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05-02-2012 12:01 AM #16
When Mr. Pettitte retired, I thought "well there goes about 7 automatic O's loses per year." I was ecstatic. Then I heard it may be Rivera's last year and I thought "I'm really thinking we have a chance at reversing this streak soon." Even more ecstatic.
Then Andy comes out of retirement. I wouldn't be surprised if in his contract it stipulates 50% of his starts must be against the O's. (On a semi-serious note, when I heard Andy was coming out of retirement, I seriously thought it ment the O's hopes of .500 got seriously hit. I was so upset. Anyone check out his career stats against the O's lately?? Dear lordy...) Joking aside, I hold a strong hope that at the end of this year, the Orioles will have won more games then they lost against either NY or Bos. Baby steps...Baby steps.
05-02-2012 12:07 AM #17Plus Member Hall of Fame
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The NYY could be in a funk into July before they start worrying unless there is an injury to CC, Jeter, ARod or Tex.
The Os have looked very good to start this season. We'll see if this can carry on for a while longer.
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05-02-2012 12:23 PM #24
"The Orioles need to remain seething wombats"
May I use this as the title to tonight's article?