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...that outfield prospect Nolan Reimold left last night's game at Single-A Frederick after homering because he's bothered by plantar fasciitis?

...that plantar fasciitis is inflammation of the tough, fibrous band of tissue (fascia) connecting your heel bone to the base of your toes, and it's making Reimold day-to-day?

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...that you can find just about anything on google?

...that Kevin Millar has eight RBIs in his last five games?

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...that the amateur baseball draft is tomorrow, and the Orioles like New Jersey third baseman Bill Rowell, North Carolina right-hander Daniel Bard and Washington right-hander Tim Lincecum?

...that Lincecum is rated the second-best player in the draft by Baseball America, but could drop to the Orioles at No. 9 because he's 6-0, 165 pounds, and his lack of size is scaring off some teams?

...that Sam Perlozzo talked to Bruce Chen about skipping him in the rotation, and the left-hander said he totally understood the situation, according to his manager?

...that I can't remember the last time an Oriole was summoned out of the dugout by fans for a curtain call, and I wonder if any of you can, since it seems to happen at Yankee Stadium after a bases-loaded walk brings in a run?

...that one reader said the out-of-town scoreboard never shows the Dodgers' results, but I see them listed tonight, though their game against the Mets doesn't start until much later?

...that David Newhan walked past me without the aid of crutches and still hopes to return shortly after the break?

...that Anita Marks of ESPN Radio 1300 wants to throw out the ceremonial first pitch this weekend, with Todd Williams catching, to show the reliever how some girls can throw a baseball?

...that it made Monica Pence, of the Orioles' PR department, terribly uncomfortable to see herself on television because it's her 29th birthday? And that I tried very, very hard to get into the shot, but couldn't lean far enough to my right?

...that the Yankees are beating the Red Sox, 13-2, in the fourth inning, but haven't decided yet whether it's too early to stop trying to steal bases?

...that it's still 3-0 in the fifth inning here, and Daniel Cabrera is working on a three-hit shutout?

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