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Here are tonight's lineups fresh from Camden Yards. I'll be filling in for Paul through Saturday.

ORIOLES:

Roberts 2B

Markakis RF

Wigginton 1B

Scott DH

Jones CF

Pie LF

Wieters C

Bell 3B

Izturis SS

Matusz P

LOS ANGELES ANGELS:

Aybar SS

Izturis 3B

Abreu DH

Hunter RF

Kendrick 2B

Rivera LF

Napoli 1B

Mathis C

Bourjos CF

Santana P

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It'll be interesting to see how BMat responds to Buck, the LA audience watching and how much he has learned from some sub-par appearances. How much leash will Buck give him? I'll be interested to read vatech's reports during the game since I have no eyes again tonight save for gameday.

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Anyone notice that Fox and Lugo haven't been getting a lot of playing time? Not saying this is a bad thing, just an observation.

I hope and pray that Pie keeps it up. I worry a lot about him, but the guy oozes potential.

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Anyone notice that Fox and Lugo haven't been getting a lot of playing time? Not saying this is a bad thing, just an observation.

I hope and pray that Pie keeps it up. I worry a lot about him, but the guy oozes potential.

Patterson as well. I'm sure he'll mix it up eventually tho.

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I didn't want to spread the "Negative Vibes"... Buck got a brilliant starting performance out of Guts last night. Versus a AAA guy. Roch posted a bunch of our guys #s against Santana (very promising) and BMatt has struggled. We'll see what Buck does when things go bad. I'm guessing we're still ahead of where we were.

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Here are tonight's lineups fresh from Camden Yards. I'll be filling in for Paul through Saturday.

ORIOLES:

Roberts 2B

Markakis RF

Wigginton 1B

Scott DH

Jones CF

Pie LF

Wieters C

Bell 3B

Izturis SS

Matusz P

LOS ANGELES ANGELS:

Aybar SS

Izturis 3B

Abreu DH

Hunter RF

Kendrick 2B

Rivera LF

Napoli 1B

Mathis C

Bourjos CF

Santana P

Are you a genuis like Paul Folk?;)

Go My Beloved Os!!!!:):clap3:

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Another slow roller and the LAA have a runner on 3rd.

Brian has been underperforming but he has also been unlucky.

Edit- Ok you have to hold folks on at least a bit.

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