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6/23: Orioles vs. Nationals

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Anyone still disagree with my thread about betemit's lazy' date=' uninspired and error prone play costing this team games?

Yeah, I didn't think so.

Time to make a [b']trade for a real 3b[/b].....I can't take this garbage anymore.

Headley, Craig, Ramirez, Izturis, Callaspo.
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