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Offline tpirfan28

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Re: 2019 MLB Season
« Reply #30 on: July 13, 2019, 01:44:04 PM »
Two Angels pitchers combine for a no-hitter on the eve of what would have been Tyler Skaggs’ 28th birthday
Last no-hitter in the entire state of California was on July 13, 1991, Tyler Skaggs' "birth" date.

Mike Trout's HR was 454 feet, 45 forwards and backwards.

Skaggs wore #11 in high school.  It was the Angels' 11th no-hitter.

Angels scored 7 runs in the first, 13 total. 7/13, his birthday.

Parsed away from this tweet and replies to it.  Spooooooooky....
Any closer and Bob gives it away.
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Offline PatrickRox80

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Re: 2019 MLB Season
« Reply #31 on: August 17, 2019, 03:39:29 PM »
The umpires have placed a target on Brett Gadrner's back ever since he banged his bat on the dugout. They'll now use any excuse to throw him out.

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Re: 2019 MLB Season
« Reply #32 on: August 18, 2019, 09:09:28 AM »
The Baltimore Orioles elimination number now stands at seven, just three more than at this same point last year with six weeks to go in the season. Unfortunately, this will be their last year where they can undergo a "fall training" as next season, the September callups will be limited to two instead of fifteen. Also, they're losing the "race for the bottom" to the Tigers, even though they've gained ground. This all translates to an even bleaker future for the club, where Camden Yards has not only a record low attendance, but the lowest outside of the two Florida clubs.
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