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Ruzious

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  1. That would go against the unwritten rule written about besmirching the hitting ability of position players like DJ Stewart... though actually Kevin Gausman recently won a game pinch-hitting - with a walk-off sac fly - pinch-hitting for a pitcher.
  2. I'm ok with a .982 OPS in his first 149 professional plate appearances. That's no so bad. It would be a great sign if they start him at Bowie next year.
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    Coby Mayo

    Imagine if Westburg ends up at 2nd base - he's listed at 6'3. The infield could be the biggest ever - Mountcastle, Westburg, Gunnar, and Mayo.
  4. Mullins is not the type to run away and Hyde.
  5. I think Mountcastle got his 30th homer in that game. I'd kinda like to see them tie for the O's HR crown for the year.
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    Coby Mayo

    Agreed - Coby is only a half year younger than Gunnar, and it could be GREAT for the O's if Gunnar can stay at SS.
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    Coby Mayo

    Not only has Mayo hit considerably better than Gunnar (.981 OPS vs career .800), he strikes out much less (18.5% of plate appearances vs 29.2 career) and walks more (13.4% vs 11.5). 216 plate appearances for Coby and 584 for Gunnar.
  8. “No team has more of a gripe regarding missed calls on a season-long basis than the Baltimore Orioles. The O’s have seen 147 pitches called balls that should have been strikes, the biggest discrepancy of 2021. Data from TruMedia estimates these missed calls have led Baltimore to allow 21 more runs than expected in 2021." No wonder we aren't making the playoffs.
  9. I'm really not totally surprised - other than Lowther. I still think Akin can help in the bullpen. I didn't expect anything from Wells and Zimmerman.
  10. Sulser? I'm not a big fan of his, but he's had a very solid season - with a 71/23 K/W ratio in 57.2 innings, a 2.97 ERA and 1.20 WHIP. At 31, he could have several more solid seasons left. He gets paid something like the veteran minimum. I'm not excited about keeping him, but he's earned another year. We have much bigger issues than whether or not Sulser is on our roster at the end of next season.
  11. Why are they picking at their food when there's a gorgeous ham with pineapples on the table that she took the time and care to make for them? Kind of ungrateful for the family to bury her alive at the end. She didn't mean to be cruel... like the O's didn't mean to be bad.
  12. Agreed. And I guess Wells was too easy to target, while Greene had some good games recently.
  13. Now that's having a bad day. Actually that was entertaining - a lot of interesting details.
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