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    Quote Originally Posted by weams View Post
    Clearly. I wonder how far he will go?
    Wow good job Mr Hunter.

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    Hunter gets out of trouble with a flyout and a GIDP. Inning over.

    2-2 game after 3 1/2.

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    DP ends the inning quickly. Maybe Hunter will pitch the 5th after all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony-OH View Post
    If he is, I hope it's because we are putting our 5th starter up against the other team's TOR in order to get a better matchup later. I still think Hunter is better off as a reliever and will be before the season is out.
    Unless Britton gets healthy or Tillman learns to get major league hitters out consistently, I think Hunter is one of our five best starters. Not saying a lot, but I think he's likely to be better than Wada, Eveland, Galarraga, or Bergesen as our fifth starter. If we could get some value for him and/or Hammel at the trade deadline, I'd be very happy.

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    Reynolds flies out to start the 4th, and that's it for Doug Drabek's son. He gave up 2 runs, 3 hits, 2 walks, and had 3 strikeouts in 3 1/3 innings.

    Luis Perez replaces him and retires Reimold on a comebacker. Two down.

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    Davis grounds to first. Inning over.

    On to the 5th in a 2-2 game.

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    I must be one of the only posters on the board that thinks Hunter is going to be a decent starting pitcher this season. Certainly not a #1 starter, but he will keep us in games and give us innings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clapdiddy View Post
    I must be one of the only posters on the board that thinks Hunter is going to be a decent starting pitcher this season. Certainly not a #1 starter, but he will keep us in games and give us innings.
    I thought I picked him for opening day? He will be ok. I think he will be as good as Guthrie was.

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    Tommy Hunter is indeed pitching the 5th. He retires McCoy on a comebacker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clapdiddy View Post
    I must be one of the only posters on the board that thinks Hunter is going to be a decent starting pitcher this season. Certainly not a #1 starter, but he will keep us in games and give us innings.
    I think so too. Although his stuff is very hittable, he pounds the strike zone and mixes up his pitches well enough to keep opposing hitters off balance. There is a lot to be said for a pitcher who throws strikes consistently.

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    Davis also grounds out, but Hunter can't complete his first perfect inning. Omar Vizquel rises from the grave to lash a double.

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    Arencibia flies out to strand the runner.

    Hunter is presumably done for the day. In his Grapefruit League debut, he pitched 5 innings, with 5 hits, 2 runs, 2 walks, and 2 strikeouts.

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    Roch tweet:
    SI predicts that the #orioles will finish last in the AL East. Continue to breathe normally.
    The man is funny.

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    Very respectable numbers for Hunter on his first game back.

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