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May 4: Orioles try again to reach .500, in Seattle

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Gametime:   10:10 pm

Weather:  60 degrees, no precip

Matchup:   Jorge Lopez (R) vs Justin Dunn (R).   Lopez has been on of the best pitchers in MLB the first time through the order.   After that, things get bad quickly.  Dunn was a first round draft pick of the Mets out of Boston College in 2016, who went to the Mariners in the deal for Robinson Cano and Edwin Diaz.   He has a 4.09 ML ERA in 72 innings.

Lineups

1. Cedric Mullins (L) CF
2. Austin Hays (R) LF
3. Trey Mancini (R) 1B
4. Maikel Franco (R) 3B
5. DJ Stewart (L) RF
6. Ryan Mountcastle (R) DH
7. Freddy Galvis (S) SS
8. Chance Sisco (L) C
9. Rio Ruiz (L) 2B
 
1. Mitch Haniger (R) DH
2. Ty France (R) 2B
3. Kyle Seager (L) 3B
4. Kyle Lewis (R) CF
5. Luis Torrens (R) C
6. Evan White (R) 1B
7. J.P. Crawford (L) SS
8. Dylan Moore (R) RF
9. Sam Haggerty (S) LF

Orioles Bench
Pedro Severino (R)
Ramon Urias (R)
Pat Valaika (R)

 

Orioles Bullpen (last used)
   Available
       Shawn Armstrong (0.1 IP, 12p last night)

       Paul Fry* (1.1 IP, 18p Sunday; 0.2 p, 12p Friday; 1.0 IP, 15p Thursday)
       Travis Lakins (0.2 IP, 14p Sunday; 0.1 IP, 7p Friday; 0.2 IP, 6p Thursday)    

       Isaac Mattson (joined roster from alternate camp last night, had been on taxi squad for entire road trip)
       Tanner Scott* (0.2 IP, 4p last night; 1.0 IP, 25p Saturday 1.0 IP)
       Cole Sulser (1.0 IP, 8p last night; 0.2 IP, 21p Saturday)     

       Dillon Tate (1.2 IP, 24p Saturday)
       Cesar Valdez (1.0 IP, 10p last night; 1.0 IP, 24p Friday; 1.0 IP, 29p Thursday) 
       Tyler Wells (2.0 IP, 29p Wednesday)

   May be available:
       Adam Plutko (1.1 IP, 20p Sunday)


*Lefthanders indicated by asterisk

 

 

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Around MLB:

Jacob deGrom was scratched from tonight's start for the Mets because of tightness in his side.   Starting in his place will be former Oriole Miguel Castro.

The Giants got 10 runs in the top of the first of game 1 of a doubleheader against Colorado at Coors Field.

Clayton Kershaw lasted just 1 inning vs the Cubs today, giving up 4 runs.  It was the shortest outing of his career.   His previous shortest, 1.1 innings, was on May 4, 2010, so Kershaw does not do very well on Star Wars Day.

Christian Yelich came off the IL after almost 3 weeks last night, and went 2 for 4 vs the Phillies.    He went back on the IL today with a sore back, the same thing that put him on the IL previously.

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Excuse me while I kiss this guy...

Tuesday night, I got GOOD and primed for Alton (Brown) and Elizabeth's Tuesday livestream... so I'm pretty drunk already. Sorry...

I'll try to behave. :)

 

I AM being have!

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Be alert.

 

 

 

Because the world needs more lerts!

 

 

 

 

 

 

These are my mom's old OLD jokes. So blame her!

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Hahaha

do you know why you should never go into the jungle between 2 and 4 in the afternoon???

Because that’s when elephant are jumping out of trees!

(pause)

Hey! Do you know why pygmies are short???

BECAUSE THEY GO INTO THE JJNGLE BETWEEN 2 AND 4 IN THE AFTERNOON!

 

(Har-dee-har-har)

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4 minutes ago, Philip said:

Howdy Scott!

hows life and the Lord treating you?

Good enough. Nothing special.

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You don't want us slowing down the inning? Don't change your lineup without us knowing about it!

 

On YOU Servais!

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7 minutes ago, scOtt said:

What did Norfolk do tonight? Did Bowie start too?

Norfolk is losing 11-5 in the 9th.  Connor Greene got pounded, as did Clay Carroll.

Nevin and Mejias-Brean each had 2 hits including a HR.  Jahmai Jones made an error.

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