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As we reach the symbolic start of summer, the Orioles continue to muddle along, living life as a roughly .500 ball club. Dropping games to the hapless Marlins doesn't inspire a lot of confidence. The Orioles play seven of their next twelve games against the surprising Astros and have a three game series against the first plays Rays lodged in the middle of that stretch. I'm not prepared to say this next stretch is crucial or season defining, but, y'know...just win, and we can discuss the ramifications afterwards.

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