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20 hours ago, OFFNY said:

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(JULY 25th)

 

Orioles win.

Yankees lose.

 

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(JULY 26th)

 

Again.

 

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On 7/26/2019 at 4:29 AM, OFFNY said:

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(JULY 25th)

 

Orioles win.

Yankees lose.

 

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23 hours ago, OFFNY said:

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(JULY 26th)

 

Again.

 

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(JULY 27th)

 

Again.

It's rare enough for the Orioles to win 3 games in a row at all, let alone simultaneously coordinate those wins with Yankee losses on the same day.

 

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1 minute ago, OFFNY said:

(JULY 27th)

 

Again.

It's rare enough for the Orioles to win 3 games in a row at all, let alone simultaneously coordinate those win with Yankee losses on the same day.

 

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7 hours ago, OFFNY said:

 

 

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(JULY 27th)

 

Again.

It's rare enough for the Orioles to win 3 games in a row at all, let alone simultaneously coordinate those wins with Yankee losses on the same day.

 

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The odds of that happening are roughly 0.2% in any three game stretch.   A one in 500 shot.   

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8 hours ago, OFFNY said:

 

 

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(JULY 27th)

 

Again.

It's rare enough for the Orioles to win 3 games in a row at all, let alone simultaneously coordinate those wins with Yankee losses on the same day.

 

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Yup, we're definitely gaining on them. Remember: It's not over until the C.C. sings.

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9 hours ago, OFFNY said:

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(JULY 27th)

 

Again.

It's rare enough for the Orioles to win 3 games in a row at all, let alone simultaneously coordinate those wins with Yankee losses on the same day.

 

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9 minutes ago, LA2 said:

 

Yup, we're definitely gaining on them. Remember ........ It's not over until the C.C. sings.

 

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Nats  9    NYYs  2 --  Nats with 5 errors. Enjoyable game despite Joe Buck.

O's are tied for first with 58 to go.    :new_beer:

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7 minutes ago, spiritof66 said:

 

Nationals  9    - NYY's  2 , The Nationals committed 5 errors. It was an enjoyable game, despite Joe Buck's play-by-play.

The O's are tied for first place with 58 games to go.    :new_beer:

 

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The Orioles won.

The White Sox won.

The Yankees lost.

The Red Sox lost.

That's as good as it gets for me.

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We are tied for first and there's only one team in the entire AL with a better record than us.  What a roller coaster of a season it has been so far!

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7 hours ago, SteveA said:

We are tied for first and there's only one team in the entire AL with a better record than us.  What a roller coaster of a season it has been so far!

I mean the cognoscenti were writing us off just yesterday!  B E L E I V E (I before E except after C, unless you believe in science or have a conscience)

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10 hours ago, spiritof66 said:

Nats  9    NYYs  2 --  Nats with 5 errors. Enjoyable game despite Joe Buck.

O's are tied for first with 58 to go.    :new_beer:

At the end, "Might be, could be, it is!"  "What do you think John Smoltz?"

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