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Nick Markakis - RF

Steve Pearce - 1B

Adam Jones - CF

Nelson Cruz - LF

Delmon Young - DH

J.J. Hardy - SS

Chris Davis - 3B

Caleb Joseph - C

Jonathan Schoop - 2B

David Stefan Norris - RHP (10-7, 3.75 ERA)


Alejandro De Aza - LF

Alexei Ramirez - SS

Jose Abreu - 1B

Adam Dunn - DH

Avisail Garcia - RF

Conor Gillaspie - 3B

Tyler Flowers - C

Jordan Danks - CF

Gordon Beckham - 2B

Chris Sale - LHP (10-2, 2.01 ERA)


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I never intentionally write for the so called "reverse jinx", but if it works out that way, all the better.I honestly don't think we have much of a chance off Sale, but, as they say. "thats why they play the game".

I agree. If we didn't play the games, the powers that be would just hand it over to Boston and New York on alternating years. Bah!!

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