Daily Archives: June 23, 2010

Sanchez barely makes it past the seventh inning stretch

Anibal Sanchez is done for the night. He leaves with two runners on and one out in the bottom of the seventh inning.The Orioles got to him for seven hits and three runs. It’s a quality start for Sanchez, par for the … Continue reading

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Apologies in advance for getting mushy

Unrelated to baseball: There’s a “Happy Anniversary” message on the Jumbotron in center field right now. Makes me think of my wife, who’s in D.C. tonight for work. Miss you, babe. -30-

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The Marlins’ version of the ballpark takeover

T-shirt Tuesday drew 14,820 fans to the Yard this evening. The Marlins must feel like they’re playing at home.  Florida has the second-worst attendance numbers in baseball with an average of 16,376 fans per game. Cleveland is last at 16,343. The … Continue reading

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Guthrie’s done for the evening

Jeremy Guthrie leaves the game down 5-3 in the seventh inning following a run-scoring double by Gaby Sanchez with no outs. He won’t get the win tonight and may in fact add a loss to his 3-8 record coming into the … Continue reading

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Something to cheer about

Hats off to Orioles fans, who have done the right thing by baseball standards and applauded nice efforts by the Marlins’ defense. Uggla’s stab at second base early in the game and Chris Coghlan’s running catch that sent him into … Continue reading

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T-Shirts are better than … wait for it … vuvuzelas

The Fan of the Game award went to the folks behind home plate who brought along a “House of Wiggington” banner on Ty Wiggington T-shirt Tuesday. I’m sure glad they gave out T-shirts rather than follow the Marlins’ lead with … Continue reading

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Five and O

Another scoreless inning. Marlins 4 – Orioles 3 after five. I’d be surprised if the Orioles make it through the next inning without scoring some runs. Yes, you read that correctly. Anibal Sanchez has struggled of late to get deep … Continue reading

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