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oneupper
07-02-2006, 09:25 AM
Just a reminder that last night was the REDS 81st game, marking the halfway point of the season.

So to project anything, just double it..

W-L 44-37 would translate to 88-74 for the season.

Dunn on pace for 52 HR (and 188 Ks)
Kearns on pace for 30 HR (and 152 Ks)
JR on pace for 34 HR

Arroyo and Harang on pace for 18 wins.

and so on...

REDJAKE
07-02-2006, 12:44 PM
I would agree with most of those numbers if things stay the same but JR should hit more than 34 remember he missed about 5 wks. at the beginning so i look for him to be in the 40s by season end.GO CINCY!!!!

oneupper
07-02-2006, 12:57 PM
Guacarock has a much better analysis on this at Reds Live!

http://www.redszone.com/forums/showthread.php?t=45859

George Foster
07-03-2006, 12:12 AM
Just a reminder that last night was the REDS 81st game, marking the halfway point of the season.

So to project anything, just double it..

W-L 44-37 would translate to 88-74 for the season.

Dunn on pace for 52 HR (and 188 Ks)
Kearns on pace for 30 HR (and 152 Ks)
JR on pace for 34 HR

Arroyo and Harang on pace for 18 wins.

and so on...

I said all season long that 90 games will win the Wild Card. I stand by that prediction

redsrule2500
07-03-2006, 12:32 AM
I said all season long that 90 games will win the Wild Card. I stand by that prediction


90 wins is in our grasp, especially if we aquire some help with this bullpen. :thumbup:

GAC
07-03-2006, 06:30 AM
Just a reminder that last night was the REDS 81st game, marking the halfway point of the season.

So to project anything, just double it..

W-L 44-37 would translate to 88-74 for the season.

Dunn on pace for 52 HR (and 188 Ks)
Kearns on pace for 30 HR (and 152 Ks)
JR on pace for 34 HR

Arroyo and Harang on pace for 18 wins.

and so on...

Who would have thunk it? ;)

The fans, overall, cannot be too grossly disappointed at this stage.

But we'll see what the second half holds.