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I'll have a go. Just the lazy lineup posting tonight. I don't know how Paddy does it! :P

For the Orioles

Manny Machado 3B

David Lough LF

Adam Jones CF

Chris Davis 1B

Delmon Young RF

Steve Clevenger C

Steve Pearce 2B

Jimmy Paredes DH

Ryan Flaherty SS

Miguel Gonzalez RHP

For the Astros

George Springer RF

Jose Altuve 2B

Preston Tucker LF

Evan Gattis DH

Luis Valbuena 3B

Chris Carter 1B

Jason Castro C

Jonathan Villar SS

Jake Marisnick CF

Lance McCullers RHP

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I'm not going to lie brothers and Sisters. It's getting harder and harder to watch or listen to O's games. I can tell by Joe and Fred's voice it's not fun for them either. So let's get through this together. Rather you have a fatty or beer let's try to enjoy the game.

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I'm not going to lie brothers and Sisters. It's getting harder and harder to watch or listen to O's games. I can tell by Joe and Fred's voice it's not fun for them either. So let's get through this together. Rather you have a fatty or beer let's try to enjoy the game.

I've had both. Let the good times roll!

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