Daily Archives: June 22, 2010

Wiggington and Wieters get the bats going for the O’s

Ty Wiggington – who else – got the Orioles started strongly in the bottom of the second. He must’ve been inspired by all the Wiggington jerseys in the stands. Yes, it’s Ty Wiggington T-Shirt Tuesday in Baltimore. Surprisingly given their … Continue reading

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Mike Stanton’s (sort of) a winner

Guthrie struggled with the bottom of the Marlins’ lineup in the top of the second, which set up trouble once things turned over. He ended up with Hanley Ramirez – .286, 11 HR, 40 RBI – at the dish with two … Continue reading

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Markakis and Sanchez have a history

Nick Markakis is one of the few Orioles with a history against Anibal Sanchez in tonight’s Interleague game. Markakis batted against Sanchez when he was with the Frederick Keys and Sanchez took the mound for the Wilmington Blue Rocks. The short history … Continue reading

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Middle of the first – No damage done

Orioles came out in the orange batting practice unis for tonight’s Interleague match-up. Guthrie was working ahead of batters but still wound up in a jam with two on and one out after hitting Hanley Ramirez with a pitch. Good thing … Continue reading

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Ceremonial pitches to soon give way to the real thing

First ceremonial first pitch was a little inside. Poor guy was out there in this heat with a long sleeve dress shirt and khakis, but he still offered a quality toss. Second ceremonial pitch (I’m confused too) was bounced to the … Continue reading

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The Kids Table

Turns out that even with my caution I still wound up away from my assigned seat. No longer in the front row, but still prime territory. I don’t know if it’s fair to call it the kids table anymore given … Continue reading

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Strolling to the ballpark

I arrived earlier than expected to the ballpark tonight and therefore decided to park on Lombard Street in one of my dad’s favorite free sidestreet spots rather than pick up the parking pass provided by the team. On one hand, … Continue reading

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