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Nice job, Simon. Not a good time to bring him in. He hasn't pitched in a long time and he's at his best when the ball is down. It doesn't look like he's at all capable of keeping the ball down.

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AAwwww poor Marky crying on the bench get off the bench ya loser go take a cold shower and take your lefty arm to retire in south Florida.

will the O's lose 30-5 tonight?

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