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Rutchsman watch: 4th at bat (left side still, runners on first and second)

Ball, low outside fastball

Strike (looking), fastball at knees, middle of plate

Strike (fouled up third base line), fastball in on hands

Ball, fastball extremely high

Foul (over concourse on 3rd base side), fastball on inner half of plate, slightly inside and up

Ball, fastball in dirt (58 footer)

Grounder behind second that shortstop took for a fielders choice.

Rutchsman is on first now.

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1 minute ago, Legend_Of_Joey said:

Rutchsman watch: 4th at bat (left side still, runners on first and second)

Ball, low outside fastball

Strike (looking), fastball at knees, middle of plate

Strike (fouled up third base line), fastball in on hands

Ball, fastball extremely high

Foul (over concourse on 3rd base side), fastball on inner half of plate, slightly inside and up

Ball, fastball in dirt (58 footer)

Grounder behind second that shortstop took for a fielders choice

You think it might just be nerves because he knows you're at the game?

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8 minutes ago, Can_of_corn said:

You think it might just be nerves because he knows you're at the game?

Definitely. He knows he has to live up to the expectations of Wynns.

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10 hours ago, Legend_Of_Joey said:

You mean someone other than Rutschman is playing?

I’ll honestly check in on Adley in a year, I know more about him than any other of the draft picks by a large margin. I’m concerned with the players I don’t have info on or limited/dated info.

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15 hours ago, LTO's said:

2-4 today and threw out 2 of 2 baserunners.

About time he started playing like the "best prospect since Bryce Harper".

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He's above .300 now - when does he go to Delmarva to help the Shorebirds win a championship? If Watson and Rizer are there, it seems Rutschman should be at some point.

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21 minutes ago, orioles22 said:

He's above .300 now - when does he go to Delmarva to help the Shorebirds win a championship? If Watson and Rizer are there, it seems Rutschman should be at some point.

He'll be there for the playoffs at least as long as he's feeling good physically. It's kind of amazing he's playing right now after dealing with mono.

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