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  1. 8 points
    Surprised his shadow didn't have him on "Ignore."
  2. 6 points
    After a long, gloomy winter in which I have exuded realism about the Orioles’ near term future, spring training has arrived and I am growing more optimistic daily based on the incessantly positive remarks coming from Brandon Hyde, Doug Brocail and a litany of players. Lord it makes me happy! The hell with realism, there will be plenty of time for that later!
  3. 5 points
  4. 4 points
    I heard Atomic saw his shadow and is in for a long winter.
  5. 3 points
    8:40 I get to the complex at 8:15 and somehow it’s chilly and warm at the same time. Today is check-in day for the position players so I wanted to feel if there’s a slightly different vibe with a closer to full building and locker room. I’ll find out soon. Checking around the facility there was one player making his way to the cage, catcher Austin Wynns who I’ve been seeing quite a bit of these first few days. This early in the day, the majority of the on-field action is with the groundskeepers-spraying, spreading and watering to make sure the grass stays firm. And the clubhouse managers, they’re cleaning the cleats and gloves getting ready for a baseball Sunday. 10:25 Update- Chris Davis was not seen in the open locker room session this morning and that’s the player I was looking for but there was just about everyone else in and out and the vibe is slightly relaxed. Guys are genuinely happy to be there with their team. Terps fan Evan Phillips had a white Rodney Elliot jersey hanging up in his locker and was proud of Saturday’s win over Michigan State. There were a few interviews, Tanner Scott, Hanser Alberto, Renato Nunez and Brandon Kline talked about their off seasons and plans for 2020. I’ll listen again for details but here are some takeaways; Tanner Scott is focused on one thing: walks. He knows it, we know it and the team knows it. Scott didn’t alter anything mechanical but thinks avoiding putting guys on is a matter of mindset and focus. Kline discussed the timeline and communication with team execs as far as waivers and coming back after that process. His stuff feels good but he knows that getting in 1-0 or 2-0 counts is not a route to success for him so he’s focused on throwing strikes early and often. Hanser Alberto feels both hungry and relaxed and certainly more comfortable in his role with the team after 2019. He’s more comfortable at second base obviously but position is not a priority for him. Hanser had the morning’s biggest smile when he talked about waking up everyday at 6:30 in the off-season to help his kid get ready for school. Renato Nunez talked about improving as a team but also on his own at the plate. Having a plan and better pitch selection could help him improve on some already very solid counting stats and he thinks that can help the team get leads and extend innings. Yusniel Diaz checked in too and looked noticeably larger in his back, chest and shoulders. Not bulky at all. Watching him develop since the Machado trade, I’d always been impressed by the thickness of his upper legs and waist but now it seems like his upper body has caught up and his swinging/driving the ball muscles look larger and more defined. Let’s see if it helps in the power department.... Once outside there was not the bullpen side sessions like the first few days, rather the pitchers did long toss, catchers did BP then drills then did neat NFL-style passing routes. Martin Cervenka is long and lean and can extend for the catch pretty well for a guy who wears catcher’s gear professionally. Adley Rutschman however showed good athleticism and run after the catch ability. The best overall catcher football player was Wynns who strides smooth and tracked the ball in the air into his waiting hands. It’s been fun to watch him do his thing. 1:00 pm update The day wrapped up with Brandon Hyde addressing the media and he discussed his optimism about the entire squad being together and moving forward together. It is his expectation that everybody will be present and ready to roll Monday am. He said that hard work on the field and improvement will coincide with the developing clubhouse culture and help the camp be similar to year one of his tenure, but hopefully a little better. Hyde said that he’s glad to have veteran leaders doing veteran things like taking ground balls at a different position and helping younger players get comfortable. Specifically Hanser Alberto being flexible with positions and utility guys being tried all over the field are things the skipper noted as far as defensive priorities for workouts.
  6. 3 points
  7. 2 points
    Whatever. Happy that the guys that are most likely going to be considered for the future winning teams are in camp. Davis in camp or out of camp doesn't make a bit of difference to me.
