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9/1: BoSox at Orioles

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I guess it would be Simon's saves, minus his blown saves over 100.

If a Hendrickson leaves the Bullpen at 9:30 pm, traveling approximately 300 feet to the mound, and a Simon starts warming up at 10:02 pm, how long will it take for Hendrickson and Simon to throw pitches that collide with baseball bats if x is runs and y is losing?

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