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The Buck Showalter Experience

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The Buck Showalter Experience 

Post#1 » by eXcelsior1227 » Tue Aug 3, 2010 11:11 pm

Let the THE BUCK SHOWALTER EXPERIENCE officially begin....

Buck is exchanging lineups at home plate with Mike Scioscia to Billy Squire's "Lonely is the Night"

Same lineup as Sunday

2B BRIAN ROBERTS
RF NICK MARKAKIS
1B TY WIGGINTON
DH LUKE SCOTT
CF ADAM JONES
LF FELIX PIE
3B JOSH BELL
SS CESAR IZTURIS

Tonight the roster begins auditioning for Buck for their 2011 employment

Notes: Extra Orange in the stands as it is Felix Pie night on T-Shirt Tuesday
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Re: The Buck Showalter Experience 

Post#2 » by King_Supreme » Wed Aug 11, 2010 3:10 am

They've been playing with a lot of hear under Buck. Obviously, they won't stay this hot for the rest of the season, but I think they're record with Buck can be around .500. I would be proud to be an Orioles fan for now.
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Re: The Buck Showalter Experience 

Post#3 » by Rafael122 » Tue Oct 5, 2010 1:36 am

They were what...11 games over .500 with Buck? Really makes you wonder how much better the O's record would have been had they went with the change earlier. Buck got this team to play better than .500 ball using the same roster that Samuel and Trembley had.

Obviously going into next season, this team needs a shortstop as Caesar is historically bad at the plate. This team also needs a third basemen, and a first basemen.

Markakis is moving over to left field, with Pie moving to right. I think Orioles need to make a legitimate offer to get Adrian Beltre.
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