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Big Klu
08-08-2007, 10:01 AM
50 years ago (1957), a 5-3 loss at Milwaukee County Stadium vs. the Braves.

Cincinnati
Johnny Temple 2b
Gus Bell cf
Jerry Lynch rf
George Crowe 1b
Frank Robinson lf
Ed Bailey c
Don Hoak 3b
Alex Grammas ss
Joe Nuxhall p

Milwaukee Braves
Red Schoendienst 2b
Nippy Jones 1b
Eddie Mathews 3b
Hank Aaron cf
Del Crandall rf
Johnny Logan ss
Wes Covington lf
Del Rice c
Lew Burdette p


WP: Lew Burdette (10-7)
LP: Raul Sanchez (3-2)
Sv: Don McMahon (5)
HR: CIN - George Crowe (24), Frank Robinson (18). MIL - Del Crandall (14).

Big Klu
08-08-2007, 10:11 AM
45 years ago (1962), a 4-0 win at Colt Stadium in Houston.

Cincinnati
Eddie Kasko 3b
Don Blasingame 2b
Jerry Lynch lf
Frank Robinson rf
Gordy Coleman 1b
Johnny Edwards c
Vada Pinson cf
Leo Cardenas ss
Joe Nuxhall p

Houston
Bob Lillis 2b
Jim Pendleton lf
Bob Aspromonte 3b
Roman Mejias rf
Carl Warwick cf
Hal W. Smith 1b
Jim Campbell c
J.C. Hartman ss
Bob Bruce p


WP: Joe Nuxhall (2-0)
LP: Bob Bruce (6-7)
Sv: Jim Brosnan (8)
HR: CIN - Jerry Lynch (9).

This was the Reds third consecutive shutout in the series at Houston.

Big Klu
08-08-2007, 10:27 AM
40 years ago (1967), a 5-0 win at Crosley Field vs. the Astros.

Houston
Julio Gotay ss
Joe Morgan 2b
Jimmy Wynn cf
Rusty Staub rf
Norm Miller lf
Eddie Mathews 1b
Bob Aspromonte 3b
Dave Adlesh c
Mike Cuellar p

Cincinnati
Tommy Harper rf
Vada Pinson cf
Pete Rose lf
Lee May 1b
Tony Perez 3b
Tommy Helms ss
Don Pavletich c
Chico Ruiz 2b
Milt Pappas p


WP: Milt Pappas (11-7)
LP: Mike Cuellar (11-7)
HR: CIN - Tony Perez (20).

Milt Pappas pitched a two-hit shutout with 9 K's to get the win. The Astros' only hits were a first-inning single by Jimmy Wynn and a ninth-inning single by Julio Gotay.

cumberlandreds
08-08-2007, 10:55 AM
45 years ago (1962), a 4-0 win at Colt Stadium in Houston.

Cincinnati
Eddie Kasko 3b
Don Blasingame 2b
Jerry Lynch lf
Frank Robinson rf
Gordy Coleman 1b
Johnny Edwards c
Vada Pinson cf
Leo Cardenas ss
Joe Nuxhall p

Houston
Bob Lillis 2b
Jim Pendleton lf
Bob Aspromonte 3b
Roman Mejias rf
Carl Warwick cf
Hal W. Smith 1b
Jim Campbell c
J.C. Hartman ss
Bob Bruce p


WP: Joe Nuxhall (2-0)
LP: Bob Bruce (6-7)
Sv: Jim Brosnan (8)
HR: CIN - Jerry Lynch (9).

This was the Reds third consecutive shutout in the series at Houston.


This is a remarkable streak even against an expansion team. What is the record for consectutive shuout innings by a team? They had to be close to it then.

Big Klu
08-08-2007, 11:00 AM
35 years ago (1972), a 2-1 19-inning win at Riverfront Stadium vs. the Dodgers.

Los Angeles
Lee Lacy 2b
Willie Davis cf
Manny Mota lf
Wes Parker 1b
Frank Robinson rf
Bobby Valentine 3b
Bill Russell ss
Steve Yeager c
Tommy John p

Cincinnati
Pete Rose lf
Joe Morgan 2b
Bobby Tolan cf
Johnny Bench c
Tony Perez 1b
Denis Menke 3b
George Foster rf
Dave Concepcion ss
Ross Grimsley p


WP: Pedro Borbon (5-2)
LP: Pete Mikkelsen (3-5)
HR: None.

Clay Carroll and Pedro Borbon combined to pitch nine innings of two-hit shutout relief. Borbon allowed two hits over the final five innings. The Reds scored the winning run in the 19th when Denis Menke led off with a doubel. Pinch-hitter Cesar Geronimo was intentionally walked, and then pinch-hitter Joe Hague singled to score pinch-runner Ted Uhlaender from second.

