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Tommy Goes Boom, yet the O's were survived. We're gonna be OK.

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David Lough, noted health food connoisseur.
David Lough, noted health food connoisseur.
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After blown save, Orioles' David Lough hits walk-off single - USA Today
Tommy Went Boom, but David Lough made it all OK.

Analysis: Orioles getting production at DH - Carroll County Times: Baltimore Orioles
Well, compared to last year, a fence post would be an improvement.

Orioles welcome back Hardy and Lough | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore
J.J. Hardy hopes he's seen the last of back spasms. I hope he's right. That Flahrt-Lombo-Schoop combo in the lineup isn't viable long-term.

Orioles Q&A: Rill Talk with ... Steve Lombardozzi - Orioles
Yeah, my man said he wanted somethin' Rill.. Rill... Rill.. Rill... Rill. Somethin' he could recognize, somethin' he could feel. Ladies and gentlemen ... Steve Lombardozzi.

Happy Birthday to #TeamSteve member Steve PearceOn this date in Baltimore baseball history, "1914 - The Baltimore Terrapins host the very first game in Federal League history, defeating the Buffalo Buffeds, 3 - 2, behind the strong pitching of Jack Quinn. A crowd estimated at 27,000 stands 15 rows deep in the outfield to witness the return of big league baseball to Baltimore." In 1954, "The brand new Baltimore Orioles open in Detroit and lose, 3 - 0. Don Larsen takes the loss against Steve Gromek. The Tigers start fast and will win 12 of their first 18 games." In 1966, "At Fenway Park, Frank Robinson and Brooks Robinson hit back-to-back home runs in the 1st inning off Dave Morehead, to lead the Baltimore Orioles to an 8 - 1 victory over the Boston Red Sox. Jim Palmer pitches a five-hit complete game and helps himself by hitting a homer in the second."

Listen, there's a bunch of people from the cemetery who are stark, staring, mad, and they'll kill you and eat you if they catch you. It's like a disease. It's like Open Thread, only faster, a lot faster. That's why you've got to come and get us out of here now... right now!