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1 minute ago, Chavez Ravine said:

Is he in Baltimore or is he Zoom'n in from Louisiana?

TV guys are there.

 

I think... They are together.

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I was drunk before the start of the game, please ignore all comments made in my current condition.

Also I'm listening to the Red Sox feed and Jerry Remy sounds like a sausage sandwich brought to life by witchcraft.

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4 minutes ago, Chavez Ravine said:

Is he in Baltimore or is he Zoom'n in from Louisiana?

The booth at Camden Yards, where it's raining hard.

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2 minutes ago, Barnaby Graves said:

I was drunk before the start of the game, please ignore all comments made in my current condition.

Also I'm listening to the Red Sox feed and Jerry Remy sounds like a sausage sandwich brought to life by witchcraft.

You need to be drunk to listen to Remy. :shudder:

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Just now, O-The-Memories said:

Was that reading correct? A first pitch 86 mph fastball from an opening day starter?

Maybe he is saving the heat for later. 

You mean against good teams on the schedule?

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