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Baltimore @ Cleveland, 8/11/2010, Game 2


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For the Orioles:

Brian Roberts 2B

Nick Markakis RF

Ty Wigginton 1B

Luke Scott DH

Adam Jones CF

Felix Pie LF

Matt Wieters C

Cesar Izturis SS

Josh Bell 3B

Brad Bergesen RHP

For the Indians:

Michael Brantley CF

Asdrubal Cabrera SS

Shin-Soo Choo RF

Shelley Duncan DH

Jordan Brown LF

Matt LaPorta 1B

Luis Valbuena 3B

Jayson Nix 2B

Chris Gimenez C

Josh Tomlin RHP

7-1, yet still no thread? For shame.

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Luke grounds out to 2nd base, drives in Markakis. 2 outs, runner at 3rd.

1 - 0, Orioles!

Adam Jones HBP (shoulder, he's fine). Runners on 1st and 3rd, 2 out.

Awful lonely in here.

Felix Pie grounds out to end the inning.

Orioles up, 1-0.

That's all I'm going to be able to transcribe for now, leaving work in a few.

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Frustrating. In the 1st inning, we had Tomlin throwing 17 pitches, then Pie comes up and has a one-pitch at bat. Then this inning we make the guy throw 10 pitches total. We could have had him set up for a 5th/6th inning departure, with the Tribe's bullpen in tatters after yesterday.

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