  8. 2 points
    I’m glad to let you guys know what’s happening and what I see. The catchers playing football was worth sharing and maybe you’re right about Cervenka who looks like he got younger in the last year somehow. There is a reason to be upbeat and it’s not the mlb winning percentage right now. I’m calm because as a fan I know the work is being done from the bottom up and the talent is truly ‘on the rise’. Now that I’m seeing it in person, I’m even more confident. Like today.....through a fence and a cage I saw Adley hit for the first time ever. To put it bluntly, it was really really good. It may take a while but there will be victories that don’t show up in the standings. I’m ok with that. I’m glad to have your feedback and spring is always fun no matter what. Tomorrow is full squad day 1 and I’m pumped to see the whole team for the first time in 2020. If you’re an O’s fan you should be too!
  9. 2 points
    I'm not sure whether I've posted some version of this before, but what the heck, it's a new season . . . My favorite baseball song, by a pretty wide margin, is Tom Paxton's "My Favorite Spring." For me, it captures, and sucks you into, the game's cycle of hope and heartbreak gradually and subtly, without slipping into maudlin sentimentality. Second place goes to "A Dying Cub Fan's Last Request," by Steve Goodman (who also gave us "Go, Cubs, Go!"). I think recent seasons of Oriole wretchedness have made me identify more with the long-time Cubs fans I've known. Goodman died of leukemia in 1984, at age 36, four days before the Cubs clinched their first division title and first post-season appearance season since 1945. He was invited to sing the Star-Spangled Banner before the opener, but Jimmy Buffett had to fill in.
  10. 2 points
    I think it's actually apocryphal. But anybody who wants to understand the world today should read Spengler's "The Decline of the West." But Os related, I hate to see a man be crushed, and from my perspective, anyone with optimism about this upcoming year, is going to be crushed. But I confess, I am not much fun at parties either.
  11. 2 points
    The only rule about pitching is you can never have enough of it. Some of our highly touted prospects will fall by the wayside. That’s just the way the game is. In the meantime, it will be interesting to see what Means can become. He’s already exceeded expectations.
  12. 2 points
    Another milestone: this is the last weekend without Orioles baseball until October. I type this from my mother's place where it is 15 degrees. It was 0 when I took her to the bank at 9am, and -10 overnight
  13. 2 points
    Helps to know what pitch is coming.
  14. 1 point
  15. 1 point
    It does look like Davis has put on some muscle though! He's such a goof!
  16. 1 point
    I know! I feels it! Bailey and Rucker both make the ro' with Cobb, Means and Wo'. We don't need no other mo fo'! CD will be just a memory while Ryan, Hays, Santander and Trey fill our hearts with glee! "Whan that Aprile with hise sweete shoures soote the droghte that March hath perced to the roote" Than langen folke to go on pilgrimmages! C'mon Opening Day already! ⚾
  17. 1 point
    He wasn’t seen today by me, but that doesn’t mean he definitely didn’t show up. At least for the early part of Sunday it appears you got your wish. I’d say it’s day-to-day
  18. 1 point
    Last years rotation in spring training was Bundy, Cobb, Cashner, Hess, and Karns (opener) Means, Straily, J. Rogers, Y. Ramirez, Wright, and Ynoa were long relief and SP depth. This year's rotation in spring training is something like Means, Cobb, Wojo, LeBlanc, Milone Stewart, Akin, Bailey, Rucker, Kremer, Zimmermann, and Hess are long relief and SP depth options. Just a couple months into the 2019 season, 8 of those 11 spring training arms were done for the year or getting consistently shelled. The Orioles had 3 decent SPs and no viable options behind them. Just like last year, the rotation is thin and the depth options are young and unproven. But I think we'd all agree that the depth options have more potential than last year's group. What do you think? Is the SP situation improved or will the warehouse be scrambling around the waiver wire for Tom Eshelmans and Tayler Scotts this summer?
  19. 1 point
    From what I hear, the Orioles staff is rated among the best and most consistent. They have a very dedicated and diligent staff and they’re mostly vets but their program puts out talent and promotes like the baseball team should. I see some serious sweat put in to some very shiny orange and black equipment. These guys are pros, and skilled at a profession. The players can’t fix the equipment issues as well as them and yes, they’re taken care of by some very appreciative O’s.
  20. 1 point
    Yikes! I read the thread title and thought somebody is injured already.
  21. 1 point
    Davis knows he's not going to get better and no arriving early to camp or changing his swing in the offseason is going to help. He's here to collect a paycheck.
