Game 9 Thread: Orioles at Red Sox

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    Baltimore won with an inordinate amount of close games last year but they are clearly improving in talent level and they have 2 more young starters on the verge of mlb right now. They may be our primary competition this year. I like Toronto, Baltimore and Tampa Bay. To me it's a 4 team race.

     
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    JBJ didn't auto bite on that inside pitch. 

     
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    Baltimore won with an inordinate amount of close games last year but they are clearly improving in talent level and they have 2 more young starters on the verge of mlb right now. They may be our primary competition this year. I like Toronto, Baltimore and Tampa Bay. To me it's a 4 team race.

     



    And yet, there's another team not mentioned at all, lurking in the background. Although they currently don't look so good, it would be unwise to count them out.

     

     
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    Pedey!!!!

     

     
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    I would recommend a lighter bat for Mr. Napoli. He's just a tad slow with his swing and he has plenty of power. He needs more contact.

     
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    This is a good AB by Nap.

     
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    Baltimore won with an inordinate amount of close games last year but they are clearly improving in talent level and they have 2 more young starters on the verge of mlb right now. They may be our primary competition this year. I like Toronto, Baltimore and Tampa Bay. To me it's a 4 team race.

     



    And yet, there's another team not mentioned at all, lurking in the background. Although they currently don't look so good, it would be unwise to count them out.

     



    They must be in a different division. Surely you don't mean the Yankees.

     
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    Tough loss last night!  BRUTAL! 

    But....  It's nice to have certainty that our guys are going to battle hard and compete EVERY NIGHT!

    What a feeling!  I love knowing we have a chance to win every single night :)

     
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    Aceves needs to get out of this.

     
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    Yes!

     
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    Baltimore won with an inordinate amount of close games last year but they are clearly improving in talent level and they have 2 more young starters on the verge of mlb right now. They may be our primary competition this year. I like Toronto, Baltimore and Tampa Bay. To me it's a 4 team race.

     



    And yet, there's another team not mentioned at all, lurking in the background. Although they currently don't look so good, it would be unwise to count them out.

     

     



    They must be in a different division. Surely you don't mean the Yankees.

     

     



     

    While the NYY won 95 games ,the RS suffered a 48 yr low in wins last yr; surely you wouldn't include them? Especially since their Vegas odds are far higher? You would have had more credibility if you would have declared it was a 3 team race.



    i fail to see what last season has to do with the standings this season. Do the yankees get an extra 2 wins because they won 95 last year?

     
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    Baltimore won with an inordinate amount of close games last year but they are clearly improving in talent level and they have 2 more young starters on the verge of mlb right now. They may be our primary competition this year. I like Toronto, Baltimore and Tampa Bay. To me it's a 4 team race.

     



    And yet, there's another team not mentioned at all, lurking in the background. Although they currently don't look so good, it would be unwise to count them out.

     

     



    They must be in a different division. Surely you don't mean the Yankees.

     

     



     

    While the NYY won 95 games ,the RS suffered a 48 yr low in wins last yr; surely you wouldn't include them? Especially since their Vegas odds are far higher? You would have had more credibility if you would have declared it was a 3 team race.

     



    i fail to see what last season has to do with the standings this season. Do the yankees get an extra 2 wins because they won 95 last year?

     



    Actually they do. It's an obsure rule.

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    JBJ looking seriously overmatched so far this season....not sure he is ready...

     
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    Baltimore won with an inordinate amount of close games last year but they are clearly improving in talent level and they have 2 more young starters on the verge of mlb right now. They may be our primary competition this year. I like Toronto, Baltimore and Tampa Bay. To me it's a 4 team race.

     



    And yet, there's another team not mentioned at all, lurking in the background. Although they currently don't look so good, it would be unwise to count them out.

     

     



    They must be in a different division. Surely you don't mean the Yankees.

     

     



     

    While the NYY won 95 games ,the RS suffered a 48 yr low in wins last yr; surely you wouldn't include them? Especially since their Vegas odds are far higher? You would have had more credibility if you would have declared it was a 3 team race.

     



    i fail to see what last season has to do with the standings this season. Do the yankees get an extra 2 wins because they won 95 last year?

     

     



    No, but based on historical data, there's a high correlation. Regardless, perhaps you should check the previous discussion, where they were counted out this yr completely. 

     

     
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    Baltimore won with an inordinate amount of close games last year but they are clearly improving in talent level and they have 2 more young starters on the verge of mlb right now. They may be our primary competition this year. I like Toronto, Baltimore and Tampa Bay. To me it's a 4 team race.

     



    And yet, there's another team not mentioned at all, lurking in the background. Although they currently don't look so good, it would be unwise to count them out.