George Anderson
08-08-2007, 11:02 AM
35 years ago (1972), a 2-1 19-inning win at Riverfront Stadium vs. the Dodgers.

Los Angeles
Lee Lacy 2b
Willie Davis cf
Manny Mota lf
Wes Parker 1b
Frank Robinson rf
Bobby Valentine 3b
Bill Russell ss
Steve Yeager c
Tommy John p

Cincinnati
Pete Rose lf
Joe Morgan 2b
Bobby Tolan cf
Johnny Bench c
Tony Perez 1b
Denis Menke 3b
George Foster rf
Dave Concepcion ss
Ross Grimsley p


WP: Pedro Borbon (5-2)
LP: Pete Mikkelsen (3-5)
HR: None.

Clay Carroll and Pedro Borbon combined to pitch nine innings of two-hit shutout relief. Borbon allowed two hits over the final five innings. The Reds scored the winning run in the 19th when Denis Menke led off with a doubel. Pinch-hitter Cesar Geronimo was intentionally walked, and then pinch-hitter Joe Hague singled to score pinch-runner Ted Uhlaender from second.

Five future managers in this game.

Big Klu
08-08-2007, 11:07 AM
This is a remarkable streak even against an expansion team. What is the record for consectutive shuout innings by a team? They had to be close to it then.

I don't know what the record is, but the '62 Reds were at 33 scoreless innings after that game: the final two innings in the second game of the doubleheader at the Polo Grounds against the Mets on 8/5, the 13-inning shutout on 8/6, and back-to-back nine-inning shutouts on 8/7 and 8/8. I looked ahead, and the Colt .45's finally scored in the fifth inning on 8/9, so that is 37 shutout innings.

Big Klu
08-08-2007, 11:13 AM
Five future managers in this game.

Seven, if you count Maury Wills (who PH for the Dodgers) and Hal McRae (who PH for the Reds).

Big Klu
08-08-2007, 11:26 AM
30 years ago (1977), a 4-0 loss at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.

Cincinnati
Pete Rose 3b
Ken Griffey rf
Joe Morgan 2b
George Foster lf
Johnny Bench c
Dave Concepcion ss
Dan Driessen 1b
Cesar Geronimo cf
Paul Moskau p

Los Angeles
Davey Lopes 2b
Bill Russell ss
Reggie Smith rf
Ron Cey 3b
Steve Garvey 1b
Rick Monday cf
Dusty Baker lf
Steve Yeager c
Tommy John p


WP: Tommy John (13-4)
LP: Paul Moskau (2-3)
HR: LA - Tommy John (1), Reggie Smith (20).

Tommy John pitched a two-hit shutout and hit a solo homer to get the win for the Dodgers. The only Reds hits were a second-inning single by George Foster and a third-inning double by Ken Griffey.

George Anderson
08-08-2007, 11:26 AM
Seven, if you count Maury Wills (who PH for the Dodgers) and Hal McRae (who PH for the Reds).

Ten if you count the people who didn't get in the game. Bill Plummer, Davey Lopes and Alex Grammas.

cumberlandreds
08-08-2007, 11:29 AM
This is a remarkable streak even against an expansion team. What is the record for consectutive shuout innings by a team? They had to be close to it then.

I found the answer to my question in baseball almanac.com. The Pirates hold the record at 56 innings in 1903. Baltimore has the AL record of 54 in 1974.




Most Consecutive Shutout Innings Pitched

AL
54
Baltimore (09-01-1974 to 09-07-1974)



[last inning thru first eight innings]

NL
56
Pittsburgh (06-01-1903 to 06-09-1903)



[last two innings thru first three innings]

Big Klu
08-08-2007, 11:36 AM
25 years ago (1982), a 3-1 loss at Jack Murphy Stadium in San Diego.

Cincinnati
Tom Lawless 2b
Eddie Milner cf
Dave Concepcion ss
Johnny Bench 3b
Mike Vail lf
Dan Driessen 1b
Paul Householder rf
Alex Treviño c
Frank Pastore p

San Diego
Gene Richards lf
Tony Gwynn cf
Garry Templeton ss
Terry Kennedy c
Broderick Perkins 1b
Luis Salazar 3b
Joe Lefebvre rf
Tim Flannery 2b
Dave Dravecky p


WP: Dave Dravecky (2-1)
LP: Frank Pastore (5-9)
Sv: Gary Lucas (15)
HR: None.

