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22 minutes ago, LocoChris said:

6 ip 3 Er 1.33 Whip  not bad either .  He could swap with Hess next start.  Hess looks like guy who struggles second third time through which may put him in pen in future.

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4 minutes ago, bpilktree67 said:

6 ip 3 Er 1.33 Whip  not bad either .  He could swap with Hess next start.  Hess looks like guy who struggles second third time through which may put him in pen in future.

Wasn't a bad start, but wasn't great either. I'd give him a couple more starts down there before making the call. He'll probably be a September call up.

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18 minutes ago, Frobby said:

Another pretty good one today: 5 IP, 6 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 7 K’s.    Threw a lot of pitches though.   

Ready to see him in Baltimore. 

Hess and Ramirez have had their chances.  Time for Rogers and Means.  

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Good to see the strikeout numbers jump up. He's been interesting to follow as hes had success all year at AAA. I understand his "stuff" isnt like Tate or Ortiz, but I think he's probably earned a September call up. If Hess stumbles again, I'd swap them for the remainder of the year.

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1 hour ago, weams said:

Dan Connolly think he will get a September call up. He needs to have a 40 man roster spot this offseason. 

He seems like an obvious choice to me.  I hope he continues to pitch well!

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