  22. 1 point
    (NR) = non-roster camp invitee Players on 40 man roster who are not Rule 5 guys with options are noted. A 40 man roster player with no note at the end of the line is not optionable. Current status (Last updated: 2/15/2020) 40 man roster: 40 Non-roster invitees: 28 Total: 68 players Latest Notes: Illness/injury updates, Milone gets a uniform #. Only # I don't have now is Valaika. Starting Pitcher Candidates 45 Keegan Akin L/L 6'0" 225lbs 4/1/95 (3 options) Outlook at start of camp: Prospect had a full year at AAA in 2019 and will compete for a spot in the rotation 2/14 - Observed in camp and looks like the same pudgy guy he's always been. 59 Brandon Bailey R/R 5'10" 175lbs 10/19/94 (Rule 5 Pick) Outlook at start of camp: Rule 5 draftee competing for a spot at the back end of the rotation or bullpen 17 Alex Cobb R/R 6'3" 205lbs 10/7/87 Outlook at start of camp: If healthy will be in the starting rotation after a lost year to injury 2/13 -- Threw a regular session with all of the other pitchers that didn't throw on the first day. 2/14 - Pitching Coach Dog Brocail said Cobb will use his curveball more in 2020 and is developing a 4-seamer to pair it with. 41 David Hess R/R 6'2" 180lbs 7/10/93 (1 option) Outlook at start of camp: Competing for a rotation spot after a very poor year in 2019. Could potentially be converted to relief. 2/14 -- Hess refined his delivery at P3 Pitching & Performance in St Louis in the offseason. New deliver takes better advantage of his strong, thick legs. 64 Dean Kremer R/R 6'3" 180lbs 1/7/96 (3 options) Outlook at start of camp: Prospect in camp for a look, destined for AAA 47 John Means L/L 6'3" 230lbs 4/24/93 (3 options) Outlook at start of camp: Top of the starting rotation 62 Michael Rucker R/R 6'1" 195lbs 4/27/94 (Rule 5 Pick) Outlook at start of camp: Rule 5 draftee competing for a spot at the back end of the rotation or bullpen 53 Kohl Stewart R/R 6'3" 195lbs 10/7/94 (2 options) Outlook at start of camp: Potential back of the rotation guy with some major league experience in Minnesota 29 Asher Wojciechowski R/R 6'4" 235lbs 12/21/88 Outlook at start of camp: Returning member of the rotation, probably has a job to lose 73 (NR) Tom Eshelman R/R 6'3" 210lbs 6/20/94 Outlook at start of camp: Did not impress last year and was removed from 40 man roster, last chance to show something as pitching prospects climb the ladder behind him. 23 (NR) Wade LeBlanc L/L 6'3" 205lbs 8/7/84 Outlook at start of camp: Significant major league starting experience, will get a legitimate shot at a spot in the rotation. Has opt-out if not promoted to 40 man roster by March 19. 83 (NR) Zac Lowther L/L 6'2" 235lbs 4/30/96 Outlook at start of camp: Prospect in camp for a look, heading to AAA Norfolk. 69 (NR) Tommy Milone L/L 6'0" 215lbs 2/16/87 Outlook: Signed two days into camp, veteran starter with a career 4.47 ERA. A bit homer-prone, has not posted a 100+ ERA+ since 2015. 2/14 Passed physical, signing officially announced. 72 (NR) Chandler Shepherd R/R 6'3" 185lbs 8/25/92 Outlook at start of camp: Mediocre results last year, but in open competition for a spot in the rotation or bullpen. 84 (NR) Alex Wells L/L 6'1" 190lbs 2/27/97 Outlook at start of camp: Prospect in camp for a look, heading to the minors, most likely AAA Norfolk. 85 (NR) Bruce Zimmermann L/L 6'2" 215lbs 2/9/95 Outlook at start of camp: Prospect in camp for a look, heading to the minors, most likely AAA Norfolk. Relievers 43 Shawn Armstrong R/R 6'2" 225lbs 9/11/90 Outlook at start of camp: Competing for a spot in the bullpen 48 Richard Bleier L/L 6'3" 215lbs 4/16/87 (1 option) Outlook at start of camp: Barring an injury or trade will be in the bullpen 49 Cody Carroll R/R 6'5" 215lbs 10/15/92 (2 options) Outlook at start of camp: Has a chance to impress and win a spot in the bullpen but probably heading back to AAA 2/11 -- Says he is 100% after microdisc back surgery last year 50 Miguel Castro R/R 6'7" 205lbs 12/24/94 (1 options) Outlook at start of camp: At 25 he is now a veteran member of the bullpen. 