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MDtransplant757

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MDtransplant757 last won the day on January 25 2018

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About MDtransplant757

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  • Birthday 8/15/1998

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  • Location
    AAA Norfolk (Virginia Beach, actually) aka the US Navy's right armpit
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    The O's, music, video games.
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    Independent business owner
  • Favorite Current Oriole
    Adam Jones. #StayHungry.
  • Favorite All Time Oriole
    Cal Ripken Jr.

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  1. If it’s the LA Coliseum, just don’t be around the press boxes and you’ll be fine view wise. As for a game at M&T Bank, it doesn’t matter. Sight lines are amazing at the stadium no matter where you are
  2. I picked MVP mainly because Greg Roman is a great offensive coordinator and the whole team was built around his skill set. Bringing in Mark Ingram only raised that ceiling. Plus you have Hollywood brown and an offensive line that grew a little more this year.
  3. It was around 103 DB, and the stadium was almost 95% full. Like there were a few empty seats, but you had to sit and try and find them.
  4. Defeinately being protected: Mountcastle, Akin, Kermer Probably going to be protected: Sedlock, McKenna Doubt it: Fenter and Cumberland.
  5. Was at the ballgame sunday. M&T was rockin, place was loud all game. Had an amazing time.
  6. Cheifs will most likely be the game to give New England trouble. Bills might if their offense shows up, Texans O line has to show up and their defense needs to play up to its ability. Dallas is so insanely inconsistent that it doesn't matter. That's a W for brady and Co.
  7. Dude, the nosebleeds are normally the best seats. You can be up top and see the play develop, where everyone is, route combos, etc. Plus the fans up top normally get louder. I would recommend looking at the view from the seats on sites like seatgeek before you buy tickets just as a precautionary measure.
  8. Everything that comes out of this guy’s mouth is awful. No one wants to hand our mega deals to most of your clients and the game is getting younger. Get over it Boras
  9. Gotcha. Thanks for the info, Luke. You're the best.
  10. Oh, I thought that Trackman was the camera that came with pitch tracking software that helped calculate everything. My mistake.
  11. Baseball is trying to appeal to the youths not by marketing their players like the NBA and NFL but by changing the rules to make everything more complicated. They're trying to reduce time of games, but offense prolongs games.
  12. Considering all the baseball schools opening up around the country now that are using Trackman cameras, I think seeing an uptick if the Orioles decide to send him to one of these schools wouldn't surprise me. Read an article a while ago about how now Rays prospect Michael Plassmeyer used one of these schools in college to get better command and better velocity on his pitches, and the results got better every year in college. Something like that for Rom would be massive IMO
  13. Is it to late to give up on Rom getting more velocity? The Wells comp is nice, but his upside would go up if he had more speed on his pitches.
  14. I wouldn’t say he’s bad. He’s competently lead the offense and spread the ball unlike Big Ben. Their defense has been anchored with that front 7 and the secondary is basically Minkah Fitzpatrick using cheat codes in madden. They’re not the Same team we faced earlier in October
  15. I think the bengals are going looking for a new coach this offseason. This hire has been horrendous. Amazing win in cincy for us though. Can’t wait for next week in Houston.
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