Big Klu
08-08-2007, 11:45 AM
20 years ago (1987), a 5-2 loss at Candlestick Park in San Francisco.

Cincinnati
Barry Larkin ss
Buddy Bell 3b
Eric Davis cf
Dave Parker rf
Tracy Jones lf
Bo Diaz c
Dave Concepcion 1b
Kurt Stillwell 2b
Tom Browning p

San Francisco
Robby Thompson 2b
Kevin Mitchell 3b
Jeffrey Leonard lf
Candy Maldonado rf
Chili Davis cf
Will Clark 1b
Bob Brenly c
Jose Uribe ss
Atlee Hammaker p


WP: Atlee Hammaker (7-8)
LP: Tom Browning (5-9)
HR: CIN - Eric Davis (31). SF - Will Clark (23).

Big Klu
08-08-2007, 12:01 PM
15 years ago (1992), a 4-3 16-inning win at Riverfront vs. the Giants.

San Francisco
Mike Felder cf
Robby Thompson 2b
Will Clark 1b
Chris James lf
Cory Snyder rf
Matt Williams 3b
Kirt Manwaring c
Mike Benjamin ss
Billy Swift p

Cincinnati
Reggie Sanders cf
Dave Martinez 1b
Barry Larkin ss
Paul O'Neill rf
Glenn Braggs lf
Bill Doran 2b
Chris Sabo 3b
Joe Oliver c
Chris Hammond p


WP: Dwayne Henry (3-2)
LP: Jim Peña (1-1)
HR: SF - Mike Felder (4).

Big Klu
08-08-2007, 12:08 PM
10 years ago (1997), a 10-5 loss at Riverfront vs. the Dodgers.

Los Angeles
Brett Butler lf
Wayne Kirby cf
Mike Piazza c
Eric Karros 1b
Raul Mondesi rf
Todd Zeile 3b
Greg Gagne ss
Wilton Guerrero 2b
Tom Candiotti p

Cincinnati
Deion Sanders cf
Mike Kelly lf
Barry Larkin ss
Eduardo Perez 1b
Willie Greene 3b
Reggie Sanders rf
Joe Oliver c
Bret Boone 2b
Mike Morgan p


WP: Tom Candiotti (8-4)
LP: Mike Morgan (3-10)
Sv: Darren Dreifort (2)
HR: CIN - Joe Oliver (11), Eduardo Perez (10).

Big Klu
08-08-2007, 12:18 PM
Five years ago (2002), a 10-3 loss at Coors Field in Denver.

Cincinnati
Brady Clark cf
Barry Larkin ss
Aaron Boone 3b
Adam Dunn 1b
Austin Kearns rf
Brandon Larson lf
Todd Walker 2b
Jason LaRue c
Jimmy Haynes p

Colorado
Juan Pierre cf
Brent Butler 2b
Larry Walker rf
Todd Helton 1b
Todd Zeile 3b
Jack Cust lf
Juan Uribe ss
Gary Bennett c
Mike Hampton p


WP: Mike Hampton (6-13)
LP: Jimmy Haynes (12-7)
HR: CIN - Reggie Taylor (7), Adam Dunn (24).

cumberlandreds
08-08-2007, 12:48 PM
30 years ago (1977), a 4-0 loss at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.

Cincinnati
Pete Rose 3b
Ken Griffey rf
Joe Morgan 2b
George Foster lf
Johnny Bench c
Dave Concepcion ss
Dan Driessen 1b
Cesar Geronimo cf
Paul Moskau p

Los Angeles
Davey Lopes 2b
Bill Russell ss
Reggie Smith rf
Ron Cey 3b
Steve Garvey 1b
Rick Monday cf
Dusty Baker lf
Steve Yeager c
Tommy John p


WP: Tommy John (13-4)
LP: Paul Moskau (2-3)
HR: LA - Tommy John (1), Reggie Smith (20).

Tommy John pitched a two-hit shutout and hit a solo homer to get the win for the Dodgers. The only Reds hits were a second-inning single by George Foster and a third-inning double by Ken Griffey.

Tommy John, post surgery, was a real Red killer too. He may have been before his surgery I don't remember. But those Reds always had trouble with the slow ball,control type pitcher. John,Randy Jones and Rick Reuschel come to my mind first as being that type who just killed the Reds.

Big Klu
08-08-2007, 12:57 PM
Tommy John, post surgery, was a real Red killer too. He may have been before his surgery I don't remember. But those Reds always had trouble with the slow ball,control type pitcher. John,Randy Jones and Rick Reuschel come to my mind first as being that type who just killed the Reds.

That's a pretty strong Dodger lineup in 1977, too.