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vs. Royals 10/14, (Game Three A.L.C.S.)


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Guys. It's Jeremy Guthrie.

For the Orioles

Nick Markakis RF

Alejandro De Aza LF

Adam Jones CF

Nelson Cruz DH

Steve Pearce 1B

J.J. Hardy SS

Ryan Flaherty 3B

Nick Hundley C

Jonathan Schoop 2B

Wei-Yin Chen LHP

For the Royals

Alcides Escobar SS

Nori Aoki RF

Lorenzo Cain CF

Eric Hosmer 1B

Billy Butler DH

Alex Gordon LF

Salvador Perez C

Omar Infante 2B

Mike Moustakas 3B

Jeremy Guthrie RHP

Thanks, Weams.

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1. Nick Markakis (L) RF

2. Alejandro De Aza (L) LF

3. Adam Jones ® CF

4. Nelson Cruz ® DH

5. Steve Pearce ® 1B

6. J.J. Hardy ® SS

7. Ryan Flaherty (L) 3B

8. Nick Hundley ® C

9. Jonathan Schoop ® 2B

Not trying to steal OFFNY's thunder...

Thanks for the pinch-hit, David.

And GOOOOOOOO, Cornhuskers.

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Hundley hits .400 against Guthrie. And maybe Buck will pull the Delmon card early. Or against the first lefty.

Let's rough up our old friend Jeremy and see if we can get Tim Collins to make an appearance in this series. That would be a nice spot for Delmon.

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