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The Orioles Yankees would lose when there's finally ground to be gained.
The Tigers' defense in that disaster inning made me nostalgic for my own little league lowlight reel. Some classic stuff in there.
Such is a pennant race.
With the A's going to TX and the Angels getting the M's, I (an A's fan) have a very very bad feeling about the week ahead.
Well, the second half of the week is the inverse, so...
Of course the season ends with the bad formulation again, but I guess if there is a series that the Rangers might be taking off to some extent, it would be that one depending on whether they've clinched.
If the A's can't hold on here, they really don't deserve a playoff berth
What the A's deserve has nothing to do with it. It's about the outcome I want!
The AL Central: Baseball's equivalent of giveaway checkers.
Who gets Felix, though?
Well, since the Blue Jays are going to be playing the Yankees in Toronto on Thursday, would you like for the Orioles to get the 1916 A's or the 1962 Mets as a replacement opponent?
Just going to the Orioles' website Saturday and clicking 'playoff tickets' to see if I could manage a seat for the WC game (I did) was surreal.
But 7 of the 10 games are against Oakland. That makes it a lot easier for them to catch us.
Hell, they might even find a pitcher who couldn't strike out Curtis Granderson.
Lets say the Rangers lead is down to one game with one game to play.
Would the Rangers rather:
1) face the As for game 162.
2) face the Yankees while the As face the Indians.
Not that I think this is either a pro- or anit-Orioles conspiracy but why, if they have a day off on Thursday, are they playing a double-header today?
Melvin seemed like he pushed most of the right buttons, except for the bizarre pinch hitting appearance by Jemile Weeks with one out and no one on in the 9th yesterday.
Chen not exactly impressive, either. Orioles with the bullpen active in the second inning, trailing 4-0. Oy vey.
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