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Only 15 more to go and Straily ties former Manager Dave Trembley for most runs against during first official appearance.  

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ERA no longer infinity.   Hanser is now a better pitcher than Chris Davis is a hitter.

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1 minute ago, SteveA said:

Yeah, we are 3 days into a stretch of 20 straight days without a day off.   And we have already toasted our bullpen.

Wright DFAd, help from Norfolk tomorrow, I predict.

It's incredible Elias thought he could get the team through a week with such lousy pitching.

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Im not gonna lie, if this an attempt to convince me we need to give Mike Wright more of a chance....

 

 

 

 

...Still a hard pass for me.

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Just now, Bonecrusher52 said:

First hit for Chris Davis?

I don't think Davis could hit off a batting tee.

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Last three ERAs in today's boxscore: 18.69; 33.75; 18.00.

This has *got* to be the AB Davis gets his first hit. No leverage at all.

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Davis is the bomb.  I have never seen an Oriole player so bad offensively..ever. And I have been watching since 1965. 

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Just now, LA2 said:

Last three ERAs in today's boxscore: 18.69; 33.75; 18.00.

This has *got* to be the AB Davis gets his first hit. No leverage at all.

By the end of the year Nickleback will have more hits than Davis.

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1 minute ago, Bonecrusher52 said:

First hit for Chris Davis?

Awe......he swung.  Good job Chris.  That a boy.  That a way to swing at that ball.  You'll get em next time.

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Just now, tntoriole said:

Davis is the bomb.  I have never seen an Oriole player so bad offensively..ever. And I have been watching since 1965. 

Do you remember Carl Warwick or Vic Roznovsky?

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