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BALTIMORE O RIOLES

Jonathan Rafael Villar Roque - SS

Trey Mancini - 1B

Anthony Santander - CF

Renato Nunez - DH

John Dwight "J.D." Smith, Jr. - LF

Hanser Joel Alberto Pena - 2B

Rio Ruiz - 3B

Demetrius Jerome Stewart - RF

Chance Sisco - C

Randall Asher Wojciechowski - RHP )) (2-8, 5.51 ERA) 

 

DETROIT TIGERS

Victor Jose "V.J." Reyes - LF

Harold Castro - CF

Jordy Joe "J.J." Mercer - 2B

Christin Gaylin Harris Stewart - DH 

Dawel Leoner Lugo Baez - 3B 

John Hicks - 1B

Travis Demeritte - RF

Grayson James "G.J." Grenier - C

Willi Rafael Castro Capellan - SS

Edwin "E.J." Jackson - RHP )) (3-9, 9.76 ERA) ) * 

 

*  )) (1-5, 11.12 ERA) OOO [TORONTO BLUE JAYS] OOOOO (2-4, 8.51 ERA) OOO [DETROIT TIGERS]

 

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The radio guys are not being kind to the outfield defense. They are usually homers, so if they’re actually calling out the outfielders, they must be extra guilty today

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1 minute ago, Philip said:

The radio guys are not being kind to the outfield defense. They are usually homers, so if they’re actually calling out the outfielders, they must be extra guilty today

Stewart moved sideways when the ball was falling in front of him.

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9 minutes ago, SilverRocket said:

Stewart moved sideways when the ball was falling in front of him.

Yeah they commented repeatedly on his route. They suggested the sun or wind might have caused the problem, but Stewart is definitely having trouble.

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11 minutes ago, SilverRocket said:

Stewart moved sideways when the ball was falling in front of him.

Shame, Stewart, I think, needs to show he's not a defensive liability to secure a career in the majors.

A little power, a little speed, and a good OBP plays a lot better if the glove is neutral.

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