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Orioles vs. White Sox 4/22/09 Game 2

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Tonight's lineups

White Sox

Chris Getz 2B

Josh Fields 3B

Carlos Quentin LF

Jim Thome DH

Jermaine Dye RF

Paul Konerko 1B

A.J. Pierzynski C

Alexei Ramirez SS

Brian Anderson CF

John Danks LHP

Orioles

Brian Roberts 2B

Adam Jones CF

Nick Markakis RF

Aubrey Huff 1B

Ty Wigginton 3B

Luke Scott DH

Lou Montanez LF

Gregg Zaun C

Cesar Izturis SS

Jeremy Guthrie RHP

Lineup notes: Adam Jones will again try to return to the lineup after being a late scratch on Tuesday because of continuing soreness in his hamstring.

Wednesday: 7:05 p.m.. John Danks (1-0, 0.75) vs. Jeremy Guthrie (2-0, 4.32).

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I like Monty and Zaun batting 7 and 8 in our line up. Wiggy has hit more than 20 home runs the last 3 years. Tonight is his break out game. Bergesen was a jolt to this team last night. We're going to score some runs tonight with Jones back in the line up. Look for Guthrie to pitch a gem tonight.

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Is it just me or has Jermaine Dye never been the same ever since he broke a bone on a foul ball in the playoffs a few years back?

I think its just you. Wasnt he in the running for MVP last year? Or is that just me.

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Okay, its just me, then.

I know he's been a great hitter, but there's times when he doesn't even seem like the same guy. And I don't think 5 seasons ago was "a LONG time" ago.

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