     

     



    They must be in a different division. Surely you don't mean the Yankees.

     

     



     

    While the NYY won 95 games ,the RS suffered a 48 yr low in wins last yr; surely you wouldn't include them? Especially since their Vegas odds are far higher? You would have had more credibility if you would have declared it was a 3 team race.

     



    i fail to see what last season has to do with the standings this season. Do the yankees get an extra 2 wins because they won 95 last year?

     

     



    No, but based on historical data, there's a high correlation. Regardless, perhaps you should check the previous discussion, where they were counted out this yr completely. 

     



    so were the A's and O's last season. what's your point?

     
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    Baltimore won with an inordinate amount of close games last year but they are clearly improving in talent level and they have 2 more young starters on the verge of mlb right now. They may be our primary competition this year. I like Toronto, Baltimore and Tampa Bay. To me it's a 4 team race.

     



    And yet, there's another team not mentioned at all, lurking in the background. Although they currently don't look so good, it would be unwise to count them out.

     

     



    They must be in a different division. Surely you don't mean the Yankees.

     

     



     

    While the NYY won 95 games ,the RS suffered a 48 yr low in wins last yr; surely you wouldn't include them? Especially since their Vegas odds are far higher? You would have had more credibility if you would have declared it was a 3 team race.

     



    i fail to see what last season has to do with the standings this season. Do the yankees get an extra 2 wins because they won 95 last year?

     

     



    No, but based on historical data, there's a high correlation. Regardless, perhaps you should check the previous discussion, where they were counted out this yr completely. 

     

     



    so were the A's and O's last season. what's your point?

     



    Go reread the sequence; that is, unless you're being coy for argument sake.

     
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    Baltimore won with an inordinate amount of close games last year but they are clearly improving in talent level and they have 2 more young starters on the verge of mlb right now. They may be our primary competition this year. I like Toronto, Baltimore and Tampa Bay. To me it's a 4 team race.

     



    And yet, there's another team not mentioned at all, lurking in the background. Although they currently don't look so good, it would be unwise to count them out.

     

     



    They must be in a different division. Surely you don't mean the Yankees.

     

     



     

    While the NYY won 95 games ,the RS suffered a 48 yr low in wins last yr; surely you wouldn't include them? Especially since their Vegas odds are far higher? You would have had more credibility if you would have declared it was a 3 team race.

     



    i fail to see what last season has to do with the standings this season. Do the yankees get an extra 2 wins because they won 95 last year?

     

     



    No, but based on historical data, there's a high correlation. Regardless, perhaps you should check the previous discussion, where they were counted out this yr completely. 

     

     



    so were the A's and O's last season. what's your point?

     

     



    Go reread the sequence; that is, unless you're being coy for argument sake.

     



    there's not really an argument here.. the reality of things are, the yankees are old and run down. anymore injuries and you can just pack it in for the season. The RS have retooled and look to be a solid team. last year has nothing to do with the results of this year. the ALE IS a 4 team race.

     
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    Baltimore won with an inordinate amount of close games last year but they are clearly improving in talent level and they have 2 more young starters on the verge of mlb right now. They may be our primary competition this year. I like Toronto, Baltimore and Tampa Bay. To me it's a 4 team race.

     



    And yet, there's another team not mentioned at all, lurking in the background. Although they currently don't look so good, it would be unwise to count them out.

     

     



    They must be in a different division. Surely you don't mean the Yankees.

     

     



     

    While the NYY won 95 games ,the RS suffered a 48 yr low in wins last yr; surely you wouldn't include them? Especially since their Vegas odds are far higher? You would have had more credibility if you would have declared it was a 3 team race.

     



    i fail to see what last season has to do with the standings this season. Do the yankees get an extra 2 wins because they won 95 last year?

     

     



    No, but based on historical data, there's a high correlation. Regardless, perhaps you should check the previous discussion, where they were counted out this yr completely. 

     

     



    so were the A's and O's last season. what's your point?

     

     



    Go reread the sequence; that is, unless you're being coy for argument sake.

     

     



    there's not really an argument here.. the reality of things are, the yankees are old and run down. anymore injuries and you can just pack it in for the season. The RS have retooled and look to be a solid team. last year has nothing to do with the results of this year. the ALE IS a 4 team race.

     

     



    While there's some validity to this, that's not what the experts think.  I myself have posted here on multiple occasions that this appears to be the worst NYY team coming out of the gate in 22 yrs. But, LOL, go count the NYY out.

     

     
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    Baltimore won with an inordinate amount of close games last year but they are clearly improving in talent level and they have 2 more young starters on the verge of mlb right now. They may be our primary competition this year. I like Toronto, Baltimore and Tampa Bay. To me it's a 4 team race.

