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All but six of Gray’s 90 pitches were either his two-seam fastball or his curveball. He threw 45 curves and 39 two-seamers.

Yankees catcher Austin Romine echoed Gray in saying that the goal was to keep the curveball down in the strike zone as much as possible in hopes of getting Orioles hitters to chase. Romine said that happened and that Gray’s curve was probably the best I’ve seen it.

Much the same could be said of Bird’s swing, which produced the big blow that gave Gray some early breathing room. Part of a five-run third, Bird’s grand slam allowed Gray to ease into the rest of his outing.

Moss on Thursday evening tweeted this message at Sharpe: DO U HAVE A PROB WIT ME? everytime u mention me its ALWAYS negative!! I’m trying to live in peace but it seems Aaron Judge Womens Jersey since u have a national spotlight ur always bashing. what do u get outta tht?? I dont have ur # and I’m not here 4 the trolls but if u do PLS lmk!!!

(In non-Twitterspeak: Do you have a problem with me? Every time you mention me, it’s always negative. I’m trying to live in peace, but it seems since you have a national spotlight, you’re always bashing. What do you get out of that? I don’t have your number, and I’m not here Bilal Powell Jersey for the trolls but if you do, please let me know.)

Said Sharpe in response: IF* you want to discuss ‘ANYTHING’ with me? You can easily get my contact info since we know some of the same ppl.

It’s unclear what prompted Moss to engage Sharpe publicly. But Sharpe has had plenty of things to say about Moss in the past; earlier this year, Sharpe pointed to Randy’s off-field issues when discussing whether he’ll become a first-ballot Hall of Famer.