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Quick Hit: WAIT?! The Orioles Won?

A Walk-Off in the bottom of the 9th.

The horrors!

Trade Lucas Luetge.

Fire Cashman!

Send Giancarlo Stanton to the minors.

Fire Boone!

Get new coaches.


(oh wait, he's injured...)


Tomorrow is another day.


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Robert Malchman
Robert Malchman

Mucus Loogy has stunk for a long, long time. He pads his stats in low-leverage situations and letting inherited runners score. He always seems to choke the Yankees (like the enormous bolus of diseased phlegm that he is). He needs to be hocked up and spat from the Yankees.


of course, it's occurred to you that he's serving as one of the used favored of bullpen arms and that had a better-regarded lefty reliever not been injured either he or Peralta would not have been retained.

should Britton return and Waldachuk get called up, it's possible that they'll replace both of the current (and marginal) 'pen lefties


Paul Semendinger
Paul Semendinger

One game losing streaks are not acceptable!



a losing streak of this length would never have occurred if Shuck Bowalter was still wielding his knout in the dugout!

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