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Eric_Davis
04-10-2007, 05:51 AM
That translates to a 54-27 home record....have always wanted the REDS to figure out how to dominate at home again like the Big Red Machine did.

....and a 40-41 road record...will produce an overall record of 94-68, which should win the division easily.....so, maybe a .600 home record and .500 road record....that would produce an 89-73 record, which might win a wild card and maybe the division.

So, on this 6-game road trip, I'm hoping for 3-3, preferably 2 of the wins in Chicago.

We're 4-2 at home so far. Looking good.

Even though we lost a 3-2 game, I think we can win our share of 3-2 games.

RedFanAlways1966
04-10-2007, 07:53 AM
I like your attitude. :thumbup:

Eric_Davis
04-12-2007, 12:24 AM
Like I said, I think we can win our share of 3-2 games.

membengal
04-14-2007, 04:56 AM
After starting 0-2 with two frustrating losses, a pleasant recovery on this trip. One of the next two and it has been a succesful week in Arizona and Chicago. Steal the next two and it will be in the unexpectedly pleasant range.

DontCopyMe
04-14-2007, 08:25 AM
remember, we still have the west coast trip

RedFanAlways1966
04-14-2007, 08:57 AM
remember, we still have the west coast trip


Technically they have three West Coast trips this year...

(1) 6 games (LA, SD), May 11-16
(2) 6 games (OAK, SEA), June 18-24
(3) 4 games (all SF), Sept. 20-23

Heath
04-14-2007, 09:02 AM
Technically they have three West Coast trips this year...

(1) 6 games (LA, SD), May 11-16
(2) 6 games (OAK, SEA), June 18-24
(3) 4 games (all SF), Sept. 20-23

Old timers remember when West Coast Trips were commonplace. That meant a trip to SF, SD, & LA and one or two of those days were double-headers. Usually that happened three times a year.

I need to stop. I sound like RFS. Except that he'd talk about the train rides. :mooner:

Mark me down for the projected W/L total. I'll take it.