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7/5: Orioles at Tigers


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For the Orioles:

Corey Patterson LF

Miguel Tejada 3B

Nick Markakis RF

Ty Wigginton DH

Adam Jones CF

Matt Wieters C

Jake Fox 1B

Julio Lugo 2B

Cesar Izturis SS

Kevin Millwood RHP

For the Tigers:

Austin Jackson CF

Johnny Damon DH

Magglio Ordonez RF

Miguel Cabrera 1B

Brennan Boesch LF

Carlos Guillen 2B

Brandon Inge 3B

Alex Avila C

Ramon Santiago SS

Andy Oliver LHP

Bell is available off the bench (leg cramps forced him out of the game yesterday).

Let's see how many OH'ers know that it's an afternoon game today. :D

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Every time I see Lugo's name in the lineup over Moore, it just makes me scratch my head. Moore is a better defender and a better hitter and yet he gets benched for Lugo who can only sacrifice bunt well. I know it's a LH pitcher, but Lugo doesn't hit anybody well...

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Every time I see Lugo's name in the lineup over Moore, it just makes me scratch my head. Moore is a better defender and a better hitter and yet he gets benched for Lugo who can only sacrifice bunt well. I know it's a LH pitcher, but Lugo doesn't hit anybody well...

Hell, I'd rather just see Moore in there instead, all stats aside.

At least he has a chance (slim, but it's still there) to be an everyday ML player. Lugo is at the end of his career.

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WooHoo didn't know it was an afternoon game. Was checking ESPN for sports news and saw O's leading 1-0 over Detroit in the first.

Awesome. I'm outside on my laptop so I guess I'll follow via GameCast.

Patterson making things happen. Nice!

I hope Millwood is good today....

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Wow what an AB by Magglio. 9 pitches so far. Tons of foul balls....

Edit: Ugh a walk. 10 pitches to give up a walk. That's a killer. If Millwood pitches 100 pitches, 10% was on that one single at bat. I'd love to see the O's offense do that more often than they do!!

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Millwood looking sharp as ever. :rolleyes:

Maybe some desperate National League team could make use of him, but I can't see anyone being interested in a guy who can't throw strikes, game after game, throwing 84-mph fastballs right handed. Seems to me we're stuck with him.

Still only 1 out in the bottom of the first, Detroit now leading 3-1 on walks and base hits and 28 pitches...

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