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It's  Friday the 13th. 

We are playing the best team in the AL. 

And we are throwing Tillman at them...

What could go wrong? 


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1 minute ago, ChinMusic said:

Poor baserunning. No hustle.

Only thing I can see is if he was worried Mancini wasn’t getting to 3rd.  He did not bust it out of the box.  

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