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  1. How successful would a team full of Manny Machados be? Manny is one of the few players who would excel at every position on the diamond: Starting Pitcher #1 - #5, Fastball, sitting 91 mph, topping at 94 -- 75% Slider, 85 mph, 15% Change: 82 mph, 7% Curve: 80 mph, 3% Manny has nice separation for a non-pitcher Per pitcher stats (not supplying W-L records) 180 IPs, 190 Hs, 75 BBs, 20 HRs, 150Ks Not to belabor the point, but the bullpen rates look much better. The closer hits 97 regularly. And his 2-seamer is WICKEDOK,
  2. Will the Orioles attempt to re-sign Manny Machado?They’re expected to take another shot at it. The question is when and for how long. This is a good sign if it is really true. I doubt they are going to do what it takes and are likely just trying to appease the fans. Poll to Come
  3. Baltimore Orioles (7-2, 1st +2.5) @ Texas Rangers (6-5, T-1st +0.5) Streak / L10 BAL: N/A TEX: N/A Game 2 (8:10) (QS=0)Vance Worley (0-0) 3.86 (1.71/.333), 5/1 (1HR) vs. (QS=2)Martin Perez (0-1) 3.65 (1.46/.225), 3/9, (1HR) Vance Worley: Worley allowed three runs in 4.2 innings in his 2016 debut giving up three runs (two earned) on seven hits, a walk and five strikeouts. He did ok for the first four innings, but could not get through the fifth and was probably left out there too long. His stuff did look pretty good for the first four and he'll look to build on that here. He has never
  4. When Jason Garcia batted against Ike Davis today, it occurred to me I've never seen an AL pitcher batting against an AL position player (at least in the DH-era.) Then it occurred to me that maybe today was the first time since 1973 that it's happened. Anybody know for sure? It couldn't have happened more than one or two times in the past if at all. When it happened, I gave my daughter the old "it's amazing how often you see something you've never seen at a baseball game" speech, but she wasn't too impressed. I figured some of you guys might be, though.
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