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February 27, 2011

Lineups for today's intrasquad game at Ed Smith Stadium

Matt Angle, RF
Randy Winn, DH
Felix Pie, CF
Nolan Reimold, LF
Josh Bell, 3B
Joe Mahoney, 1B
Ryan Adams, 2B
Craig Tatum, C
Pedro Florimon, SS
Chorye Spoone, SP

Cesar Izturis, 2B
Nick Markakis, RF
Luke Scott, LF
Vladimir Guerrero, DH
Mark Reynolds, 3B
Adam Jones, CF
J.J. Hardy, SS
Matt Wieters, C
Brandon Snyder, 1B
Chris Jakubauskas, SP

Other pitchers scheduled to throw in the eight-inning game: Ryan Drese, Adrian Rosario, Wynn Pelzer, Raul Rivero, Troy Patton, Armando Gabino, Pedro Viola, Mike Ballard, Chris George, Nick Bierbrodt, Alberto Castillo and Mark Worrell

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Posted by Jeff Zrebiec at 9:50 AM | | Comments (3)



What, no Roberts? No Lee? Oh no, the Orioles are doomed, they might not win 50 games this year, two of their key guys not in the lineup for the first intrasquad game of the year! What on earth is MacPhail thinking???

Now that I've got that out of my system(and hopefully stolen some of wayne's or blancione's thunder), this first clash of the titans seems a bit tilted to the home side.

Interesting defensive shift by the Visitors team: two right fielders and no one in left....

But seriously, Jeff, at least you're covering the Orioles this morning, and I thank you for that. Mr. Schmuck, meanwhile, has precious little to say about baseball, and nothing whatsoever about the O's, while the little Schmucksters on his blog are reduced to debating "Wayne -- jerk or genius?"

Meanwhile, up in Boston, the eminent Mr. Nick Cafardo has written a very nice feature on the Orioles as the lead-in to his excellent weekly column. Read it here:

...And read all the way to the end. There are a few additional Orioles nuggets awaiting those who do.


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A Baltimore native, Dan Connolly has been covering sports for 14 years, and baseball and the Orioles for 10 seasons, including the past six with The Sun. His first year covering baseball on a daily basis was Cal Ripken Jr.'s final season as a player. It's believed that is just a coincidence.

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