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goreds2
10-01-2006, 01:03 PM
A win makes us 81-81. Hopefully, this season will be an initial building point. :thumbup:

cincy09
10-01-2006, 01:31 PM
Chris Denorfia CF
Juan Castro 3B
Edwin Encarnacion 1B
Adam Dunn LF
David Ross C
Brendan Harris 2B
Ray Olmedo SS
Dewayne Wise RF
Matt Belisle P

Per Marc

Tom Servo
10-01-2006, 01:43 PM
4/3/06:
Tony Womack 2B
Felipe Lopez SS
Ken Griffey Jr CF
Adam Dunn LF
Edwin Encarnacion 3B
Scott Hatteberg 1B
Austin Kearns RF
Javier Valentin C
Aaron Harang P

10/1/06:
Chris Denorfia CF
Juan Castro 3B
Edwin Encarnacion 1B
Adam Dunn LF
David Ross C
Brendan Harris 2B
Ray Olmedo SS
Dewayne Wise RF
Matt Belisle P

goreds2
10-01-2006, 01:45 PM
4/3/06:
Tony Womack 2B
Felipe Lopez SS
Ken Griffey Jr CF
Adam Dunn LF
Edwin Encarnacion 3B
Scott Hatteberg 1B
Austin Kearns RF
Javier Valentin C
Aaron Harang P

10/1/06:
Chris Denorfia CF
Juan Castro 3B
Edwin Encarnacion 1B
Adam Dunn LF
David Ross C
Brendan Harris 2B
Ray Olmedo SS
Dewayne Wise RF
Matt Belisle P

:eek:

RedsManRick
10-01-2006, 01:55 PM
4/3/06
Belisle
Burns
Coffey
Hammond
Mercker
Weathers
White

10/1/06:
Bray
Coffey
Cormier
Franklin
Majewski
Schoeneweis
Weathers

forfreelin04
10-01-2006, 01:56 PM
Lets hope the final day lineup doesn't look like next years opening day

TeamBoone
10-01-2006, 02:49 PM
Marty had Steve Stewart choked up big time.

Matt700wlw
10-01-2006, 02:50 PM
Marty had Steve Stewart choked up big time.

I feel bad for the guy.

HalMorrisRules
10-01-2006, 02:55 PM
I'm intrigued by Encarnacion at 1st base. Could be interesting.

goreds2
10-01-2006, 03:44 PM
I feel bad for the guy.

What was said? (Thanks)

justincredible
10-01-2006, 03:53 PM
Edwin at 1st? Interesting.

goreds2
10-01-2006, 04:54 PM
Reds lose 1-0.


Their 6th straight losing season.

Marty did say some kind words to Steve Stewart before he went downstairs to do the Star Of The Game Show.

goreds2
10-01-2006, 05:30 PM
Reds lose 1-0.


Their 6th straight losing season.

Marty did say some kind words to Steve Stewart before he went downstairs to do the Star Of The Game Show.

A very emotional fairwell by Steve following his post game show. He thanked everyone and said he still hoped to work somewhere in Cincinnati (Reds TV network?). His final words were "I have a plane to catch and you have a football game to watch"

A CLASS ACT.

Falls City Beer
10-01-2006, 05:39 PM
His final words were "I have a plane to catch and you have a football game to watch"

A CLASS ACT.

I agree. He certainly sounded like a standup guy and a solid voice in the booth. I wish him luck.

But there's real subtext in his final words: "you have a football game to watch."

Indeed, the heart of the city's fandom beats in PB Stadium. This organization has miles to go before they catch the feeling that's been created by Marvin Lewis and Co. down just a few city blocks west.

Right now, that's the story with the Reds' organization, whether you care to admit it or not: it's still the patient etherized upon the table, and the Bengals, well the Bengals have lapped the Reds many times over.

vaticanplum
10-01-2006, 05:43 PM
I agree. He certainly sounded like a standup guy and a solid voice in the booth. I wish him luck.

But there's real subtext in his final words: "you have a football game to watch."

I noticed that too. Nothing about postseason baseball to watch, just football.


Indeed, the heart of the city's fandom beats in PB Stadium. This organization has miles to go before they catch the feeling that's been created by Marvin Lewis and Co. down just a few city blocks west.

Right now, that's the story with the Reds' organization, whether you care to admit it or not: it's still the patient etherized upon the table, and the Bengals, well the Bengals have lapped the Reds many times over.

You are correct. And while the Bengals deserve credit for what they have done, this upsets me inordinately and to no end. I take it personally.

Falls City Beer
10-01-2006, 05:48 PM
I noticed that too. Nothing about postseason baseball to watch, just football.



You are correct. And while the Bengals deserve credit for what they have done, this upsets me inordinately and to no end. I take it personally.

The second baseball season begins after the World Series. Let's hope Wayne Krivsky and Robert Castellini don't allow Walt Jocketty and Tim Purpura to outmaneuver them in this just as important segment of the baseball year.

It's time to get workin', boys. The respectability of this franchise, nay, your very own respectability hangs in the balance. No rest for the wicked.

No excuses. None, whatsoever.

mth123
10-01-2006, 06:03 PM
IBut there's real subtext in his final words: "you have a football game to watch."

Indeed, the heart of the city's fandom beats in PB Stadium. This organization has miles to go before they catch the feeling that's been created by Marvin Lewis and Co. down just a few city blocks west.

Right now, that's the story with the Reds' organization, whether you care to admit it or not: it's still the patient etherized upon the table, and the Bengals, well the Bengals have lapped the Reds many times over.

IMO this is your best post since I've been reading. Let me add that it seems like, the Reds reputation throughout baseball is down and Krivsky's job is made that much harder when trying to lure players who actually have other options besides Cincy.

jmac
10-01-2006, 06:22 PM
The second baseball season begins after the World Series. Let's hope Wayne Krivsky and Robert Castellini don't allow Walt Jocketty and Tim Purpura to outmaneuver them in this just as important segment of the baseball year.

It's time to get workin', boys. The respectability of this franchise, nay, your very own respectability hangs in the balance. No rest for the wicked.

No excuses. None, whatsoever.

i agree wholeheartedly on this one. yes i love football and basketball but not with the passion I have for baseball.
there is something about getting home from work on a winter's night and hearing about what "may" happen at the winter meetings or what"did" happen.
there really is a second season of baseball and what you do then lays the groundwork for the coming spring. this team improved 7 games.with a winter to work for wayne k.....can he do it again or even better ?

paulrichjr
10-02-2006, 01:17 PM
i agree wholeheartedly on this one. yes i love football and basketball but not with the passion I have for baseball.
there is something about getting home from work on a winter's night and hearing about what "may" happen at the winter meetings or what"did" happen.
there really is a second season of baseball and what you do then lays the groundwork for the coming spring. this team improved 7 games.with a winter to work for wayne k.....can he do it again or even better ?

I want to be real honest here. This team ONLY improved 7 games!! All the trades we made and the National League is just awful yet we only improve 7 games. This does not give Krivs a ringing endorsement. I hate to say this but I wouldn't be surprised if DanO wouldn't have been close to that.