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Pitched decent first two innings and then started having issues. Gave up 4 runs over 5 innings. 92 pitches. 66 strikes. Did have 7 Ks. Wonder if he gets another rehab start.

One would hope so. He was hitting 95 on the gun and still got whipped up on by AA guys.

The no walks was nice.

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Wish I could have found that site. I don't think Norris did enough to take Wright's spot. Maybe Chaz Roe's spot.

If Roe loses his spot to Norris I'm turning in my Orioles fan card! I don't have a card, I just thought someone should be outraged on behalf of Chaz.

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Maybe people will finally arrive at the conclusion he's a below average pitcher who exceeded expectations for us last year.

I know lots of people don't care for Bud and that they gave up too much for him.

But, I don't buy into, that he is a below average pitcher.

But, for whatever reason, he isn't the same pitcher this season as he was, last year.

I suspect next season, he will be pitching elsewhere, and the new Calvary will be here.

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