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2 minutes ago, vatech1994 said:

I think I have seen enough of Fry.

As far as not-just-LOOGY southpaws are concerned, Bleier has had a much better Oriole career overall than Fry (or McFarland).

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A team is not scoring many runs. Then they have a series against the Orioles, and its offense wakes up. Hey, Gary, do you think there's a pattern there that might have something to do with the Orioles' pitching when Means isn't  on the mound?

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2 minutes ago, OsFanSinceThe80s said:

What happened this time? I’ve been on an airplane. 

Ball smacked right at him, consequently misjudged it, ball went over him for a double.

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Not the type of DP I expected, but I'll take it. O's snap out of their remarkable consecutive successful stolen-bases-against slump.

Hey CoC--I noticed that one!

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8 minutes ago, LA2 said:

Not the type of DP I expected, but I'll take it. O's snap out of their remarkable consecutive successful stolen-bases-against slump.

Hey CoC--I noticed that one!

That's because caught stealing are a lot more important than successful steals.

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15 minutes ago, Chavez Ravine said:

Ball smacked right at him, consequently misjudged it, ball went over him for a double.

Does Stewart have the yips like when Steve Sax couldn’t throw the ball to 1B? I thought he was supposed to be ok defensively in the outfield.

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