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redsupport
04-05-2008, 05:03 PM
The third hit by catcher Dave Van Gorder was the game winner in the ninth as the Reds edged the Phils 4-3. The Reds tied the game in the eighth when outfielder Floyd Robinson homered. The Phils had taken the lead in the topof the eighth when first baseman Bill White homered. The starting pitchers for the Phils, Ray Herbert and for the Reds Bruce Berenyi pitched well. The Reds newly acquired closer Ben Hayes got the win. Unfortunately left hander Gred Cadaret surrendered the home run to White. Tomorrow the Phils go with Wayne Twitchell, the Reds counter with Erik Hansen

Driver62
04-05-2008, 05:23 PM
The third hit by catcher Dave Van Gorder was the game winner in the ninth as the Reds edged the Phils 4-3. The Reds tied the game in the eighth when outfielder Floyd Robinson homered. The Phils had taken the lead in the topof the eighth when first baseman Bill White homered. The starting pitchers for the Phils, Ray Herbert and for the Reds Bruce Berenyi pitched well. The Reds newly acquired closer Ben Hayes got the win. Unfortunately left hander Gred Cadaret surrendered the home run to White. Tomorrow the Phils go with Wayne Twitchell, the Reds counter with Erik Hansen

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Ukosumu
04-05-2008, 05:33 PM
The third hit by catcher Dave Van Gorder was the game winner in the ninth as the Reds edged the Phils 4-3. The Reds tied the game in the eighth when outfielder Floyd Robinson homered. The Phils had taken the lead in the topof the eighth when first baseman Bill White homered. The starting pitchers for the Phils, Ray Herbert and for the Reds Bruce Berenyi pitched well. The Reds newly acquired closer Ben Hayes got the win. Unfortunately left hander Gred Cadaret surrendered the home run to White. Tomorrow the Phils go with Wayne Twitchell, the Reds counter with Erik Hansen

Come again?

Rocket_Fuel
04-05-2008, 05:34 PM
The third hit by catcher Dave Van Gorder was the game winner in the ninth as the Reds edged the Phils 4-3. The Reds tied the game in the eighth when outfielder Floyd Robinson homered. The Phils had taken the lead in the topof the eighth when first baseman Bill White homered. The starting pitchers for the Phils, Ray Herbert and for the Reds Bruce Berenyi pitched well. The Reds newly acquired closer Ben Hayes got the win. Unfortunately left hander Gred Cadaret surrendered the home run to White. Tomorrow the Phils go with Wayne Twitchell, the Reds counter with Erik Hansen

Dude, are you ok?

Degenerate39
04-05-2008, 06:00 PM
Dude, are you ok?

He's made a few threads about former Reds players that no one has heard about but other than that he's ok.

jmac
04-05-2008, 07:03 PM
He's made a few threads about former Reds players that no one has heard about but other than that he's ok.
Actually Bruce Berenyi pitched in one of those games in which a pitcher did something I will never forget.
In his big league debut vs stros, he walked the first six batters before being pulled not retiring a batter.
Went on to be a pretty good pitcher for the reds.

redsupport
04-05-2008, 07:08 PM
great stuff, mediocre control, gave up very few homeruns, one of the great red pitchers with b.b. as initials
Bill Bonham
Bob Buchanon

TheBigLebowski
04-05-2008, 07:53 PM
Did Bill Scherrer or Tim Birtsas get in the game?

redsupport
04-05-2008, 08:53 PM
Yes in fact, Scherrer relieved Marcus Moore and was preceeded by Dwayne Henry
Tim Birtsas was preceeded by Larry Leubbers, and followed by Steven Foster

kaldaniels
04-06-2008, 12:14 AM
Actually Bruce Berenyi pitched in one of those games in which a pitcher did something I will never forget.
In his big league debut vs stros, he walked the first six batters before being pulled not retiring a batter.
Went on to be a pretty good pitcher for the reds.

I was actually just thinking today about a new stat....a "no-outer"...which would ideally be just as rare as a no hitter.

It would be obviously for a starting pitcher who records no outs. The only question is how many batters minimum would a pitcher have to face in order to earn the dubious "no-outer".

If memory serves me correctly I witnessed a Jeff Austin debacle about 4-5 years back.

redsupport
04-06-2008, 01:35 AM
Jeff Austin was money, I think in that game he permitted three homers in the fourst just like our hero Phil Dumatrait

Johnny Cueto
04-06-2008, 04:07 AM
you need to stop making threads, lol.

goreds2
04-06-2008, 11:48 AM
The third hit by catcher Dave Van Gorder was the game winner in the ninth as the Reds edged the Phils 4-3. The Reds tied the game in the eighth when outfielder Floyd Robinson homered. The Phils had taken the lead in the topof the eighth when first baseman Bill White homered. The starting pitchers for the Phils, Ray Herbert and for the Reds Bruce Berenyi pitched well. The Reds newly acquired closer Ben Hayes got the win. Unfortunately left hander Gred Cadaret surrendered the home run to White. Tomorrow the Phils go with Wayne Twitchell, the Reds counter with Erik Hansen

:clap:

Reverend Doo-Rag
04-06-2008, 11:58 AM
great stuff, mediocre control, gave up very few homeruns, one of the great red pitchers with b.b. as initials
Bill Bonham
Bob Buchanon

This lineage does not bode well for Bill Bray.
or Bob Borkowski
Bob Barton is ready.

