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The Rubber Match (vs. RED SOX, 7/21)

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1 minute ago, Can_of_corn said:

Salt and smoked paprika are the other two flavors that are most prevalent.  Some garlic, chillies and cumin as well.

Guessing it will pair well with pork.

Good on chicken probably. Or anything, cardboard, a sandal.

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1 minute ago, Can_of_corn said:

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That's probably best. Question is doe he get a statue? Retired number? all that.

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1 minute ago, scOtt said:

That's probably best. Question is doe he get a statue? Retired number? all that.

Like they can afford a statue.

Maybe a laminated cardboard cutout.

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39 minutes ago, OFFNY said:

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My luck. I get moved to day shift. First week the O's have 2 days off. Second week is a west coast trip!

SMH

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Just tuned in. It looks like Trey is coming out of his slump and Smith isn't. And today's Cashner seems to be the one that drove us (me, anyway) crazy: effective, even dominant, except for the three or four times (over his four or five inning stint) that he grooves one.

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1 minute ago, spiritof66 said:

Just tuned in. It looks like Trey is coming out of his slump and Smith isn't. And today's Cashner seems to be the one that drove us (me, anyway) crazy: effective, even dominant, except for the three or four times (over his four or five inning stint) that he grooves one.

I don't think the word slump applies to Smith.

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Wojo putting on a pitching clinic right now, Fastball outside, change low and in, Slider away, Fastball up and in. That's called changing speeds, changing eye levels, and is impressive. He's commanding everything today.

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1 minute ago, Can_of_corn said:

I don't think the word slump applies to Smith.

I was trying to be polite. I would hope that his time is almost up, to be replaced by Stewart or Hays.

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