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Who’s psyched to watch some spring baseball?


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3 minutes ago, Frobby said:

I’m mostly interested in seeing Diaz and Martin.   Maybe some of the pitchers who follow Ramírez (don’t know who that will be).   

Josh Rogers, Mike Wright Jr., Paul Fry, Evan Phillips, Bo Schultz and Zach Pop are the available pitchers Saturday behind starter Yefry Ramírez.

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14 hours ago, Frobby said:

I am!    I pretty much tuned out sometime last May, and it feels like I haven’t watched a game in a year. I don’t care how bad this team might be, give me a ballgame to watch!    Very psyched for Brandon’s boys to take the field!    

 

Enjoy it Frobby. I sure wish I could watch it.

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I watched the entire game from start to finish.  Cisco looked good both at bat and behind the dish.  Glad he got a Chance to play!  Diaz hit a monster shot and looked all that he was advertised to be.  The ss competition began with little to see save for Jackson's arm.  Mullins was all over the field on D and O.  Nice game for him with a nice 2B from the right side.  Mountcastle held his own at first ranging to start a DP with aforementioned Jackson.  Nunez airmailed a throw to first per usual.  Nothing stood out to me from the pitching side.

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5 hours ago, o'sfansince1970 said:

Since I live in NC and cannot get a dish at my house, it looks like another year of seeing the Os on TV 4-5 times. I guess I'll be gone before the whole MASN thing gets fixed.

I live in NC, Asheville   And see all the O’s I want with an MLB.com streaming subscription. Rarely blacked out.

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2 hours ago, vatech1994 said:

Were you in house too?  Damn, I wish I knew. We could have had a beer together. 

No, my brother, at home here in FL but 2 1/2 hours away.  I'm hoping to see Harper and the Phils vs the O's on 3/10, though, over there.

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19 hours ago, OFFNY said:

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If I was psyched enough to travel to Boston to see the last-place Orioles play at Fenway Park in September of 2009, I suppose that there isn't anything Orioles-related that I won't be psyched for ........ although I concede that Spring Training games that don't count in the standings takes a lot of luster of it off for me ........ I'd rather watch the AAA-Tides in a game that counts than watch the Orioles in a game that doesn't count. That's how my fandom is wired.

 

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A few thoughts:

- Sisco put a beautiful swing on the fastball he hit for a HR.    Short to the ball and effortless.    He also had a really good AB vs. a lefty pitcher his next time up, taking two very close pitches on his way to a walk.    I was disappointed he didn’t get a third at bat.   He looked great.   

- Díaz really does look like he put on 25 pounds over the winter.   He looks like a beast.   

- Loved seeing Mullins wreaking havoc on the bases and getting good jumps in the OF.

- Jace Peterson did a lousy job at 2B, making an ill-advised throw to 3B on a relay that allowed the batter to advance to 2B, and later making a very high feed to Martin on a potential DP that caused Martin to throw awkwardly and off line.  

- Núñez almost threw a ball away on a routine grounder in the first, then was slow making a throw to 2B when the batter was advancing on the ill-advised throw by Peterson referenced above.   

- Reinheimer and Jackson turned a tough DP and Jackson made a very strong throw on the play.    

- I only saw the first six innings, but none of the pitchers impressed me.  

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