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  1. #16
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    Re: High possibility Ray Lewis throws opening day first pitch for O's



    Why can't they both do it?

    If you're really into metaphor, with Joe now being the face of the Ravens, have Ray throw it and Joe catch it.
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    Re: High possibility Ray Lewis throws opening day first pitch for O's

    Quote Originally Posted by DarthCorvax View Post
    Why can't they both do it?

    If you're really into metaphor, with Joe now being the face of the Ravens, have Ray throw it and Joe catch it.
    How about if Joe runs out to CF with the ball and throws a high arcing pitch to catcher Jacoby Jones who catches it like a punt.

    I mean, being as the greed of the NFL and MLB is making us watch an away game (probably in Denver) on our opening day, why not simulate the play that whupped the Bronco's ass at the O's opener?
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  3. #18

    Re: High possibility Ray Lewis throws opening day first pitch for O's

    It was reported on the Rob and Vinnie show today that Flacco was asked but turned it down due to a prior commitment.




  4. #19

    Re: High possibility Ray Lewis throws opening day first pitch for O's

    Smart of Duquette ro honor the ravens. Angelos totally ignired them when they won the first one.

    I hope they have several ravens and a management person or 2 there. Be nice for the ravens to make a strong public show of unity to dispel some of the fan's animosity.




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    Re: High possibility Ray Lewis throws opening day first pitch for O's

    How 'bout Q?! He is a big Os fan! Let Angelos fly him in on his personal jet!
    "Grab those pusillanimous sons-a-bitches by the nose and kick 'em in the balls.." General George S. Patton




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    Re: High possibility Ray Lewis throws opening day first pitch for O's

    Reed tweeted something out today about being a big Orioles fan. Could just be him showing support for them, or maybe something more. He has done it before, might be him. Guess we'll find out tomorrow.




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    Re: High possibility Ray Lewis throws opening day first pitch for O's

    No way it will be Q or Reed. Smart money on Joe




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    Well it was nobody.


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    Re: High possibility Ray Lewis throws opening day first pitch for O's

    Quote Originally Posted by Paintballguy View Post
    Well it was nobody.
    You've got to be kidding me? Seriously?




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    Quote Originally Posted by RedSkins Fury View Post
    You've got to be kidding me? Seriously?
    Tribute to Earl to show how with him gone, something's missing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedSkins Fury View Post
    You've got to be kidding me? Seriously?
    Nope they did it to honor weaver.


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    Re: High possibility Ray Lewis throws opening day first pitch for O's

    Thoughts on that? Apparently, lots of people are reading it as a smack in the face to the Ravens...

    Honestly, I get it. I think it was a fine tribute, and they'll have lots of other opportunities to honor the Ravens in short order.

    Now, if they don't, THEN i'll start screaming and pounding on the desk.
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    Re: High possibility Ray Lewis throws opening day first pitch for O's

    Ok....




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    Re: High possibility Ray Lewis throws opening day first pitch for O's

    Quote Originally Posted by RavenScallywag View Post
    Thoughts on that? Apparently, lots of people are reading it as a smack in the face to the Ravens...
    Like who?
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  15. #30

    Re: High possibility Ray Lewis throws opening day first pitch for O's

    I think it's ridiculous. I'm all for honoring something or someone. But to take something great; even grand, away from the fans is downright cheap and curmudgeonry. They want to show us "what it's like with him missing"? That's what they said? What a fucking copout. He was 82 fucking years old and hadn't been around for years. He lived a great and long life worth celebrating, and the Orioles celebrate by taking the celebration away, like some bitter Grandfather trying to teach a lesson? There is nothing wrong with a moment of silence after the pitch was thrown or whatever.

    Jesus christ, I was expecting Ray Lewis to come out dancing and throw a strike over the plate and then throw his knee to the sky and roar at the crowd. Once again this organization has failed. Regardless of the team the put on the field the organization is broken at the top.

    They tried to promote this as a big secret, baiting us all into this great thing that will happen that all the fans will get fired up over. BS.

    Fuck you 0's




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