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And So it Ends 9/27/2020 Orioles @ Buffalo

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Keegan Lee Akin )has ceded 10 free Passes (9 Walks and 1 Hit Batsman) in only 22.67 Innings Pitched  ....... on the other hand, he has yielded only 1 Home Run in those 22.67 frames.


Tanner Roarke  )leads the American League in Home Runs ceded ...... he has yielded 14 Round-Trippers in only 43.67 innings Pitched.



Austin Charles Brian "C.B." Hays - LF

Demetrius Jerome "D.J." Stewart - RF

Ryan Mountcastle - 1B

Renato Nunez - DH

Rio Ruiz - 3B

Hanser Joel Alberto Pena - 2B

Chance Thomas Leo Sisco - C

Patrick Valaika - SS

Boyce Cedric "B.C." Mullins II - CF 

Keegan Lee Akin - LHP )) (1-2, 3.57 ERA)



Cavan Biggio - 3B

Bo Joseph "B.J." Bichette - SS

Vladimir Guerrero Ramos, Jr. - DH

Randall Grickuk - CF

Lourdes Yunielky Gurriel Castillo, Jr. - LF

Travis Shaw - 1B

Jonathan Rafael Villar Roque - 2B

Jonathan R. "J.R." Davis - RF

Daniel Jansen - C

Tanner B. Roarke - RHP )) (2-3, 7.01 ERA) ) *


 * )) Leads the American League in Home Runs Ceded (14)





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I would like to make a respectful request to Manager Brandon Hyde that he order Randal Grichuk to be intentionally walked every time he comes to bat today.

Because if I hear Scott Garceau say "He's done it AGAIN!" one more time, I am probably going to lose whatever tenuous grip on sanity I have left.  

I'll let Hyde make an exception if Grichuk comes up with the bases loaded in the last inning and the Orioles either leading by one run or tied.  Then I can turn the TV off before Grichuk hits the game-ending grand slam.

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Just wanted to say it has been a pleasure sharing this season with everyone.  Hoping for better next year and everyone stay safe and well.  

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Just now, Philip said:

Schubert’s last words were supposedly,  “and so it ends...”


"Mountcastle is a star, and very athletic. Can play all over the field. Not Nelson Cruz" 

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1 minute ago, weams said:

"Mountcastle is a star, and very athletic. Can play all over the field. Not Nelson Cruz" 

Not sure what that means. I never equated MC with Cruz. Never said either one could play all over the field, either. However, I’d buy a ticket to watch Cruz play SS for a game or two.

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