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Game 5: Twins at Orioles

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Another chance to get back over .500 for the Twins and a chance to even the series.

First Pitch: 6:05pm CDT

TV: FS-N

Radio: K-Twin, TIBN

Know Thine Enemy: Camden Chat

Andrew can't make the thread tonight, although he'll be back for the recap, so here's your Saturday night stop for the game. Tonight's goal: keep Chris Davis in the yard. Because apparently that's become an impossible task.

Twins: Hicks (CF), Mauer (C), Willingham (LF), Morneau (1B), Doumit (DH), Plouffe (3B), Parmelee (RF), Dozier (2B), Florimon (SS)

Orioles: McLouth (LF), Machado (3B), Markakis (RF), Jones (CF), Daivs (1B), Wieters (C), Hardy (SS), Flaherty (2B), Reimold (DH)


Chris Tillman

#30 / Pitcher / Baltimore Orioles

6-5

210

R

R

Apr 15, 1988


Tillman came on and absolutely killed it for the Orioles in 15 starts last season. He was a second round draft selection back in 2006 and has been flitting between the majors and minors since, so in spite of a pretty decent minor league track record Baltimore had to be thrilled with his performance after his recall in July last summer. This is his first start of 2013 so we'll see if he still has that magic.


Vance Worley

#49 / Pitcher / Minnesota Twins

6-2

230

R

R

Sep 25, 1987


W-L G GS CG SHO SV BS IP H R ER HR BB K ERA WHIP
2013 - Vance Worley 0-1 1 1 0 0 0 0 6.0 8 3 3 0 1 3 4.50 1.50


Worley settled down after two rough innings on Opening Day. The good news is that Baltimore's lineup isn't necessarily as fearsome as Detroit's. The bad news is that the Orioles have this video game player called Chris Davis.