51 Paul Fry L/L 6'0" 190lbs 7/26/92 (3 options) Outlook at start of camp: Good shot at a spot in the bullpen. 60 Mychal Givens R/R 6'0" 210lbs 5/13/90 (3 options) Outlook at start of camp: Veteran bullpen leader, will be in the pen unless traded. Incumbent closer/high leverage reliever 2/14 Showed up sick with the thing that is going around, sent home. 2/15 Still sick, not throwing 56 Hunter Harvey R/R 6'3" 175lbs 12/9/94 (1 option) Outlook at start of camp: Likely to make the team and pitch decent leverage innings if he can stay healthy. 2/14 Showed up sick with the thing that is going around, sent home. 2/15 Still sick, not throwing 70 Travis Lakins R/R 6'1" 180lbs 6/29/94 (2 options) Outlook at start of camp: Has some MLB experience, competing for a spot in the bullpen. 58 Evan Phillips R/R 6'2" 215lbs 9/11/94 (1 option) Outlook at start of camp: Competing for a bullpen spot. 66 Tanner Scott R/L 6'2" 220lbs 7/22/94 (1 option) Outlook at start of camp: Competing for a bullpen spot, hard thrower who needs to cut down on walks. 54 Cole Sulser R/R 6'1" 190lbs 3/12/90 (3 options) Outlook at start of camp: Offseason waiver claim competing for a spot in the bullpen. 55 Dillon Tate R/R 6'2" 195lbs 5/1/94 (2 options) Outlook at start of camp: Conversion to reliever last year showed positive results in minors, could win a spot in the bullpen. 77 (NR) Cristian Alvarado R/R 6'3" 175lbs 9/20/94 Outlook at start of camp: Longshot to make the team 71 (NR) Ty Blach R/L 6'1" 213lbs 10/20/90 Outlook at start of camp: Did not impress last year and was removed from 40 man roster, last chance to show something as pitching prospects climb the ladder behind him. 67 (NR) Hunter Cervenka L/L 6'1" 250lbs 1/3/90 Outlook at start of camp: Longshot to make the team. 86 (NR) Marcos Diplan R/R 6'0" 170lbs 9/18/96 Outlook at start of camp: Was briefly on 40 man roster in offseason after waiver claim. 63 (NR) Eric Hanhold R/R 6'5" 220lbs 11/1/93 Outlook at start of camp: Was on 40 man roster in the offseason after late season waiver claim. 52 (NR) Branden Kline R/R 6'3" 210lbs 9/29/91 Outlook at start of camp: Bumped from 40 man roster, overcame many injuries to make the majors last year but this might be his last chance with Orioles. 75 (NR) Brady Rodgers R/R 6'2" 210lbs 9/17/90 Outlook at start of camp: Offseason acquisition will get a shot to make the bullpen. 2/12 -- Sore arm reported, they are "backing off" him initially. Was initially going to throw 2/13 but that too has been put off. 2/15 -- Was on the schedule to have his first bullpen but scratched again. Now hoping for Sunday 68 (NR) Rob Zastryzny R/L 6'3" 205lbs 3/26/92 Outlook at start of camp: Yet another offseason pickup who could be in the mix with a good spring. Catchers 28 Pedro Severino R/R 6'1" 219lbs 7/20/93 Outlook at start of camp: Likely starting catcher after a solid first full season in the majors in 2019. 2/13 -- Has not caught yet in the first two days of camp due to "illness". He is wearing a mask...not a catchers mask but one to prevent germ spread. 2/15 -- Feeling better, did some light working out but not back tof ull strength yet. 15 Chance Sisco L/R 6'2" 195lbs 2/24/95 (1 option) Outlook at start of camp: Critical season for former highly rated prospect. Not known for defense and offense didn't shine in 2019. 61 Austin Wynns R/R 6'2" 205lbs 12/10/90 (1 option) Outlook at start of camp: Similar position to last year, could be a backup catcher. 79 (NR) Martin Cervenka R/R 6'4" 225lbs 8/3/92 Outlook at start of camp: FIrst ML camp for Czech born rookie who will turn 28 during the season. 37 (NR) Taylor Davis R/R 5'10" 200lbs 11/28/89 Outlook at start of camp: Has some MLB experience, longshot to win backup job, probably headed to AAA 36 (NR) Bryan Holaday R/R 6'0" 214lbs 11/19/87 Outlook at start of camp: Has some MLB experience, could be #2 catcher. 