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RADAR is beyond red into maroon and violet. :eek:

Want a little drama to go with the impending weather? Turn on The Weather Channel. They'll have an orange crawl, an ominous beeping prompt, and dire messages like, if you venture out into this storm, you are putting your life at risk.

Now that NBC owns them, TWC does everything they can to jazz up the weather. :laughlol:

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Good it's official. The first half team would have had this one rained out. Before the top of the 5th.

Anyone remember the game a few season ago against the yankees where they postponed the game in the middle of an inning (after a rainy yankees come back) despite the Orioles having lead before the inning began?

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Want a little drama to go with the impending weather? Turn on The Weather Channel. They'll have an orange crawl, an ominous beeping prompt, and dire messages like, if you venture out into this storm, you are putting your life at risk.

Now that NBC owns them, TWC does everything they can to jazz up the weather. :laughlol:

Ratings, man. Ratings. :P

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Unable to watch...

How does Bell look in the field and at the plate?

thx

Good in the field, one play and good throw. Another play he was playing in and the guy RIPPED one straight at him. About tore his glove off for a hit.

Another nice 2 rbi double to left center.

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Unable to watch...

How does Bell look in the field and at the plate?

thx

Bell's D has been iffy. He's showing a strong arm, but his throws are erratic. On the plate, he's swinging WAAAYY too much at the pitches in the dirt (a la AJ)

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Bell's D has been iffy. He's showing a strong arm, but his throws are erratic. On the plate, he's swinging WAAAYY too much at the pitches in the dirt (a la AJ)

That too.

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The storm is splitting in two on the radar' date=' looks like it will miss downtown.

Could Buck be parting the storms like the Red Sea? :eektf:[/quote']

LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:laughlol:

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Bell's D has been iffy. He's showing a strong arm, but his throws are erratic. On the plate, he's swinging WAAAYY too much at the pitches in the dirt (a la AJ)

The more he plays, the better it should get.

We hope. :scratchchinhmm: ;)

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