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While most of you were watching football on Sunday afternoon Jeurys Familia Jersey , some were suffering through a horrifying bad beat in an MLB game in San Diego.Leading 3-2 in the bottom of the ninth inning, the Rangers found a way to not only lose the game, but also cost under 8.5 bettors a winner.After reading the title atop this piece, you might be thinking that the Chargers are now in Los Angeles and played in Buffalo today, which is true.You also might be thinking that the San Diego State-Arizona State miraculously went over the total in the early morning hours on Sunday on the East Coast.But neither of those games are the ones that produced Sunday’s worst beat.That distinction belongs to a Rangers-Padres game that maybe 17 people were watching. And I’m assuming those 17 were only watching because they bet on this meaningless September baseball game.I just hope none of those 17 bet the under 8.5, which lost in horrifying fashion.Under bettors probably turned off this game to watch the Lions lose again, thinking they had a winner.I mean how can an under 8.5 lose in a game the Rangers led 3-2 headed to the bottom of the ninth inning? Especially against the Padres offense at Petco Park?Texas sent in Jeffrey Springs for the save, who got Eric Hosmer to ground out to start the inning. But Springs didn’t have too much success after that, as he allowed a game-tying double after issuing a walk.With a man on second in a 3-3 game and only one out Mike Piazza Jersey , a simple base hit would send the Padres (and under bettors) home winners.Well, Springs would give up that game-winning hit, but he first walked two more batters to load the bases. And that game-winning hit was a walk-off grand slam to give the Padres a 7-3 win.If only Springs just walked one more batter.Look on the bright side, under bettors: At least you didn’t have to suffer through more of a Rangers-Padres September game. The Orioles have signed a big leaguer and announced their minor league coaching staffs."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Commentary & AnalysisOrioles ProspectsOrioles Game RecapsOrioles News and RumorsCamdencastBird DroppingsSaturday’s Bird Droppings: Where we enter the final weekend without baseballNew,57commentsThe Orioles have signed a big leaguer and announced their minor league coaching staffs.ESTShareTweetShareShareSaturday’s Bird Droppings: Where we enter the final weekend without baseballKim Klement-USA TODAY SportsMorning, Birdland!It’s been a brutally cold off-season in the Baltimore area, and the threat of snow and below-freezing temperatures will remain in the air for several more weeks at least. But there is an oasis nearing. Orioles pitchers and catchers report to Sarasota, Florida this week, Tuesday to be precise. Our annual http://www.metsfanproshop.com/authentic-tim-tebow-jersey , months-long nightmare is nearly over.The first official game of the Orioles spring won’t take place until February 23, there won’t be live radio coverage of any action until the 25th, apparently, and the team is yet to unveil an official TV schedule for the spring. So, we do need to contain our “excitement” for a little while longer.For now, let’s get jazzed about seeing B-roll of the pitchers playing catch and hearing interviews with a bunch of players and coaches we’ve never heard of before. Woo!LinksJoe Angel’s retiring from Orioles broadcasts - Baltimore BaseballNoooooooooooooooooooooo! It’s not official, but this is a supreme bummer if true. Blah.Orioles announce 2019 minor league coaches and development staff - CCI won’t pretend to understand the minutiae of baseball organizations and their minor league coaching decisions, but Buck Britton seems to be highly-regarded by the Orioles brass. He’s gone from Delmarva hitting coach to Delmarva manager to Bowie manager in three successive seasons across two different front offices. Pretty impressive for a 32-year-old.A Uni Watch Look at Frank Robinson - Uni WatchFrank Robinson wore a lot of uniforms during his storied career. He’s been immortalized in three cities, but we will always think of him with the smiling bird on his cap. Why signing Nate Karns is exactly the kind of move the O’s should make - The AthleticIt’s a one-year deal for Karns that could be worth as little as $800 http://www.metsfanproshop.com/authentic-tim-tebow-jersey ,000. The Orioles get the possible added bonus of holding onto the pitcher for an additional year through arbitration if they’re interested. It’s a fine deal for both sides. Karns joins a team that needs veteran pitching, where he will get a fair shot to prove he’s healthy and capable of staying in the bigs. Not flashy, but a logical move by Mike Elias.Can Cadyn Grenier become the next great Orioles shortstop? - The AthleticHis first season of professional baseball was not too kind to O’s second round pick Cadyn Grenier. No matter how you slice it, he struggled. But his bat started to heat up down the stretch, and his glove is highly regarded by every scouting resource. It’s too early to be comparing him to the likes of Cal, Belanger and Machado, but the 22-year-old has tools that everyone should be excited about.Orioles birthdays and historyIs it your birthday? Happy Birthday! The biggest name on the list of former Orioles celebrating a birthday today is Vladimir Guerrero. The strong-armed Hall of Famer turns 44. He spent just one season with the O’s, a 145-game 2011 season in which he hit .290/.317/.416 with 13 home runs as the team’s primary DH. His teenage son is expected to torment the Orioles as a member of the division rival Toronto Blue Jays very soon.Also born on this day was 42-year-old Napoleon Calzado, an infielder for four games on the 2005 O’s. He’s joined by 54-year-old right-handed pitcher Doug Linton Neil Walker Jersey , who appeared in 14 games back in ‘99. And we have two posthumous celebrations for Erv Palica (b. 1928, d. 1982) and Vic Wertz (b. 1925, d. 1983), two players that briefly played on Orioles teams in the mid-1950’s.1982 - A trade! The O’s send infielder Wayne Krenchicki to the Cincinnati Reds in exchange for pitcher Paul Moskau. Krenchicki would play in 332 games for the Reds across four seasons, hitting .283/.350/.393 with a 105 OPS+. Moskau would never play for the Orioles, being plucked off of waivers by the Pirates in early April.2010 - The O’s attempt to fortify their bullpen with the signings of two lefties: Mark Hendrickson and Will Ohman. It didn’t really work as the team finished 66-96.
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