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vs. YANKS, 4/04 (2019 Home Opener)

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Just now, OsFanSinceThe80s said:

Also is there a better Yankees fan website? The layout of PinstripeAlley.com is lame.

It's the same as Camden Chat. Tbh, I could look later on after the game.

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That 3rd run you may partially credit to Chris Davis. Knowing automatic out was on deck, Paxton tried to get Rickard to chase and ended up throwing a WP to score that run.

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1 minute ago, MDK02 said:

Patient at bats??? What is that.. haven't seen that for years.

I was going to say we've seen lots of those... but we're seeing more. A whole new culture of ABs.

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3 minutes ago, scOtt said:

105.7 is the O's flagship.

 

I probably have an internet live stream if you want it. PM me.

Yes! I have a computer live stream of the MASN broadcast if anybody needs it. PM me.

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On 3/31/2019 at 4:49 PM, OFFNY said:

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We're on pace to win this game by a score of 27-0.

 

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(FIVE DAYS LATER)

 

We're on pace to win this game by a score of 24-0 ........ we're the home team, so we won't get to bat in the 9th inning with a lead.

 

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Just now, OldNewGuy said:

Gosh, I miss Joe. Great on the radio.

Hunter hardly lets any room for Roberts to say a word.

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3 minutes ago, Tony-OH said:

That 3rd run you may partially credit to Chris Davis. Knowing automatic out was on deck, Paxton tried to get Rickard to chase and ended up throwing a WP to score that run.

Rickard fouling off the third strikes earlier in the at bat lead to two runs. 

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