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O's already up 3-0 vs. Tampa Bay, Aug. 13


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B. Roberts, 2B .262 .333 .381

N. Markakis, RF .293 .375 .439

T. Wigginton, 1B .262 .334 .454

L. Scott, DH .291 .351 .570

A. Jones, CF .282 .318 .452

F. Pie, LF .294 .322 .471

M. Wieters, C .244 .321 .372

C. Izturis, SS .245 .290 .283

J. Bell, 3B .218 .218 .255

J. Guthrie, SP 6W 11L 4.04 ERA

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2B Brob

RF Markakis

1B Wigginton

DH Scott

CF Jones

LF Pie

C Matt Wieters

SS Cesar Izturis

3B Josh Bell

SP Guthrie


C Jaso

2B Zobrist

LF Crawford

3B Longoria

RF Joyce

DH Aybar

1B Johnson

CF Upton

SS Brignac

SP Shields

Thanks! characters

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Back to back doubles by Jones and Pié make it 3-0 despite a bad start to the inning. Shields up to 28 pitches and he aint out of trouble yet!

Someone please post the lineup! :laughlol:


Roberts, B, 2B

Markakis, RF

Wigginton, 1B

Scott, DH

Jones, A, CF

Pie, LF

Wieters, C

Izturis, C, SS

Bell, 3B

P. Gutherie

Tampa Bay

Jaso, J, C

Zobrist, 2B

Crawford, LF

Longoria, 3B

Joyce, RF

Aybar, W, DH

Johnson, D, 1B

Upton, B, CF

Brignac, R, SS

P. Shields

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Haha, it looks like he isn't used to it either...

Who can blame him? He's probably shaking with excitement at the chance for another W. With six already, he's got a very good shot at a double-figures total for the season.

Rays announcers sd Markakis's catch was fantastic, but I cdn't understand their description of it.

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