourdes Yunielki Gourriel Castillo, Jr. - LF

Randal Grichuk - RF

Justin Smoak - 1B

Teoscar Hernandez - CF

Rowdy Telez - DH

Freddy Galvis - SS

Luke Maile  - C

Edwin Jackson - RHP )) (0-4, 11.90 ERA)

 

BALTIMORE O RIOLES

Jonathan Rafael Villar Roque - SS

Anthony Santander - LF

Trey Mancini - RF

C.T.L. Sisco - DH

Renato Nunez - 1B

Pedro Severino De Leon - C

Rio Ruiz - 3B

Hanser Joel Alberto Pena - 2B

Keon Broxton - CF

D.J. Hess - RHP )) (1-8, 7.08 ERA) ) *

 

* )) Leads the Major Leagues in Losses (8) and Home Runs Ceded (20)

 

https://www.baseballpress.com/lineups

 

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Darn, we don't get Edwin Jackson to kick around?

Or is Law an opener and Edwin follows?

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53 minutes ago, mrbig1 said:

We'll be in there bullpen by the third inning.

I don't know.  Baltimore batters have a tendency to make guys like this look like Roger Clemens.

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David Hess career vs the Blue Jays:

12.1 innings, 5 hits, 1 run, 3 walks, 12 strikeouts.

He freakin' owns them!

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2 minutes ago, SteveA said:

David Hess career vs the Blue Jays:

12.1 innings, 5 hits, 1 run, 3 walks, 12 strikeouts.

He freakin' owns them!

If he could only pitch against the Jays every time...

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Have there always been this many “bloodline” players in MLB?  It seems like a lot. It is probably just me getting old. I have Vlad and Biggio baseball cards in a box somewhere.

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5 minutes ago, Yossarian said:

I don't know.  Baltimore batters have a tendency to make guys like this look like Roger Clemens.

No doubt about that.

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I'm glad top see that Hess didn't immediately give the Blue Jays some runs in the 1st inning.

He very well may crap the bed by the time that Hyde takes him out of the game, but at least we have avoided the very demoralizing situation of immediately digging a big hole for ourselves right off of the bat.

 

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At .255, Gurriel sports the highest batting average in tonight's Jays lineup.

Hess is a machine!

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I think you should have a career OPS of at least .750 before you start making demands about how your name is pronounced.  Just be thankful someone's calling you at all, otherwise.

Mancini triple!  Trade him! 

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