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"I had a couple nightmares about that game," Robinson said Saturday at FanFest. "That game, I didn't get no sleep. I was like, 'I can't believe this.' I came in in the ninth inning and all of a sudden it's the 18th inning and I'm like, 'Man, I've played a whole game.' They showed they didn't quit at all. We didn't quit also being on the Mariners, just the way they played, the next day we went for 10 innings. They just didn't quit. I want to be a part of it."
In that game, the Orioles rallied from a 2-0 deficit in the top of the ninth before winning in the 18th.
"Being on the other side playing against them, I see their energy," Robinson said. "They were playing with a purpose. They were trying to get in it. Being on the other side again, just seeing the way they went about their business, even BP, going into the game to the last out, it was amazing. I was actually watching them throughout the whole season. In mid-summer, they just turned up another gear."
Robinson, acquired in the trade that sent second baseman