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The Nationals, apparently, couldn't see no reason to put up a fight. A.J. Burnett looks like a 55 million dollar pitcher in razing Washington.
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Things are a lot easier when Mr. Glavine is not starting.
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You should know that I am cheering for the Mets this season. If the Blue Jays can't win it (they certainly could, and it would be my preferred outcome) - then may the crown be taken by the Amazin's. Why? Well, it's all about this veteran first baseman...

No, not that guy.
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The curse of Magpie is really doing a number on the Braves.
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Neither Toronto nor Atlanta had won an interleague game this season prior to last night, and in the late innings both teams looked eager to go to 0 7.

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If the four-run third didn't do it for me, it was the following sequence when Francisco Rosario had two outs: walk, wild pitch, walk, HBP. It only led to one run, but still...frustration indeed. I knew there was a reason I hated interleague play.
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Lots of homers and lots of of relievers is enough to beat the O's.
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Roy Halladay nips a losing streak in the bud and gives the bullpen a night off with a 104-pitch complete game gem.

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Casey Janssen must be getting sick of the sight of Kris Benson, I'm feeling the same way.
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Just another maddening start from Mr. Lilly.
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Hey, how about those Blue Jays! Just when you were all ready to give up...
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Janssen gets his revenge on Benson
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Daniel Cabrera and his humpless curve are too much for the Jays.
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Who schedules a game for 7:15 on a Saturday night? Do they expect me to watch it?
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Wonders are many and nothing is more wonderful than man, with the possible exception of the 2006 Detroit Tigers.

I apologize profusely to the shade of old Sophocles for the preceding. I feel shame.
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