CySeymour
04-06-2008, 02:02 PM
Did Tom Foley or Tom Runnels play short?

Rocket_Fuel
04-06-2008, 03:11 PM
He's made a few threads about former Reds players that no one has heard about but other than that he's ok.

LOL! Wow.

redsupport
04-06-2008, 05:08 PM
Off season acquisition Roger Nelson pitched brilliantly for over 5 innings as the Reds used timely hitting to edge the Phils 8-2. Nelson struck out 8. The Phils starter Ray Culp took the loss. Nelson pitched out of trouble fanning slugger Larry Hisle with men on base. The Reds offense was lead by the intrepid hitting from infielder rafael Santo Domingo who continues to be productive from the second slot in the line up. Leadoff hitter Joel Youngblood delivered two hits as did outfielder Larry Stahl who homered. The finale matches Dick Ruthven for the Phils vs. Charlie PUleo for the Reds.

forfreelin04
04-06-2008, 05:11 PM
Red, are these actual games or are you simply plugging obscure players in for Reds players?

redsupport
04-06-2008, 05:12 PM
These are accurate game summaries with remote players plugged in to honor their meritorious service with the Reds. These esteemed greats should not be forgotten!

fugowitribe
04-06-2008, 05:17 PM
Why?.......What is the point of that? I have never heard of half of these guys. And I don't really care too. Just post the game.

forfreelin04
04-06-2008, 05:36 PM
HAHA, being that most of the poster on Sun Deck are probably below the age to remember such names. How about updating at least from 1990 on?

texasdave
04-06-2008, 05:43 PM
HAHA, being that most of the poster on Sun Deck are probably below the age to remember such names. How about updating at least from 1990 on?

Mix it up. Old school Reds one day. Disney characters the next. Famous farmers. Signers of the Declaration of Independence. Current Reds minor leaguers. You have stumbled upon something here, Redsupport. Run with it.

jfleur87
04-07-2008, 12:51 AM
i've read these for awhile i believe, and i find nothing wrong with em, i find it funny that so many years from now, someone else could post something just like the original poster with the current names and people might be asking the same question (what????)because ya never know

Javy Pornstache
04-07-2008, 01:28 AM
I support redsupport. Do more of these, please.

redsupport
04-10-2008, 03:20 AM
Newly acquired right hander John Denny pitched 5 innings as the Reds bested MIlwaukee 12-4. The Reds had home runs by outfielders Dick Simpson and Steve pegues today. In addition infielder JUlian Javier had three hits. The Milwaukee club had homers by Lee Maye and Billy Bruton but starter Billy O'dell took the loss. For the Reds strong relief was provided by Mike Smith, and Todd Williams. Tomorrow the Reds throw Doug Capilla the Milwaukee teams counters with JIm Slaton

goreds2
04-10-2008, 03:40 AM
I also look forward to see Paul Moskau pitch again. ;)

http://www.baseball-reference.com/m/moskapa01.shtml

mroby85
04-10-2008, 05:05 AM
no offense, but these are idiotic.

Redus
04-10-2008, 09:31 AM
Do you have any information on why Wayne Krenchicki was out of the lineup?

redsupport
04-10-2008, 12:42 PM
German Barranca was hot

EddieMilner
04-10-2008, 01:49 PM
Newly acquired right hander John Denny pitched 5 innings as the Reds bested MIlwaukee 12-4. The Reds had home runs by outfielders Dick Simpson and Steve pegues today. In addition infielder JUlian Javier had three hits. The Milwaukee club had homers by Lee Maye and Billy Bruton but starter Billy O'dell took the loss. For the Reds strong relief was provided by Mike Smith, and Todd Williams. Tomorrow the Reds throw Doug Capilla the Milwaukee teams counters with JIm Slaton

While these are not my cup of tea, could you at least post the date that corresponds to the game? Are these games that were played on the same date many years ago, or just an arbitrary game you picked out from an old scorecard you kept?

texasdave
04-10-2008, 03:27 PM
If Capilla can go 6 I would be happy.

kaldaniels
04-10-2008, 04:04 PM
I understand that this is a "private" website and I have to follow the rules of posting...

That said...I can't believe one of these threads is allowed everyday...but if someone wants to start a thread about an in-game event during said game the thread gets closed.

I love Redszone but I don't get this one.