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For the Orioles:

Adam Jones CF

Nick Markakis RF

Matt Wieters C

Miguel Tejada 3B

Luke Scott DH

Ty Wigginton 2B

Rhyne Hughes 1B

Nolan Reimold LF

Cesar Izturis SS

Brian Matusz LHP

For the Yankees:

Jeter SS

Swisher RF

Teixeira 1B

Rodriguez 3B

Cano 2B

Thames DH

Granderson CF

Cervelli C

Gardner LF

Burnett RHP

courtesy of Roch

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"Robinson Cano is literally on fire.". What the?

He must have said something nasty to Wieters.

Maybe he is passing through fire on the way to hell?

My old baseball coach used to misuse the word literally. He literally threw BBs. Sandy Koufax had a curveball that literally fell off the table, etc.

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