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Cobb to Orioles (Confirmed by Roch Kubatko)

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1 minute ago, brooksfrankjim said:

Cashner and Cobb are huge upgrades over Miley and Ubaldo.  I’m not ready to print playoff tickets but this year has gotten a lot more interesting.  Let’s have some fun.

Agreed.

3yrs 50 mil seems steep though. Hopefully its 3yrs with an option for a 4th year that pushes it to 50mil. 

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