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  • Writer's picturePhilip Cashier

Game #156: Orioles (80-76) vs Yankees (96-59)

DJ activated.

Locastro sent back to SWB

Donaldson gets day off.

 

ORIOLES


Mullins (CF) -- .276

Rutchsman (C) -- .254

Santander (RF) -- .246

Mountcastle (1B) -- .248

Henderson (3B) -- .276

Vavra (2B) -- .270

Hays (LF) -- .252

Stowers (DH) -- .269

Mateo (SS) -- .221

Lyles (P) -- 11-11, 4.45

 

YANKEES


Judge (RF) -- .313 (209)

Rizzo (1B) -- .228 (137)

Torres (2B) -- .257 (116)

Stanton (DH) -- .208 (108)

LeMahieu (3B) -- .262 (117)

Cabrera (LF) -- .242 (105)

Bader (CF) -- .222 (50)

Kiner-Falefa (SS) --.263 (86)

Trevino (C) -- .252 (91)

German (P) -- 2-3, 3.30

 

Game on Amazon Prime Video, YES, MLBN, and free on mlb.tv

9 comments

9 Comments


Philip Cashier
Philip Cashier
Oct 01, 2022

Chat at y'all tomorrow afternoon. If Ian cooperates.

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Robert Malchman
Robert Malchman
Oct 01, 2022

Wow. If I'm the Orioles trying to win the game and keep my playoff hopes alive, I walk Judge, set up the DP.

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Robert Malchman
Robert Malchman
Oct 01, 2022

And for Britton they DFA'd Andujar.

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fuster
Oct 01, 2022
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and it was a good decision


for everyone,


including Andujar

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Robert Malchman
Robert Malchman
Oct 01, 2022

Nice catch by Bader!

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fuster
Oct 01, 2022
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perhaps very nice

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Robert Malchman
Robert Malchman
Sep 30, 2022

So Kay, I think, was saying that we are in uncharted territory, with fans hoping to see HR No. 62 at Yankee Stadium.


Because I am a disputatious nit-picker, I note that he is wrong. Roger Maris, after hitting No. 61 in the 4th inning of the last regular season game in 1961, came up two more times. He struck out and popped out to second, the former against Stallard, the latter against the immortal Chet Nichols. What I did not realize until just now is that No. 61 was the sole run in the Yankees' 1-0 win (though the pennant had long been decided at that point).

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fuster
Sep 30, 2022
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disputatious???

vous???


unthunkable!

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