     



    And yet, there's another team not mentioned at all, lurking in the background. Although they currently don't look so good, it would be unwise to count them out.

     

     



    They must be in a different division. Surely you don't mean the Yankees.

     

     



     

    While the NYY won 95 games ,the RS suffered a 48 yr low in wins last yr; surely you wouldn't include them? Especially since their Vegas odds are far higher? You would have had more credibility if you would have declared it was a 3 team race.

     



    i fail to see what last season has to do with the standings this season. Do the yankees get an extra 2 wins because they won 95 last year?

     

     



    No, but based on historical data, there's a high correlation. Regardless, perhaps you should check the previous discussion, where they were counted out this yr completely. 

     

     



    so were the A's and O's last season. what's your point?

     

     



    Go reread the sequence; that is, unless you're being coy for argument sake.

     

     



    there's not really an argument here.. the reality of things are, the yankees are old and run down. anymore injuries and you can just pack it in for the season. The RS have retooled and look to be a solid team. last year has nothing to do with the results of this year. the ALE IS a 4 team race.

     

     



    While there's some validity to this, that's not what the experts think.  I myself have posted here on multiple occasions that this appears to be the worst NYY team coming out of the gate in 22 yrs. But, LOL, go count the NYY out.

     



    if the experts words were law then there would be no reason to play the games..

    experts are often wrong. especially about fringe teams.

     
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    Baltimore won with an inordinate amount of close games last year but they are clearly improving in talent level and they have 2 more young starters on the verge of mlb right now. They may be our primary competition this year. I like Toronto, Baltimore and Tampa Bay. To me it's a 4 team race.

     



    And yet, there's another team not mentioned at all, lurking in the background. Although they currently don't look so good, it would be unwise to count them out.

     

     



    They must be in a different division. Surely you don't mean the Yankees.

     

     



     

    While the NYY won 95 games ,the RS suffered a 48 yr low in wins last yr; surely you wouldn't include them? Especially since their Vegas odds are far higher? You would have had more credibility if you would have declared it was a 3 team race.

     



    i fail to see what last season has to do with the standings this season. Do the yankees get an extra 2 wins because they won 95 last year?

     

     



    No, but based on historical data, there's a high correlation. Regardless, perhaps you should check the previous discussion, where they were counted out this yr completely. 

     

     



    so were the A's and O's last season. what's your point?

     

     



    Go reread the sequence; that is, unless you're being coy for argument sake.

     

     



    there's not really an argument here.. the reality of things are, the yankees are old and run down. anymore injuries and you can just pack it in for the season. The RS have retooled and look to be a solid team. last year has nothing to do with the results of this year. the ALE IS a 4 team race.

     

     



    While there's some validity to this, that's not what the experts think.  I myself have posted here on multiple occasions that this appears to be the worst NYY team coming out of the gate in 22 yrs. But, LOL, go count the NYY out.

     

     



    if the experts words were law then there would be no reason to play the games..

     

    experts are often wrong. especially about fringe teams.

     



    Agreed. but it's a talking point. Like I said, go count them out then

     
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    Baltimore won with an inordinate amount of close games last year but they are clearly improving in talent level and they have 2 more young starters on the verge of mlb right now. They may be our primary competition this year. I like Toronto, Baltimore and Tampa Bay. To me it's a 4 team race.

     



    And yet, there's another team not mentioned at all, lurking in the background. Although they currently don't look so good, it would be unwise to count them out.

     

     



    They must be in a different division. Surely you don't mean the Yankees.

     

     



     

    While the NYY won 95 games ,the RS suffered a 48 yr low in wins last yr; surely you wouldn't include them? Especially since their Vegas odds are far higher? You would have had more credibility if you would have declared it was a 3 team race.

     



    i fail to see what last season has to do with the standings this season. Do the yankees get an extra 2 wins because they won 95 last year?

     

     



    No, but based on historical data, there's a high correlation. Regardless, perhaps you should check the previous discussion, where they were counted out this yr completely. 

     

     



    so were the A's and O's last season. what's your point?

     

     



    Go reread the sequence; that is, unless you're being coy for argument sake.

     

     



    there's not really an argument here.. the reality of things are, the yankees are old and run down. anymore injuries and you can just pack it in for the season. The RS have retooled and look to be a solid team. last year has nothing to do with the results of this year. the ALE IS a 4 team race.

     

     



    While there's some validity to this, that's not what the experts think.  I myself have posted here on multiple occasions that this appears to be the worst NYY team coming out of the gate in 22 yrs. But, LOL, go count the NYY out.