76 (NR) Adley Rutschman S/R 6'2" 216lbs 2/6/98 Outlook at start of camp: Prospect in camp for a look, heading to minors to start the year Infield 57 Hanser Alberto R/R 5'11" 215lbs 10/17/92 Outlook at start of camp: Had breakout year, likely to be in Opening Day starting lineup at 2B or 3B. 19 Chris Davis L/R 6'3" 230lbs 3/17/86 Outlook at start of camp: 2-time MLB HR champ who accounts for over 1/3 of total team payroll has not put up positive WAR since Obama administration. 11 Jose Iglesias R/R 5'11" 194lbs 1/5/90 Outlook at start of camp: Veteran defensive whiz likely starting shortstop. 1 Richie Martin R/R 5'11" 190lbs 12/22/94 (3 options) Outlook at start of camp: Now that the Rule 5 requirement has been fulfilled, he could see full time action at Norfolk to determine if he is truly a prospect, or could compete for backup infield job at the major league level. 6 Ryan Mountcastle R/R 6'3" 195lbs 2/18/97 (3 options) Outlook at start of camp: AAA MVP likely to spend a short time at the start of the season in AAA for service time reasons but will be in the majors at some point this year; position TBD with 1B or LF or DH primary possibilities but offseason talk indicated he would work out at 2B in camp. 2/13 -- Mountcastle says he brought 3 gloves to camp. Thursday he worked out at first base. 39 Renato Nunez R/R 6'1" 220lbs 4/4/94 Outlook at start of camp: Likely in the lineup at DH or 3B or 1B for a good # of games this year. 14 Rio Ruiz L/R 6'1" 215lbs 5/22/94 (2 options) Outlook at start of camp: Can he improve on last year and retain his job as primary starting 3Bman? 9 Richard Urena S/R 6'0" 195lbs 2/26/96 Outlook at start of camp: One of many guys competing for a couple backup infield spots. Known for his glove. 87 Ramon Urias R/R 5'10" 150lbs 6/3/94 (2 options) Outlook at start of camp: Acquired the day camp started, one of many guys competing for a couple backup infield spots. Had good on base at AAA last year. 81 (NR) Rylan Bannon R/R 5'7" 180lbs 4/22/96 Outlook at start of camp: Prospect in camp for a look, heading back to minors to start 2020 78 (NR) Malquin Canelo R/R 5'10" 156lbs 9/5/94 Outlook at start of camp: Organizational infield depth. 2 (NR) Dilson Herrera R/R 5'10" 210lbs 3/3/94 Outlook at start of camp: One of many guys competing for 1 or 2 backup infield spots. 82 (NR) Mason McCoy R/R 6'0" 175lbs 3/31/95 Outlook at start of camp: Has shown just enough to continue to advance through the minor league system, now he gets a chance to audition for a major league spot but most likely heading back to the minors to start 2020. 2/15 - You tube Feature in McCoy. 13 (NR) Jose Rondon R/R 6'1" 195lbs 3/3/94 Outlook at start of camp: One of many guys competing for 1 or 2 backup infield spots, but probably heading back to AAA. -- (NR) Pat Valaika R/R 5'11" 208lbs 9/8/92 Outlook at start of camp: Been on and off 40 man roster twice this winter; one of many guys competing for 1 or 2 backup infield spots. Outfield 21 Austin Hays R/R 6'1" 195lbs 7/5/95 (1 option) Outlook at start of camp: Opening Day centerfielder barring an injury, plays good defense and appears to have a potential solid major league bat. 16 Trey Mancini R/R 6'4" 215lbs 3/18/92 (3 options) Outlook at start of camp: Could start in LF, RF, 1B or DH, team's best established major league hitter. 65 Ryan McKenna R/R 5'11" 185lbs 2/14/97 (3 options) Outlook at start of camp: Here for a look, needs to have a good season in the minors after 2019 season was a regression from 2018. 31 Cedric Mullins S/L 5'8" 175lbs 10/1/94 (2 options) Outlook at start of camp: Critical season for Mullins, who was handed the CF job last year and failed and was demoted to AA and did not excel there. Needs a turnaround season. 25 Anthony Santander S/R 6'2" 190lbs 10/19/94 (1 option) Outlook at start of camp: Looks to be a starting outfielder after breakout 2nd half of last season. 