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  1. Haven't watched a game since June. Most of that is due to moving from NY to DC, where my MLB subscription won't allow me to watch the O's bc of blackout restrictions, and the streaming service I use, PSVUE, doesn't have a contract with MASN. It's a little frustrating, but I can't see paying any more money to watch this team right now.
  2. The line between "real" sports and gambling sites isn't much of a line at all anymore. And t's estimated that more than $150 billion is wagered on sports every year . If NBC is starting a network for gambling, you can bet there's money in it -- and that it's not a bad career move financially. One can debate whether it's a good moral move...
  3. 1) Chris Davis sets the hitless streak at 53. 2) Chris Davis sets the hitless streak to start a season at 49 3) AND NOW the O's are the fastest team ever to give up 100 home runs. http://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/26796852/o-pitching-staff-fastest-ever-allow-100-hrs
  4. Fair. But the rules of this game didn't state anything about performance whilst in Baltimore. We're taking just their repertoire and constructing the perfect pitcher. Which is surprisingly hard for 200-2019. Those were a lot of lousy staffs. ** edit. just saw your statement said Bedard.... "for us."
  5. 2000-2019 FB: Arietta CU: Rich Hill SL: Scott Erickson CH: Mussina Other: Mussina Knuckle Curve
  6. Based on the O's attendance, that's probably dozens, not millions.😊
  7. Lucky fans. Crazy thing is I don't think that even makes the top 20 of his highlights with the O's.
  8. Manny. Wow. Just like old times.
  9. Maybe we should keep the young cheap talent. Just a thought.
  10. I'd argue that not many, if any, of the pitchers on the O's right now are long term pieces. My guess is that the strategy is let the guys with some potential trade value get in their innings. That would be Cobb, Cashner, Givens, Bundy. Protect the guys who might have some long term value for the Os, such as Hess. See what you have in guys like Means and Castro. And then just burn through everyone else. Give them a shot. And then start to cycle in the more valuable prospects such as Scott from the minors later in the year. My guess is that the innings pitched and outings numbers are going to look much different in the minors than on the big club this year, and that the prospects will be protected, developed, and brought up and still protected later in the year.
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