Sunday, January 24, 2021

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Hendrickson stinks but bullpen holds up, Birds beat Rays 7-5

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Jeff Mohler and Nestor debate merits of a long term contract for Lamar Jackson this offseason

Jeff Mohler and Nestor debate merits of a long term contract for Lamar Jackson this offseason

Maryland Senate President Bill Ferguson says efficiency of vaccine process is essential for health of our state

Maryland Senate President Bill Ferguson says efficiency of vaccine process is essential for health of our state

Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott discusses COVID, restaurants reopening and tragic death of Dante Barksdale

Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott discusses COVID, restaurants reopening and tragic death of Dante Barksdale

Fred and Danny Grau join Nestor to discuss Super Plunging in Fallston for Special Olympics

Fred and Danny Grau join Nestor to discuss Super Plunging in Fallston for Special Olympics

Luke Jones joins Nestor to look ahead at long Ravens offseason

Luke Jones joins Nestor to look ahead at long Ravens offseason after Buffalo loss

Betting the “over” in last night’s game certainly looked like a sure thing over the first three innings but once starters Andy Sonnanstine and Mark Hendrickson left the game the real pitching took over and the Orioles held on to beat Tampa Bay 7-5 last night at Camden Yards.

All of the scoring took place before the 4th inning and both bullpens were taxed in the interim, with Brian Bass emerging as the biggest star on the hill, working four scoreless innings after Adam Jones hit homers in the first and second innings of the game.

So much for starting pitching: Sonnanstine gave up nine hits and seven earned runs in two innings and Hendrickson’s evening was just as ugly as he allowed six hits and five earned runs in two innings.

Felix Pie left the game with an undisclosed stomach ailment and was actually transported to the hospital. Without Luke Scott tonight, they O’s may play with just two bench players. Could a call-up be looming?

The Orioles go for yet another “mini” sweep tonight as they send Brad Bergesen (1-0, 4.98) to the hill against Tampa’s Jeff Niemann (2-3, 5.65).

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