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I get so antsy the day we come back from the All Star break!


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Figures that the day they come back I'm on the road. I will be in Weams' neck of the woods around game time so I've sent him a text to see if any stations out there carry the O's. I do have the MLB app and can listen anyways through the aux jack in my car, but I'm not trying to eat up all that data, but I will do what I must.

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Bump.....I've been climbing the walls. From the players' perspective, I get why they wanted to extend the all-star break from three days to four a few years back, but as a fan, I loathe it. Play ball!

My wife and I had our first child last Thursday morning and got home from the hospital on Sunday afternoon, so it's been a good break from baseball while we've been adjusting to life with a baby. But otherwise, I totally agree. Can't wait to get back to watching our guys play ball.

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My wife and I had our first child last Thursday morning and got home from the hospital on Sunday afternoon, so it's been a good break from baseball while we've been adjusting to life with a baby. But otherwise, I totally agree. Can't wait to get back to watching our guys play ball.

Congratulations! It's been almost 27 years since our first child was born, but I still remember it like it was yesterday. Exciting times for you!

Our daughter was born in the last week of the "Why Not" 1989 season, and really helped me keep things in perspective when the Blue Jays beat us in heartbreaking fashion on the last Friday and Saturday of the season to eliminate us with one game left in the year. It was still very disappointing, but somehow didn't seem all that important in the grand scheme of things, with a 4-5 day old baby in the house.

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Congratulations! It's been almost 27 years since our first child was born, but I still remember it like it was yesterday. Exciting times for you!

Our daughter was born in the last week of the "Why Not" 1989 season, and really helped me keep things in perspective when the Blue Jays beat us in heartbreaking fashion on the last Friday and Saturday of the season to eliminate us with one game left in the year. It was still very disappointing, but somehow didn't seem all that important in the grand scheme of things, with a 4-5 day old baby in the house.

Thanks! It's hard to get angry at baseball when the house feels so zen right now. Even with a brand new baby and two crazy dogs.

When we got to the hospital last Wednesday, I jokingly asked my wife to scroll through the TV lineup to see if they had MASN. Sure enough, we sat and watched a (very stressful) 14-inning baseball game while she was in labor. LOL. Needless to say, she's a saint. And to be clear, she wouldn't have changed the channel to anything else!

I hope I can remember this sentiment when the Orioles, Hokies, and 49ers fail to win their respective championships this year.

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Bump ..... I've been climbing the walls. From the players' perspective, I get why they wanted to extend the All-Star break from three days to four a few years back, but as a fan, I loathe it. Play ball!

It's not the Orioles, but it is the first Major League baseball game since Sunday ....... and the lineups are out.

TEXAS RANGERS

Rougned Odor - 2B

Ian Desmond - CF

Nomar Mazara - RF

Adrian Beltre - 3B

Prince Fielder - 1B

Ryan Rua - LF

Elvis Andrus - SS

Robinson Chirinos - C

Martin Perez Jimenez - LHP (7-5, 3.85 ERA)

CHICAGO CUBS

Ben Zobrist - LF

Kris Bryant - 3B

Anthony Rizzo - 1B

Willson Contreras - C

Addison Russell - SS

Jason Heyward - RF

Javier Baez - 2B

Albert Almora, Jr. - CF

Kyle Christian Hendricks - RHP (7-6, 2.55 ERA)

http://www.baseballpress.com/lineups

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