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Rajai Davis - LF

Emilio Bonifacio - 2B

Jose Bautista - RF

Edwin Encarnacion - 1B

Melky Cabrera - DH

J.P. Arencibia - C

Colby Rasmus - CF

Brett Lawrie - 3B

Maicer Izturis - SS

Brandon Morrow - RHP (0-2, 5.57 ERA)


Josh Stinson - RHP (1-0, 0.77 ERA) [AAA-Norfolk] O (0-0, 4.50 ERA) [Advanced-A Frederick] *

Nate McLouth - LF

Manny Machado - 3B

Nick Markakis - RF

Adam Jones - CF

Chris Davis - 1B

J.J. Hardy - SS

Nolan Reimold - DH

Ryan Flaherty - 2B

Taylor Teagarden - C

* Stinson's 2013 Major League Debut


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IP:. 0

H:o 0

R:O 0

BB: 0

SO: 0

Pitches: 000 (00 Strikes, 00 Balls)

2013 ERA: 0.00

* Stinson's 2013 Major League Debut



00 (00 Strikes)

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Watch Stinson give us 7innings today

I wouldn't complain. I'd like it if he turned out to be another Duquette diamond in the rough ala Miguel Gonzalez.

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dan-o or offny do you have the link for vipbox? Whenever I go to the website it doesn't work, but when I click on the link it does.

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