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fielder's choice
06-27-2006, 12:22 PM
Who would have thunk it, especially with the God-awful bullpen.

Cincinnati 4.48 (7)
St. Louis 4.52 (8)
Houston 4.72 (11)
Pittsburgh 4.89 (14)
Chicago 4.89 (15)
Milwaukee 4.95 (16)

redsfan30
06-27-2006, 12:25 PM
Just imagine where this team would be right now in the standings with even an average bullpen.....

OnBaseMachine
06-27-2006, 01:38 PM
The Cards ERA is around the 6.00 mark in the last month or so.

I long for the days of having Scott Sullivan, Gabe White, and Scott Williamson in the bullpen. With a bullpen like that, this team would be 5+ games ahead of everyone else in the central.

RedsManRick
06-27-2006, 01:46 PM
1999

Graves: 3.08 ERA, 111 IP :eek:
Sullivan: 3.01 ERA, 113.7 IP
Reyes: 3.79 ERA, 61.7 IP
Williamson: 2.41 ERA, 93.3 IP
White: 4.43 ERA, 61 IP

crazybob60
06-27-2006, 01:47 PM
We can only hope that Arroyo keeps this ERA pace up after the All Star Break!

cumberlandreds
06-27-2006, 02:08 PM
Just imagine where this team would be right now in the standings with even an average bullpen.....

Ain't that the truth. I'm sure Krivsky on the horn trying to get something but so is almost everyone else. So it won't be easy.

Redhook
06-27-2006, 06:41 PM
1999

Graves: 3.08 ERA, 111 IP :eek:
Sullivan: 3.01 ERA, 113.7 IP
Reyes: 3.79 ERA, 61.7 IP
Williamson: 2.41 ERA, 93.3 IP
White: 4.43 ERA, 61 IP

And I used to b**ch about some of these guys. What was I thinking? I'd give anything to have all these guys in the pen right now.

Sea Ray
06-27-2006, 06:46 PM
Anyone heard anything about Scott Sullivan? I know he had to shut it down over back problems. I wonder if a comeback is a possibility for him? Seems to me he'd be the type to give it one more try and I'd sure like to see our Reds take a chance on him

Tornon
06-27-2006, 07:01 PM
Anyone heard anything about Scott Sullivan? I know he had to shut it down over back problems. I wonder if a comeback is a possibility for him? Seems to me he'd be the type to give it one more try and I'd sure like to see our Reds take a chance on him

He appears to have retired as he is not listed as an active player on the mlb.com search.. it says his career ended in 2004

KYRed
06-28-2006, 01:36 AM
That ERA is saying something, considering that after tonight we are dead last in the NL in bullpen ERA, at 5.07.