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vs. RED SOX, 3/25 (Spring Training)

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BOSTON RED SOX

Shane Victorino - CF

Mauro Gomes - LF

Mike Napoli - DH

Will Middlebrooks - 3B

Lyle Overbay - 1B

Ryan Sweeney - RF

Jose Iglesias - SS

Brock Holt - 2B

Christian Vazquez - C

Graham Godfrey - RHP (0-4, 6.43 ERA) O(OAKLAND ATHLETICS)

BALTIMORE ORIOLES

Brian Roberts - 2B

Nate McLouth - LF

Adam Jones - CF

Matt Wieters - C

Chris Davis - 1B

J.J. Hardy - SS

Wilson Betemit - DH

Manny Machado - 3B

Ryan Flaherty - RF

T.J. McFarland - LHP (16-8, 4.03 ERA) O[AA-Akron: 8-2, 2.69 ERA O * O AAA-Columbus: 8-6, 4.82 ERA]

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1-0 SUX. Napoli gets on with a opposite field basehit--should have been thrown out at 2nd, but b-rob dropped the ball. Middlebrooks RBI single.

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1-0 SUX. Napoli gets on with a opposite field basehit--should have been thrown out at 2nd, but b-rob dropped the ball. Middlebrooks RBI single.

But wasn't Hardy the one on the bag? Seems like Flaherty shd have thrown to him if he wanted to nab Napoli.

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Hardy was on the bag, Not sure why Flaherty didn't throw to second, but Flaherty appeared to hit Roberts in plenty of time to get him at second.

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The announcers keep calling it the O's "A-lineup," but without Markakis it isn't.

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