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I think if Matusz doesn't pitch decently today, he'll go to Norfolk


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Another young O's starter who reached the big-leagues before he was ready, or wasn't that great of a draft pick in the 1st place...frustrating. Any chance we can pick up Z Greinke without including Bundy or Machado? How about offering Matucz & Arrieta for him? Throw in another minor league starter not named Bundy...?

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I've seen enough. You just can't let him go out there anymore. He's got zero confidence in a single pitch he throws. He may be damaged goods at this point. But putting him back out there at the big league level is doing him and the orioles no good. Send him to Norfolk and let Peterson have him for the rest of the season. It's a shame as a few short years ago it looked like we had an ace.

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