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CARDINALS

Ryan Theriot - SS

Jon Jay - RF

Matt Holliday - LF

Lance Berkman 1B

David Freese - 3B

Colby Rasmus - CF

Yadier Molina - C

Mark Hamilton - DH

Nick Punto - 2B

Kyle Lohse – P (7-4, 2.91 ERA)

ORIOLES

J.J. Hardy - SS

Nick Markakis - RF

Adam Jones - CF

Vladimir Guerrero - DH

Matt Wieters - C

Derrek Lee -1B

Luke Scott - LF

Mark Reynolds - 3B

Robert Andino - 2B

Zach “GREAT” Britton – P (6-5, 3.19 ERA)

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