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Trying to Salvage a Split (vs. BLUE JAYS, 8/04)

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Didn't get over to cover first in time, and might have pult a groin.

He's real stretchy...

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1 minute ago, SteveA said:

There were actually 4 Gs in a row.  We're done with them not.

Richie probably makes that play.

Richie is at SS and was playing DEEP short. 5 1/2 hole.

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Strikes out the side!!!

Last 10 series:  4 series wins, 3 series losses, 3 series splits.   And a winning record (16-15).

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