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Pedro Cerrano

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I would also like to say that my productivity at the office is at an alltime low, and it's baseball's fault. Yikes, focus has been tough the last couple of weeks! Here I am in a seemingly random game thread that isn't even about the Orioles directly instead of doing my job. Oy vey.

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I would also like to say that my productivity at the office is at an alltime low, and it's baseball's fault. Yikes, focus has been tough the last couple of weeks! Here I am in a seemingly random game thread that isn't even about the Orioles directly instead of doing my job. Oy vey.

Ditto. I'd say the day after game 162 last year I was useless, but I generally am able to balance things. This month has been really tough.

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It's not about Roy. Other posters have done the same, and we (posters and the moderators) have re-directed them, as well.

We've been doing a scoreboard watching thread every day for the last 3 weeks, and it makes it easier for everyone if we're all on the same page, and in the same section (Game Threads.)

Right, but it's been repeated ad nauseum that the same rules don't apply to Roy, so why beat a dead horse? It's cool that he posts here at all, and it's easier for people to see his threads when he posts on the main board and starts his own threads. Like I said, just go with it.

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MARINERS

Dustin Ackley - 2B

Franklin Gutierrez - CF

Kyle Seager - 3B

Jesus Montero - C

John Jaso - DH

Justin Smoak - 1B

Michael Saunders - LF

Casper Wells - RF

Brendan Ryan - SS

Hisashi Iwakuma - RHP (7-5, 3.41 ERA)

ANGELS

Mike Trout - CF

Torii Hunter - RF

Albert Pujols - DH

Kendrys Morales - 1B

Alberto Callaspo - 3B

Howard Kendrick - 2B

Erick Aybar - SS

Vernon Wells - LF

Chris Iannetta - C

Dan Haren - RHP (12-11, 4.35 ERA)

http://baseballpress.com/lineup.php

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Right, but it's been repeated ad nauseum that the same rules don't apply to Roy, so why beat a dead horse? It's cool that he posts here at all, and it's easier for people to see his threads when he posts on the main board and starts his own threads. Like I said, just go with it.

Again, it's not about Roy. We're been doing the scoreboard game threads every day, so maybe you can just go with that.

And as I type, the threads has been merged.

Thank you, mods.

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Feel bad for the team. Their organization is garbage - have you read that thing about the military training in the minor leagues? So stupid, I hope the owner guts the entire front office.

Yeah. Seems overwrought and poorly thought out. I was hoping for their fans' sake that their long losing streak would end this year too.

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