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4 hours ago, esmd said:

And shame on all of you for not recognizing the greatness that was Taylor Teagarden.

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13 hours ago, esmd said:

And shame on all of you for not recognizing the greatness that was Taylor Teagarden.

Buck’s son. In his first game with the O’s he hit a walk off homer. Just part of the magic that was 2012. 

https://www.baseball-reference.com/boxes/BAL/BAL201207140.shtml

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2 hours ago, sportsfan8703 said:

Buck’s son. In his first game with the O’s he hit a walk off homer. Just part of the magic that was 2012. 

https://www.baseball-reference.com/boxes/BAL/BAL201207140.shtml

Teagarden was incredibly clutch* in '12.  He hit .158 in 64 PAs but was 6th on the team in WPA.  He was completely awful, but somehow he had like five huge, key, hits.

* Just to be clear this is describing his performance, not his ability.

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3 hours ago, sportsfan8703 said:

Buck’s son. In his first game with the O’s he hit a walk off homer. Just part of the magic that was 2012. 

https://www.baseball-reference.com/boxes/BAL/BAL201207140.shtml

He also had a big late inning (7th, I think?) double to the wall in right-center in a game I was at that drove in a couple runs and tied a game that we ended up winning in extra's....I think it might've been against the Yankees....so that's two things to drink to in his memory, lol....

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47 minutes ago, Curse of the Bamdino said:

Lenny Sakata needs a spot in this hierarchy on principle alone.

0.00 catchers ERA.  😁

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1 hour ago, DrungoHazewood said:

Teagarden was incredibly clutch* in '12.  He hit .158 in 64 PAs but was 6th on the team in WPA.  He was completely awful, but somehow he had like five huge, key, hits.

* Just to be clear this is describing his performance, not his ability.

Taylor Teagarden in 2012 as an Oriole

Team Record in Appearances14-8 / in Starts: 10-5

Longest Hitting Streak2 games

Longest On Base Streak2 games

Most Games w/o HR12 games

Most Games w/o RBI8 games

Grand SlamsNo bases loaded PA

Go-Ahead Hits:4

Taylor Teagarden in 2013 as an Oriole

Team Record in Appearances7-16 / in Starts: 5-13

Longest Hitting Streak3 games

Longest On Base Streak4 games

Most Games w/o HR11 games

Most Games w/o RBI9 games

Grand Slams0 in 1 bases loaded PA and 1 AB

Go-Ahead Hits:0

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17 hours ago, esmd said:

And shame on all of you for not recognizing the greatness that was Taylor Teagarden.

Taylor Teagarden is not a baseball name.

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36 minutes ago, Moose Milligan said:

It's an attractive female name for sure.  If I was talking to a girl and she was like "...Oh yeah, my friend Taylor Teagarden is coming along too,"  I'd automatically be stoked.

Taylor Teagarden and Hayden Penn are both way out of your league.  And mine too.

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19 minutes ago, DrungoHazewood said:

Taylor Teagarden and Hayden Penn are both way out of your league.  And mine too.

I dont know. I’ve seen some of the Moose’s fotos. 

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On 2/11/2019 at 7:17 PM, TheOtherRipken said:

Yes! With that sweet Caleb money freed up we could re-sign Geronimo Gil.

Who was the player that got burned in a tanning salon? He wasn't very good. 

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