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How much of the walks is a regression of his past performances vs. the weather conditions

I think weather conditions and the plate umpire are contributing. Cabrera is never going to be a guy who doesn't walk anybody anyway. I don't mind if he walks a few.

Wow, Markakis was really slowed down by the wet grass going after that one. I hope nobody gets hurt in this game. I kind of hope we can finish this inning and then have the rain get a little harder and get it called.

And as I say that about injuries Luis and Luke collide. They seem to be laughing about it though.

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75 through 5 innings, 40 of them for strikes. He's already thrown more balls thanhe did in 95 pitches his last time out.

Eh that's alright its cold and wet out, he may not be getting a good handle on it, plus a small strike zone.

But 75 is fine, that's an average of 15 pitches an innings, which I think is normal

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