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post #196 of 253
someone needs to slip a rufee in Mark Reynold's gatorade. This is getting silly already.
post #197 of 253
Something magic happened.... happy.gifhappy.gifhappy.gifhappy.gifhappy.gif
post #198 of 253
I've started dreaming of an I-95 World Series.
post #199 of 253
Thread Starter 
If you're talking O's-Nats, at least get your terminology right. It's "Beltway Series."

An I-95 series could be just about anything, given that it more or less runs through or right past Philly, New York, etc.
post #200 of 253
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Originally Posted by Douglas View Post

If you're talking O's-Nats, at least get your terminology right. It's "Beltway Series."
An I-95 series could be just about anything, given that it more or less runs through or right past Philly, New York, etc.

Marc train series, as the Beltway doesn't connect Baltimore to DC.
post #201 of 253
Thread Starter 
facepalm.gif

do you guys really claim to be fans of either of these teams?

Obviously the Beltway does not connect Baltimore to DC or vice versa, but both cities have their own notable Beltways (495 and 695). Hence the naming, which has entered into the common parlance.

Either that, or I just hastily put together this wikipedia page:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beltway_Series
post #202 of 253
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facepalm.gif
do you guys really claim to be fans of either of these teams?
Obviously the Beltway does not connect Baltimore to DC or vice versa, but both cities have their own notable Beltways (495 and 695). Hence the naming, which has entered into the common parlance.
Either that, or I just hastily put together this wikipedia page:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beltway_Series

Well when AC said I-95 series it made me think of the 2000 WS which was considered a Subway series because you can take the subway to both stadiums. I would consider a series between the Nats and O's as either an I-95 series or a Marc train series, but not a Beltway Series.
post #203 of 253
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Originally Posted by Douglas View Post

facepalm.gif
do you guys really claim to be fans of either of these teams?
Obviously the Beltway does not connect Baltimore to DC or vice versa, but both cities have their own notable Beltways (495 and 695). Hence the naming, which has entered into the common parlance.
Either that, or I just hastily put together this wikipedia page:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beltway_Series

this
post #204 of 253
post #205 of 253
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Originally Posted by KObalto View Post

Maybe the Orioles are just better than the Yanks:
http://espn.go.com/new-york/mlb/story/_/id/8347397/maybe-new-york-yankees-inferior-baltimore-orioles

Their core is a lot younger. I saw a comparison of Baltimore starting pitcher's ERA when Wieters catches. Its about a full run less than when Teagarden catches, also he's got 100 more innings behind the plate then the next closest catcher.
post #206 of 253
JERRY MEALS GRPOS
post #207 of 253
Markakis out for 6 weeks. You guys have something against healthy leadoff hitters?
post #208 of 253
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Markakis out for 6 weeks. You guys have something against healthy leadoff hitters?
He's going to be tough to replace. cloud.gif
post #209 of 253
McLouth leading off. Davis to RF. Carry on!
post #210 of 253
Back in first. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif Sucks about Hammel though.
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