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Thursday, Sept 16: last game vs the Yankees, in the twilight

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Just now, OriolesMagic83 said:

Congrats to Mountcastle on Orioles' HR record.  What is the RBI record?  It seems like he might have a shot at that.

Mullins doesn't have a HR or a SB in this game! He's a SLACKER!

 

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