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Wednesday, July 28: last game of the homestand vs the Marlins

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Gametime:  7:05 pm

Forecast:  Mid 80s, slight chance of rain

MatchupJordan Holloway (R) vs Jorge Lopez (R)


1. Miguel Rojas (R) SS
2. Isan Diaz (L) 2B
3. Jesus Aguilar (R) DH
4. Adam Duvall (R) RF
5. Brian Anderson (R) 3B
6. Lewin Diaz (L) 1B
7. Jorge Alfaro (R) C
8. Lewis Brinson (R) LF
9. Magneuris Sierra (L) CF
1. Cedric Mullins (L) CF
2. Austin Hays (R) LF
3. Trey Mancini (R) DH
4. Ryan Mountcastle (R) 1B
5. DJ Stewart (L) RF
6. Ramon Urias (R) SS
7. Pedro Severino (R) C
8. Maikel Franco (R) 3B
9. Domingo Leyba (S) 2B
Orioles Bench
Ryan McKenna (R)
Pat Valaika (R)
Austin Wynns (R)

Bullpen Availability (last pitched)

   Thomas Eshelman 2.0 IP, 52p as a starter Saturday, July 10
   Paul Fry*  1.0 IP, 23p Sunday  
   Cole Sulser 0.1 IP, 6p Sunday   
   Tanner Scott*  1.0 IP, 20p Saturday;  1.1 IP, 15p Friday 
   Dillon Tate, 1.0 IP, 12p Saturday; 1.0 IP, 12p Friday 
   Cesar Valdez 1.0 IP, 26p Sunday

Not Available
   Shaun Anderson, 2.0 innings, 30 pitches last night

   Adam Plutko 1.0 IP, 21p last night;  1.0 IP, 14p Saturday
   Connor Greene 2.0 IP, 37 pitches last night

*denotes lefthander

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1 minute ago, SteveA said:

I have a good feeling about this game.   Let's finish off the homestand with a W.

And Jim Palmer thinks Lopez is going 7 innings tonight!

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Maybe I’m just too worked up about Watkins, but I’m not terribly interested and Lopez I would much rather see Watkins, I really think he’s one of the most interesting things on the team this year.

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