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TAMPA BAY DEVIL R AYS

Kevin Kiermaier - CF

Matthew Duffy - 3B

Jakob Bauers - 1B

Christopher John Cron - DH

Joseph Wendle - LF

Daniel Robertson - 2B

Mallex Smith - RF

Jesus Marcelo Sucre Medina - C

Willy Adames - SS

Ryne Thomas Stanek - RHP )) (1-2, 1.86 ERA)

 

BALTIMORE O RIOLES

Tim Beckham - SS

Jonathan Schoop - 2B

Adam Jones - CF

Mark Trumbo - DH

Chris Davis - 1B

Danny Valencia - 3B

Trey Mancini - LF

Joseph Rickard - RF

Caleb Martin Joseph - C

Kevin "K.J" Gausman - RHP )) (4-8, 4.54 ERA)

 

http://www.baseballpress.com/lineups

 

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In Game 1 of their doubleheader today, the Yankees were at least a -400 betting favorite against Kansas City.   That means that you would have to bet $400 on the Yankees to win just $100 (or $40 to win $10, or $80 to win $20, etc).   And I saw a listing on CBS sports that actually had them at -510, which would be the biggest baseball line ever, though I have no idea if any sportsbook was actually offering those odds.   At any rate, the Yankees were as big a favorite in the game as I have seen in any game in the majors all season, and if the -510 was actually the line at any real sports book, they were probably the biggest favorite of any game in the history of gambling on baseball.

KC won 10-5.

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10 minutes ago, SteveA said:

In Game 1 of their doubleheader today, the Yankees were at least a -400 betting favorite against Kansas City.   That means that you would have to bet $400 on the Yankees to win just $100 (or $40 to win $10, or $80 to win $20, etc).   And I saw a listing on CBS sports that actually had them at -510, which would be the biggest baseball line ever, though I have no idea if any sportsbook was actually offering those odds.   At any rate, the Yankees were as big a favorite in the game as I have seen in any game in the majors all season, and if the -510 was actually the line at any real sports book, they were probably the biggest favorite of any game in the history of gambling on baseball.

KC won 10-5.

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2 hours ago, SteveA said:

 

In Game 1 of their doubleheader today, the Yankees were at least a -400 betting favorite against Kansas City.   That means that you would have to bet $400 on the Yankees to win just $100 (or $40 to win $10, or $80 to win $20, etc).   And I saw a listing on CBS sports that actually had them at -510, which would be the biggest baseball line ever, though I have no idea if any sportsbook was actually offering those odds.   At any rate, the Yankees were as big a favorite in the game as I have seen in any game in the majors all season, and if the -510 was actually the line at any real sports book, they were probably the biggest favorite of any game in the history of gambling on baseball.

KC won by a score of 10-5.

 

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The score (and the swings in momentum) are very reminiscent of Opening Day in 2009, when the Orioles took a big lead early on, the Yankees closed the gap to 6-5 in the mid-to-late innings, and then the Orioles scored 4 runs in the 8th to secure the) W.

 

I was at that game.

 

https://www.baseball-reference.com/boxes/BAL/BAL200904060.shtml

 

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Just about 4 blocks north of Oriole park, the Arena Football League Championship Game is being held between the Baltimore Brigade and the Washington Valor.  It's on CBS Sports Network if you want to check it out.

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2 minutes ago, Chavez Ravine said:

Can Tim Beckham be half OK? Is he really our shortstop for the next two years?

He's been pretty awful at short since Manny was dealt.   Certainly not a long term solution.   A placeholder until Grenier or Hall or someone else is ready, I suppose.

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