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O's bats coming alive.  Two scorching base hits to lead off the third - one at 57 mph and one at 83 mph.  One of them even made it out of the infield

 

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In kindergarten, I was mildly chastised... We had "music class" playing some simple instruments. I had the tambourine. So of course I played it banging it against my hip like I saw Davy Jones doing on TV Saturday morning. :D

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2 minutes ago, Moose Milligan said:

Chris Davis wtf 

Batting 1.000, OPSing 3.500 over his last 2 plate appearances 

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2 minutes ago, Yossarian said:

O's bats coming alive.  Two scorching base hits to lead off the third - one at 57 mph and one at 83 mph.  One of them even made it out of the infield

 

This guy has been TORN UP in his short ML career. Roch posted numbers.

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