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7 hours ago, ShoelesJoe said:

Okay, that's a little too inside baseball for me. What exactly is "the Estrada treatment"?

Whoops, meant Escarra treatment in which they jump JC Escarra from Aberdeen to Frederick. Unfortunately after a good start, Escarra has struggled in Frederick.

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On 8/18/2019 at 4:33 PM, Tony-OH said:

There is little doubt in my mind that he is better than both of those players, but I think the organization wants to see both Encarnacion and Welk get playing time. I could see Welk getting the Escarra treatment if Encarnacion is return to Delmarva once again since he really hasn't earned a promotion.

What about the Fiorentino treatment.  Maybe he's ready for Baltimore already?

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1 hour ago, OriolesMagic83 said:

What about the Fiorentino treatment.  Maybe he's ready for Baltimore already?

Haha, dumbest, most ridiculous promotion I've ever seen by the Orioles under any management.

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It will be interesting to see how he does. He seems like a prime candidate along with Rutschman and Rizer to start at Frederick next year.  

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24 minutes ago, RZNJ said:

It will be interesting to see how he does. He seems like a prime candidate along with Rutschman and Rizer to start at Frederick next year.  

Frederick could be the most interesting farm team of 2020.

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35 minutes ago, Legend_Of_Joey said:

Frederick could be the most interesting farm team of 2020.

I’m going with Norfolk especially if Hays, Mountcastle, and Diaz are there. The rotation, pen, etc should be stacked.  

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12 minutes ago, Punchandjudy said:

I’m going with Norfolk especially if Hays, Mountcastle, and Diaz are there. The rotation, pen, etc should be stacked.  

Yeah, but I can get to Frederick a whole lot quicker and easier than Norfolk.

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