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59 minutes ago, ChipTait said:

Three triples, plus Alberto’s and Villar's glove work equaled a very exciting game!

FTFY!

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Statcast had Martin’s time to 3B at 10.95, faster than either of Mullins’.   And those three trips were the fastest to 3B by the Orioles since Statcast began recording data.    

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1 minute ago, Frobby said:

Statcast had Martin’s time to 3B at 10.95, faster than either of Mullins’.   And those three trips were the fastest to 3B by the Orioles since Statcast began recording data.    

Considering Mancini led the team in triples the last 2 seasons, they can finally stop using an hour glass to time someone going from home to 3rd.

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5 minutes ago, Legend_Of_Joey said:

Considering Mancini led the team in triples the last 2 seasons, they can finally stop using an hour glass to time someone going from home to 3rd.

I remember in Hardy’s last season a play where he ran from 1B to home plate looking like he would need an oxygen mask afterwards. 

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10.39 apparently is the fastest home to third time Statcast has recorded, by Billy Hamilton in 2018.     He didn’t have to slide and rounded 3B at full speed, which helps.      

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27 minutes ago, Legend_Of_Joey said:

Considering Mancini led the team in triples the last 2 seasons, they can finally stop using an hour glass to time someone going from home to 3rd.

Didn't the O's set the all time record for least triples, I believe it was 5 or 6?

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1 hour ago, OsFanSinceThe80s said:

I remember in Hardy’s last season a play where he ran from 1B to home plate looking like he would need an oxygen mask afterwards. 

When I think of slow Orioles, I think of Wieters. Looked like he was carrying two buckets full of milk around the bases. 

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