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"Christopher vs. Christopher."

Reminiscent of "Jeremy vs. Jeremy" when Guthrie pitched for us against the Southwestern Floridians' Hellickson.

BALTIMORE ORIOLES

Nick Markakis - RF

Manny Machado - 3B

Nelson Cruz - LF

Adam Jones - CF

Matt Wieters - DH

J.J. Hardy - SS

Steve Clevenger - C

Steve Pearce - 1B

Ryan Flaherty - 2B

Chris Tillman - RHP (3-1, 3.68 E.R.A.)

TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYS

Ben Zobrist - 2B

Desmond Jennings - CF

Matt Joyce - LF

Evan Longoria - 3B

James Loney - 1B

Wil Myers - RF

David DeJesus - DH

Yunel Escobar - SS

Ryan Hanigan - C

Chris Archer - RHP (2-1, 4.84 E.R.A.)

http://www.baseballpress.com/lineups

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St. Christopher is a widely popular saint, especially revered by athletes, mariners, ferrymen, and travelers. He is revered as one of the Fourteen Holy Helpers. He holds patronage of things related to travel and travelers.

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"Christopher vs. Christopher."

Reminiscent of "Jeremy vs. Jeremy" when Guthrie pitched for us against the Southwestern Floridians' Hellickson.

BALTIMORE ORIOLES

Nick Markakis - RF

Manny Machado - 3B

Nelson Cruz - LF

Adam Jones - CF

Matt Wieters - DH

J.J. Hardy - SS

Steve Clevenger - C

Steve Pearce - 1B

Ryan Flaherty - 2B

Chris Tillman - RHP (3-1, 3.68 E.R.A.)

TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYS

Ben Zobrist - 2B

Desmond Jennings - CF

Matt Joyce - LF

Evan Longoria - 3B

James Loney - 1B

Wil Myers - RF

David DeJesus - DH

Yunel Escobar - SS

Ryan Hanigan - C

Chris Archer - RHP (2-1, 4.84 E.R.A.)

http://www.baseballpress.com/lineups

In Chris Archer's last 2 outings, he gave up 9 runs in 10.67 innings pitched, for an E.R.A. of 7.59.

In his last outing, Archer gave out 6 free passes (5 walks a 1 hit batsman), in 4.67 innings pitched. In that game, his strikes-t-balls ratio was: (45 Strikes, 39 Balls.)

In Chris Tillman's last 3 outings, he has given up 13 earned in 15.3 innings pitched, for an E.R.A. of 7.63.

In those 3 outings, Tillman gave out 10 free passes (9 walks and 1 hit batsman) in those 15.33 innings, for an average of 1 free pass every 1.533 innings pitched.

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