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July 6, 2009 at 4:22 PM

Tonight’s lineups, Mariners vs. Orioles

Wouldn’t you know it — the Orioles today called up reliever Kam Mickolio. He’s one of the pitchers the Mariners gave up in the Erik Bedard trade. One of the others, Chris Tillman, is expected to be up early in the second half — shortly after pitching in the Futures Game in St. Louis — to join the Orioles’ rotation. I won’t mention that Adam Jones made the All-Star team, or that George Sherrill, who made it last year, was under strong consideration.
Mickolio ws 2-3 with a 3.21 ERA in 27 games for Norfolk. He replaces Chris Ray, who went on the 15-day DL with right triceps tendinitis.
ORIOLES
Brian Roberts 2B
Adam Jones CF
Nick Markakis RF
Aubrey Huff DH
Ty Wigginton 1B
Nolan Reimold LF
Melvin Mora 3B
Matt Wieters C
Robert Andino SS
Brad Bergesen RHP
MARINERS
Ichiro RF
Russ Branyan 1B
Jose Lopez 2B
Ken Griffey Jr. DH
Franklin Gutierrez CF
Ryan Langerhans LF
Rob Johnson C
Chris Woodward 3B
Ronny Cedeno SS
Jarrod Washburn LHP

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