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11 hours ago, phillyOs119 said:

Santander has been hitting liners left and right.  Sisco has looked solid behind the plate and comfortable at the plate.  Hays' defense has looked good, his timing is a bit off at the plate still, but he's looking a bit better.  He made the last out of the game last night, but it was a 390ft line drive, a loud out.

I thought both Santander and Hays had good AB's there in the 9th, Hays had a couple good takes (for a guy that I heard might not be as selective) and I liked seeing Santander go with the pitch. 

It would be nice to have some variety in the strengths of batters in the lineup next year.

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8 hours ago, eddie83 said:

Hard to keep Santander around past Mid May next year. We have enough DH types already on this team. Even if Hays struggles some offensively, his glove can help carry him.  

That said Santander has a pretty swing and I am glad we kept him. Hope he can be a real option by 2019.  

Why would it be hard?  They need to keep him as long as his Rule 5 status is effective.  Losing him back to Cleveland would be terrible mismanagement. 

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(vs. RED SOX, 9/27)

 

With the Orioles leading by a score of 3-0 in the top of the 9th inning, Hays led off the inning with a Walk. He then proceeded to steal 2nd base, and scored an insurance run on a Renato Nunez Single to help put away the Red Sox.

 

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(vs. PHILLIES, 8/11)

 

NUMBER 1

 

AUSTICHARLES BRYAN HAYS

AUSTICHARLES BRYAN HAYS

AUSTICHARLES BRYAN HAYS

AUSTICHARLES BRYAN HAYS

AUSTICHARLES BRYAN HAYS

AUSTICHARLES BRYAN HAYS

AUSTICHARLES BRYAN HAYS

 

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