The giveway today should have been this, (with Red Sox logo on the chest) instead of a magnet schedule.It's very cozy here in my recliner. Players should wear warm undies, fans should wear parkas and hats. And sunglasses.
They are no longer made with fixin’s from the Wegman’s Hot Bar.I have no clue how college players handle it in March with metal bats. I hope the batting glove technology has improved since I played little league.
Sniffle; it's getting dusty in here.Winter is over. It’s time to play ball.
My pennants and hats are hung on the wall.
My heart’s filled with hope to cheer on our team
As they begin their improbable dream.
I’ll see memories made and new legends born.
And game-thread with friends - the Sons of Sam Horn.
Baltimore is going to be very good very soon if they get some pitching.Always love to see the Opening Day lineups across the majors, just to remind myself where some random players wound up in the offseason.
Adam Frazier with the Orioles, for instance
1. Cedric Mullins (L) CF
2. Adley Rutschman (S) C
3. Anthony Santander (S) LF
4. Ryan Mountcastle (R) 1B
5. Gunnar Henderson (L) DH
6. Ramon Urias (R) 3B
7. Austin Hays (R) RF
8. Adam Frazier (L) 2B
9. Jorge Mateo (R) SS
Yup. And they have some pretty notable pitching in the high minors and a wide open budget. This division is clearly the toughest in the league, and both the NL East and West are also stacked, so that's saying something.Baltimore is going to be very good very soon if they get some pitching.
Ehh, I prefer it this way: start a new fun relationship with the fans on a new team.
BOOOOOO. I was hoping it would be his walkup song