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Tonight is the most important rain out of the season


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If they don't get rained out tonight the season is over, if they end up playing tonight next year will be a rebuilding year.

I agree, but only if they play and Minnesota gets a man on in the first inning. If that happens, maybe try to pass Davis, Chen and O'Day through waivers, try to make a deal for them.

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If it rains, it'll be slippery in the parking lot. If it's slippery in the parking lot, an arbalest might not be sufficient to defeat the oak tree that threatens to end the Orioles' season. If the Orioles season isn't ended, they'll have to play all the way through the break against robots, and they'll be so tired that their next regular season against real people will be horrible and they'll break the record for losses in a season.

Sent from a sleepy, half-dozing haze while sitting at my desk at work because I didn't get enough sleep. Sufficiently little sleep without caffeine is indistinguishable from being drunk.

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