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HOUSTON ASTROS

George Springer - RF

Jose Altuve - 2B

Preston Tucker - LF

Evan Gattis - DH

Colby Rasmus - CF

Luis Valbuena - 3B

Chris Carter - 1B

Jason Castro - C

Marwin Gonzalez - SS

Collin Alexander McHugh - RHP (5-2, 4.06 ERA)

BALTIMORE O RIOLES

Manny Machado - 3B

Travis Snider - LF

Jimmy Paredes - DH

Adam Jones - CF

Chris Davis - 1B

Steve Pearce - RF

James Jerry Hardy - SS

Ryan Flaherty - 2B

Caleb Joseph - C

Ubaldo Jimenez Garcia - RHP (3-3, 2.82 ERA)

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Yes, but Roch Kubatko stated that there is a severe thunderstorm watch for Baltimore until 7 P.M.

It sounds like the worst-case scenario would be a late start.

Stormed like crazy here the last two hours. Just passed thru.

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Good stuff there with Caleb. Davis asked him how much He and the pitcher talk between innings. Calebs said lots. Talking about what I see, what he sees. How they want to sequence it different. 2nd time thru the order, well we did this the 1st time. What do we want to do next time. Constantly talking. With all the pitchers. "It's like a chess game out there."

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