In fact, the Orioles loaded the bases twice, in the 11th inning with one out and in the 12th with two out and did not manage to score.
I think that all the members of the Eagles was influenced by those horror movies since 1973, too if so.He ruined this game and possibly the next game by virtue of getting his ass ejected by hitting some poor rookie in the head in the top of the 15th, a rookie whose name I don't remember and can't be bothered to look up because it's midnight, with Gonzo having already surrendered two inherited runs, thus forcing tomorrow's starter, Jeremy Guthrie, to enter the game in mop-up duty of a nearly lost cause. As I've called attention to in the past this season, he took a ball that should have been in no way deep enough to score a runner, and threw a ball way up the line that allowed a runner to tag up and score.Beat writer reports indicate that the mysterious Troy Patton is in Baltimore. * The Orioles batters managing nearly nothing off of one of the many Hutts on the Yankee roster, in this case Bartolo Colon, who apparently had stem cells and probably HGH (not intended to be a factual statement, unless true) injected into his shoulder to fuel his comeback.I am not certain I've ever seen that happen in my life.* Five Orioles relievers actually managed to pitch without surrendering a run. See you fine folks tomorrow - actually, make that later today. The lines "Lines on the mirror, Lines on her face" clearly refer to cocaine use by a woman who sees herself aging.
"They stab it with their steeley knives ..." refers to a cocaine party by people who wish they weren't addicts. One of the most entertaining and interesting songs by The Eagles. The most absurd one involved "THC" and the active ingredient in marijuana. Just goes to show you anyone can become a physician just by putting "MD" after your name.
That means these influences must had made Don Henley write the lyrics of the song before the album 'Hotel California' came out in 1976.
I think that these influences appeared on the single 'One Of These Nights' in 1975.
Five hours ago I sat down to watch the Orioles play the Yankees. Over the course of a fifteen inning baseball game there are a lot of storylines I could pick out to focus on. Let's take a look at some more of the highlights and lowlights and bizarre occurrences that haven't faded into the misty recesses of memory: * Zach Britton pitched great, allowing only an unearned run in 7 innings, which never should have scored except for Robert Andino bobbling a would-be DP ball.
What I would like to emphasize to you right now is that I have seen enough of Michael Gonzalez in an Orioles uniform. He has been a nearly worthless signing starting from last year when he was hurt and he's had a total of about two good games this year. It also never should have scored except Nick Markakis is apparently no longer capable of rifling the ball from right to home like we've seen him do so many times.
Jeremy Accardo gave two decent innings (at least, scoreless innings) before Gonzalez allowed runners he inherited to score that were charged to Accardo, but it's silly that Accardo had to throw three innings to begin with. * Some more stuff that's worth mentioning probably happened and I hope you'll fill in the comments, because it's late and I'm rambling because a game like this you can only react to by rambling.