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Going for the Mini-Sweep (GAME TWO, 9/03)

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BALTIMORE O RIOLES

Jonathan Rafael Villar Roque - 2B

Mason Williams - CF

Anthony Santander - RF 

Renato Nunez - DH 

John Dwight Smith, Jr. - LF

Pedro Severino De Leon - C

Rio Ruiz - 3B 

Chris Davis - 1B

Richie Martin SS

Gabriel Ynoa Gomez - RHP )) (1-7, 5.93 ERA) 

 

TAMPA BAY DEVIL R AYS

Eric Sogard - 2B

Thomas James "T.J." Pham - DH

Austin Meadows - LF

Travis d'Arnaud - C

최지만 - 1B

Avisail Antonio Garcia Yaguarin - RF

Kevin James "K.J." Kiermaier - CF

Willy Rafael Luna Adames - SS

Joseph Patrick "J.P." Wendel - 3B

Andrew Michael Kittredge - RHP )) (1-0, 4.50 ERA) 

 

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The acoustics on the Rays radio feed is very cozy. I can hear  a couple fan conversations in two different languages. The walk up music is  an order of magnitude or two higher than the ambient crowd murmur.

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1 minute ago, Chavez Ravine said:

The acoustics on the Rays radio feed is very cozy. I can hear  a couple fan conversations in two different languages. The walk up music is  an order of magnitude or two higher than the ambient crowd murmur.

There is virtually no ambient crowd noise because there's virtually no crowd.

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Villar will get some flack for not being aware that Davis didn't run home, but Davis's running was ridiculous.  How does a player not score from second base on a ball hit off the wall?

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People can complain all they want about how unfair it is to have a rule requiring runners to get in the 3-foot lane before they reach first base, but unfair or not, it is the rule.

The Orioles really ought to get used to complying with the rule.

The coaches ought to be telling them, every day, "If you bunt and you're running to first, get in the three-foot lane and get ready to touch the base with your left foot as you go by.  Do NOT give the umps a chance to call you out for interference."

If Martin could have done that, the Orioles would have had two runs home and Villar on third base with nobody out.

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