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Wow! Feel like I just won and lost at the same time. Best to you and of course The Orioles. Your analysis and insights will truly be missed in this forum. 

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How incredibly awesome and sad at the same time.

Congrats Luke!  I can only imagine how amazing this must feel.

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If I may ask, do you have a general idea of what you’ll be doing for them, that you can tell us without giving away state secrets?   Who will you report to?

Still processing this.   Damn, I’ll miss getting your takes.   

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Wow! Good luck to you, Luke! We will miss you around here. I know that you'll do everything you can to help our beloved Orioles!

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It always sort of felt like we were stealing when Luke chimed in with analysis. Lol. I'm super glad he's getting paid for what he does now.

He really elevated the discourse here, so that's going to be.... tough. Haha

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