     

     



    if the experts words were law then there would be no reason to play the games..

     

    experts are often wrong. especially about fringe teams.

     



    Agreed. but it's a talking point. Like I said, go count them out then. 

     

     



    2 steps ahead of you on that one Smile

     
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    Baltimore won with an inordinate amount of close games last year but they are clearly improving in talent level and they have 2 more young starters on the verge of mlb right now. They may be our primary competition this year. I like Toronto, Baltimore and Tampa Bay. To me it's a 4 team race.

     



    And yet, there's another team not mentioned at all, lurking in the background. Although they currently don't look so good, it would be unwise to count them out.

     

     



    They must be in a different division. Surely you don't mean the Yankees.

     

     



     

    While the NYY won 95 games ,the RS suffered a 48 yr low in wins last yr; surely you wouldn't include them? Especially since their Vegas odds are far higher? You would have had more credibility if you would have declared it was a 3 team race.

     



    i fail to see what last season has to do with the standings this season. Do the yankees get an extra 2 wins because they won 95 last year?

     

     



    No, but based on historical data, there's a high correlation. Regardless, perhaps you should check the previous discussion, where they were counted out this yr completely. 

     

     



    so were the A's and O's last season. what's your point?

     

     



    Go reread the sequence; that is, unless you're being coy for argument sake.

     

     



    there's not really an argument here.. the reality of things are, the yankees are old and run down. anymore injuries and you can just pack it in for the season. The RS have retooled and look to be a solid team. last year has nothing to do with the results of this year. the ALE IS a 4 team race.

     

     



    While there's some validity to this, that's not what the experts think.  I myself have posted here on multiple occasions that this appears to be the worst NYY team coming out of the gate in 22 yrs. But, LOL, go count the NYY out.

     

     



    if the experts words were law then there would be no reason to play the games..

     

    experts are often wrong. especially about fringe teams.

     



    Agreed. but it's a talking point. Like I said, go count them out then. 

     

     



    2 steps ahead of you on that one Smile

     



    Really?  Exactly how? Also, Doesn't that contradict the idea of the games being played, however?

     

     

     
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    Baltimore won with an inordinate amount of close games last year but they are clearly improving in talent level and they have 2 more young starters on the verge of mlb right now. They may be our primary competition this year. I like Toronto, Baltimore and Tampa Bay. To me it's a 4 team race.

     



    And yet, there's another team not mentioned at all, lurking in the background. Although they currently don't look so good, it would be unwise to count them out.

     

     



    They must be in a different division. Surely you don't mean the Yankees.

     

     



     

    While the NYY won 95 games ,the RS suffered a 48 yr low in wins last yr; surely you wouldn't include them? Especially since their Vegas odds are far higher? You would have had more credibility if you would have declared it was a 3 team race.

     



    i fail to see what last season has to do with the standings this season. Do the yankees get an extra 2 wins because they won 95 last year?

     

     



    No, but based on historical data, there's a high correlation. Regardless, perhaps you should check the previous discussion, where they were counted out this yr completely. 

     

     



    so were the A's and O's last season. what's your point?

     

     



    Go reread the sequence; that is, unless you're being coy for argument sake.

     

     



    there's not really an argument here.. the reality of things are, the yankees are old and run down. anymore injuries and you can just pack it in for the season. The RS have retooled and look to be a solid team. last year has nothing to do with the results of this year. the ALE IS a 4 team race.

     

     



    While there's some validity to this, that's not what the experts think.  I myself have posted here on multiple occasions that this appears to be the worst NYY team coming out of the gate in 22 yrs. But, LOL, go count the NYY out.

     

     



    if the experts words were law then there would be no reason to play the games..

     

    experts are often wrong. especially about fringe teams.

     



    Agreed. but it's a talking point. Like I said, go count them out then. 

     

     



    2 steps ahead of you on that one Smile

     



    Really?  Exactly how? Doesn't that contradict the idea of the games being played, however?

     

     



    because it's unrealistic to think that all of your injuries for the year are over. and like i said earlier, one more injury to anyone of significance (especially the pitching) and it's over. how's the Yankees depth?? factor in the desire to get under the luxury tax threshold  and they won't take on any more payroll to bolster their team. If they stay completely healthy, their lesser palyers over-achieve and their current guys on the DL come back sooner than expected, with no hiccups and they get a torrid start upon their return then MAYBE the yanks have the horses to make a run but that is a ton of unlikely things to count on. So yes, i will count them out. crucify me....

     
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    Re: Game 9 Thread: Orioles at Red Sox

    holy crap Salty... that pitch was way out of the strike zone almost after it left the pitchers hand...

     
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