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The field is unplayable, but a game sloshes on.

If the Orioles play one more game in the rain, they'll need to change their team colors to mold and mildew.

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So how did you feel about that squeeze play White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen called for in the 10th inning?

You're brilliant when it works. When it doesn't...

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Brian Roberts doubles to open the ninth and I'm waiting for Melvin Mora to lay down a bunt. Then Roberts steals third and the bunt no longer is necessary.

You're brilliant when it works.

George Sherrill blew his first save when he hung a slider to Juan Uribe, who launched it into the seats in left field to tie the game, 3-3, in the 11th. And sportswriters everywhere paused to offer their sympathies to the guys in Chicago who want nothing more than to file their stories after waiting out the long rain delay, grab a late dinner, pack their bags and catch a flight back home.

It'll have to wait.

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