2/14 -- Anthony has been in Sarasota since late January rehabbing his late season labrum inflammation. He resumed full baseball activities 2 weeks ago and is a "full go" for camp. 35 Dwight Smith Jr L/R 6'0" 210lbs 10/26/92 (1 option) Outlook at start of camp: Potential starting leftfielder, backup outfielder, or AAA starter 2/13 -- Dan Connolly calls Smith an early candidate for guy coming into camp looking in the best shape. Smith lost at least 10 pounds in the off season. 24 DJ Stewart L/R 6'0" 230lbs 11/30/93 (2 options) Outlook at start of camp: Recovering from ankle surgery, unlikely to be ready for Opening Day. 2/10: Hyde says that Stewart will be "slow played" this spring. 80 (NR) Yusniel Diaz R/R 6'1" 195lbs 10/7/96 Outlook at start of camp: Top prospect received in Machado deal had 2019 season derailed a bit by injury. Will start 2020 in AAA. 12 (NR) Stevie Wilkerson S/R 6'1" 195lbs 1/11/92 Outlook at start of camp: Was a utility man and part time starting infielder and outfielder last year but lost 40 man spot in the offseason. 38 (NR) Mason Williams L/R 6'1" 195lbs 8/21/91 Outlook at start of camp: Potentially could make the team as primary backup outfielder due to ability to play all 3 OF positions. PLAYERS NO LONGER IN CAMP DFA'D None Non roster players re-assigned to minor league camp None Released None
  23. 1 point
    I see we've made the inevitable transition from Shakespeare to Valentine Davies. I bet the Astros saw this one. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E777IQGlqQA
  24. 1 point
    I don’t know why, but there is something calmly optimistic about this post...thanks!
  25. 1 point
    Just watched Muscle Shoals (again). Every tIme I see that documentary I come away revisiting a different memory. The aging process is mitigated so very, very much by how many great songs I got to listen to when I was young and that particular window was fully open.
  26. 1 point
    I'm holding out hope for him. He may end up being a pleasant surprise this season. It's sad that he hasn't been healthy for us, but it's not too late for him to turn things around. I'm not overly optimistic, but he has the stuff to bring stability to the rotation, and perhaps bring in a better return than what we got for Cashner.
  27. 1 point
    Tommy Milone has number "69". @SteveA
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  29. 1 point
    It’s okay. If you want to hear about insensitive, the original draft of the Curb episode with Buckner had him dropping it.
  30. 1 point
    Here is my 2020 Frederick Keys prospect preview. Looking forward to seeing a lot of Grayson and the other prospects from the 2019 Shorebirds this year. Seeing Adley at least for a short while will be exciting. https://www.carolinaleagueprospects.com/2020/01/2020-frederick-keys-prospect-preview.html
  31. 1 point
    To be fair, comparing total contract values to single season payrolls is apples-oranges, but your general point is a good one.
  32. 1 point
    A It has been exactly what I both expected and hoped for. His hires have been very good, particularly Sig and Kobe Perez and Chris Holt and Brandon Hyde. He has been aggressive in restructuring and rebuilding international and scouting and development analytics where we have been woeful. His communication has been better than any GM- open, realistic and focused. He appears to have an excellent relationship and understanding with ownership His first draft was very good to excellent. He hired Luke. Man, how could it not be an A?
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  34. 1 point
    TFW it's Friday and this is all you got.
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  36. -1 points
    Well yeah if Means can repeat his year from last year, Cobb can come back and Akin can make a smooth transition to major league pitcher and and. Oh on second thought were screwed.
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