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BALTIMORE ORIOLES

Nick Markakis - RF

Delmon Young - DH

Chris Davis - 1B

Adam Jones - CF

Matt Wieters - C

Nelson Cruz - LF

Steve Lombardozzi - 2B

Ryan Flaherty - SS

Jonathan Schoop - 3B

Wei-Yin Chen - LHP (0-1, 6.35 ERA)

NEW YORK YANKEES

Brett Gardner - LF

Derek Jeter - SS

Jacoby Ellsbury - CF

Carlos Beltran - RF

Alfonso Soriano - DH

Brian McCann - C

Francisco Cervelli - 1B

Brian Roberts - 2B

Yangervis Solarte - 3B

Ivan Nova - RHP (1-0, 3.18 ERA)

http://www.baseballpress.com/lineups

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>No Hardy again today. Lineup <a href="http://t.co/cQFZsDLsZW">pic.twitter.com/cQFZsDLsZW</a></p>— Brittany Ghiroli (@Britt_Ghiroli) <a href="

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Delmon in the 2 hole? He's a hacker, might put a more patient guy there if you want to steal a base...

With Hardy out, is their a better 2 hole hitter? Schoop maybe?

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Delmon in the 2 hole? He's a hacker, might put a more patient guy there if you want to steal a base...

With Hardy out, is their a better 2 hole hitter? Schoop maybe?

I think the answer lies below: (career numbers of our hitters vs Nova)

Markakis - 11/34 with 1 HR, .885 OPS

Young - 5/8 with 1 HR, 1.667 OPS

Davis - 8/23 with 3 HR, 1.227 OPS

Jones - 7/35, .488 OPS

Wieters - 11/29 with 4 HR, 1.351 OPS

Cruz - 3/9 with 1 HR, 1.000 OPS

Seems like a recipe for success.

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I think the answer lies below: (career numbers of our hitters vs Nova)

Markakis - 11/34 with 1 HR, .885 OPS

Young - 5/8 with 1 HR, 1.667 OPS

Davis - 8/23 with 3 HR, 1.227 OPS

Jones - 7/35, .488 OPS

Wieters - 11/29 with 4 HR, 1.351 OPS

Cruz - 3/9 with 1 HR, 1.000 OPS

Seems like a recipe for success.

Fair enough - do you have Lough's #s vs. Nova?

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Fair enough - do you have Lough's #s vs. Nova?

0 for 3 with a K.

No one else on our roster really has had any success against Nova, although Hardy's numbers are pretty good (.739).

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Re the NYY pitcher today, I had no idea they were so desperate as to sign a female luger. And at 5'8" and 154 lbs I personally would NOT mind striking out against her.

http://www.sochi2014.com/en/athlete-tatyana-ivanova

She did win a silver medal.... the Yankees probably thought they overheard someone say she HAD a good slider, then later found out they meant she WAS a good slider.

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