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  1. Huge series for us. Chen (4-5, 2.78) vs. Eovaldi (9-2, 4.50) Gausman (1-1, 5.00) vs. Nova (1-3, 3.42) Jimenez (7-5, 3.29) vs. Tanaka (6-3, 3.65) Eovaldi has benefitted from huge run support, 5.61 runs/game, fourth best among qualified starters. Chen has gotten 3.41 runs/game, 43rd of 49 qualifiers. Chen has pitched well in 2 starts against New York, allowing 3 runs in 13 IP. Eovaldi has been his typical self against us, 5 runs in 10.2 IP. I feel we have the edge in this one, if our bats have finally woken up. Nova has made four starts since returning from TJ surgery. He was sharp in his first outing and mediocre since then. As to Gausman, he's been all over the lot, so we will have to wait and see how sharp he is. Tanaka had two horrible starts in June that raised his ERA from 2.49 to 3.88, and since then has settled in with three pretty good starts. We have not faced him this year, but beat him the two times we saw him last year, with Jonathan Schoop homering in each game. Ubaldo beat the Yankees on June 12, though he was not particularly sharp. ARod and Teixeira continue to pace the Yankee offense. The Yankees have not hit particularly well in July (.715 OPS, 4.08 R/G). Of course, the Orioles have been worse (.683 OPS, 3.36 R/G). Even moreso than usual, I think tonight's game is very important and the key to this series. It's the most favorable pitching matchup we'll have in the series, and sets the tone. I'm hoping we'll see Chen at his best, and be patient against Eovaldi, who tends not to get deep in games (5.44 IP/start). The back of their bullpen is deadly but their middle relievers can be reached.
  2. We have had NUMEROUS requests to post a new auction that will END on Father's Day next Sunday.Weams, if you will please post the pictures here are the items: 1. Frank Robinson signed vintage bat: Frank Robinson signed c.1980-83 post career professional model bat (PSA/DNA) (NM) Louisville Slugger 125 model R161 has been signed in marker rating 8/9 out of 10. No use. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA regarding bat (not autograph): NM OPENING Bid $200 2. Orioles jerseys identified to Miguel Tejada, includes TWO Oriole jerseys and a beautiful giant signed print of Miguel Tejada in action.The jerseys are great items and the print is a bonus item: OPENING BID $200 3. Baltimore Colt fans? I know you are there. This is a terrific item involving many vintage Colts legends:Lot of (5) Baltimore Colts signed and inscribed mini helmets (NM-NM/MT). Incl. Jim Parker with "#77" "HOF 73" inscriptions, Gino Marchetti with "#89" "HOF 72" inscriptions, Ted Hendricks with "HOF 90" inscription, Earl Morrall with "MVP 1968" inscription (Tri-Star), and Tom Matte with "Baltimore Colts 41" "Pro Bowl 68-69" inscriptions. Signatures rate 8/9 to 10 out of 10: NM-NM/MT Opening bid $250 ( these helmets are extremely rare as two of the players are deceased) 4.Cal Ripken Jr. framed PHOTO PRINT AND BASEBALL...Cal Ripken Jr. signed and inscribed canvas print, Ripken authenticated (NM). 22"x28" framed canvas signed by Ripken in blue marker with "2632 CG" inscription. Signature rates 9/10 out of 10. Ripken and Steiner hologram stickers are affixed..AS A BONUS YOU WILL GET A VINTAGE CAL RIPKEN JR. BASEBALL SIGNED ON THE SWEET SPOT : Opening bid $200 All proceeds to this auction will benefit the neediest children in Los Angeles on my WSA RoyFirestone Award. All bid raises must be increments of $50 or more. Auction closes on Fathers Day. Bid often and generously. Thank you!
  3. It was truly embarrassing watching the Orioles this ALCS and this may be where Bucks reputation comes in that he is not a playoff caliber manager. Are we not starting to see it ring true? He has a reputation of taking teams far then choking. We were a better team than the Giants. Yet got swept. A lot of the Royals ALCS was in the O's heads that they can't win. While a great playoff manager, like Bochy, is able to keep his players calm despite the other teams luck.
  4. AM needs to do two things minimum next season to keep my support. Upgrade significanty at 1B and SS. Putting SS aside, here are the options at 1B, IMO. FA(in order of production) Dunn, Konerko, Pena, Martinez, LaRoche, Huff, Lee, Berkman, Glaus. In House: Scott, Reimold, Snyder, resign Wiggi, Aubrey, Mahoney, Warring. Trade: Kila, Gordon, Alonso, Blanks, AGonz and Fielder(just for giggles). What would you do? I can see AM signing Lee/ Vmart/or Berkman, and mixing and matching with some combination of in house solutions.
  5. http://www.masnsports.com/school_of_roch/2010/07/reflecting-on-the-past.html
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