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per Connolly

Here’s the lineup:

O's

Adam Jones CF

Ty Wigginton 2B

Nick Markakis RF

Miguel Tejada 3B

Nolan Reimold LF

Luke Scott DH

Garrett Atkins 1B

Craig Tatum C

Cesar Izturis SS

Brad Bergesen RHP

Tampa

S. Rodriguez, 2B

C. Crawford, LF

B. Zobrist, RF

E. Longoria, 3B

C. Pena, 1B

B. Upton, CF

P. Burrell, DH

R. Brignac, SS

D. Navarro, C

Would've liked to see Pie still in lineup- but I realize it's a lefty.... should be interesting....

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Play by Play for those at work:

Rodriguez flies out to Center

Crawford pops up to SS... Izzy looses it in the sun, Tejada comes over to try and catch it but fails. E-5. Tejada now has both errors on the season for the O's.

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Play by Play for those at work:

Rodriguez flies out to Center

Crawford pops up to SS... Izzy looses it in the sun, Tejada comes over to try and catch it but fails. E-5. Tejada now has both errors on the season for the O's.

Ironic so soon after my thread today too. But there we go Reimy.

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