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RHP Aaron Harang Vs RHP Chris Tillman

Think about the happy stuff
Think about the happy stuff
Jim Rogash

The Seattle Mariners open a three game weekend series against the Baltimore Orioles tonight. Aaron Harang will scale the hill for the M's and face O's righty Chris Tillman, a name I gather you've heard a time or two.

Baltimore currently sits 5.5 games behind Boston in the American League East and half a game out of the second wild card as of this writing. So, the M's can either help their cause or play a little spoiling action this weekend.

I have to admit, finding words for this post is a little tough after last night. And, you know, those guys on this team today. I think what has made all of this difficult is how the M's teased us there for a while. This is probably just regression slapping us in the face, but sometimes you don't want to talk WAR and BABIP and wOBA and ERA-. You just want to see the club you so madly love and invest your energy into win ballgames.

Go M's.

Seattle Mariners
1. Brad Miller (L) SS
2. Nick Franklin (S) 2B
3. Kyle Seager (L) 3B
4. Kendrys Morales (S) DH
5. Raul Ibanez (L) LF
6. Michael Morse (R) RF
7. Justin Smoak (S) 1B
8. Michael Saunders (L) CF
9. Humberto Quintero (R) C


RHP Aaron Harang

Baltimore Orioles
1. Nate McLouth (L) LF
2. Manny Machado (R) 3B
3. Nick Markakis (L) RF
4. Adam Jones (R) CF
5. Chris Davis (L) 1B
6. Matt Wieters (S) C
7. J.J. Hardy (R) SS
8. Henry Urrutia (L) DH
9. Ryan Flaherty (L) 2B


RHP Chris Tillman