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1 minute ago, Yossarian said:

Was Kremer part of the Machado deal that brought Diaz to the O's organization, too?

When are we gonna see Diaz? He's been in the minors for years. 

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And Palmer says,” ya gotta catch that ball….and…he just doesn’t catch it…”

Palmer is making no secret of how awful Severino is. Mountcastle isn’t great but he’s still a positive defender at first. He can stay… Severino can go.

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Just now, Can_of_corn said:

The O's don't have anyone in the minors that would be an improvement over him.  The cupboard is bare when it comes to catching prospects.

Wynns is an improvement over him. 

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1 minute ago, Yossarian said:

Palmer has no patience for Severino.  All year long he's been critical. 

Palmer had Dempsey for half a decade........he knows good catching when he sees it.  Severino is awful. 

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7 minutes ago, jdwilde1 said:

Who knows.  Initially, Roch reported that Hays “felt his hamstring grab” on Saturday night, but then updated the article to say that Hyde was just giving Hays a night off (nothing to do with physical injury).

And we believe that because….?

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Just now, Gurgi said:

Palmer had Dempsey for half a decade........he knows good catching when he sees it.  Severino is awful. 

Severino seems to have the tools and ability to be a decent catcher behind the plate too. That just makes it worse when it's a lack of effort instead of talent at being a good defensive catcher. 

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