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WMR
09-27-2007, 11:42 AM
96 mph heater right in the back...

wish it happened more often to that guy.

wish the Reds staff would show some grit and do the same sometimes. Whenever one of our pitchers hits somebody, it's because he doesn't know where the ball is going.

RedsMightWin
09-27-2007, 03:49 PM
96 mph heater right in the back...

wish it happened more often to that guy.

wish the Reds staff would show some grit and do the same sometimes. Whenever one of our pitchers hits somebody, it's because he doesn't know where the ball is going.

Reds havent played hard baseball in years. They are the rug the rest of baseball walks on.

GoReds33
09-27-2007, 03:58 PM
Reds havent played hard baseball in years. They are the rug the rest of baseball walks on.Not since the Nasty Boys. They need a few hard-nosed pitchers with an attitude. Burton strikes me as that type of guy.:)

RedsMightWin
09-27-2007, 04:03 PM
Not since the Nasty Boys. They need a few hard-nosed pitchers with an attitude. Burton strikes me as that type of guy.:)

They have been jokes for years and really dont see that changing any time soon. Phillips might start getting plunked though with how he show boats a little. I know its already pissed off people around the cardinals.

Orenda
09-28-2007, 09:32 AM
Anytime you advocate taking a hard object and propelling it 90mph plus at an opponents head someone should seriously question how credible of a person you are. I'm referring mostly to Larusa here, I'm ok with retaliating but once that ball gets higher then the shoulder blade you're significantly raising the risk of seeing someone get hurt and possibly contributing to another player's retirement (concussions add up too).

WMR
09-28-2007, 11:55 AM
Anytime you advocate taking a hard object and propelling it 90mph plus at an opponents head someone should seriously question how credible of a person you are. I'm referring mostly to Larusa here, I'm ok with retaliating but once that ball gets higher then the shoulder blade you're significantly raising the risk of seeing someone get hurt and possibly contributing to another player's retirement (concussions add up too).

I agree with you 100%. Anyone who advocates throwing at a player's head should be banished from the game permanently.

A nice hard fastball in the ribs is another matter, however. :D

TeamSelig
09-28-2007, 11:58 AM
We played hard a few years back when we were fighting anybody who hit us. That was a cool season.

captainmorgan07
09-28-2007, 01:13 PM
it was along time coming for someone to hit alber winnie the pujols. Reds should have did it when he tried to take out phillips.

Degenerate39
09-28-2007, 01:15 PM
They have been jokes for years and really dont see that changing any time soon. Phillips might start getting plunked though with how he show boats a little. I know its already pissed off people around the cardinals.

When has Phillips showboated?