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VR
04-10-2008, 04:05 PM
It's early, but....

Reds pitchers lead the majors in K's, and 2nd fewest in BB's.

Reds hitters lead the majors in BB's , bottom 3rd fewest k's.


That, is exciting.

RFS62
04-10-2008, 04:12 PM
Dogs sleeping with cats.... the end of civilization as we know it!!!

Joseph
04-10-2008, 05:16 PM
It's early, but....

Reds pitchers lead the majors in K's, and 2nd fewest in BB's.

Reds hitters lead the majors in BB's , bottom 3rd fewest k's.


That, is exciting.

Thats a trend for success.

KronoRed
04-10-2008, 06:15 PM
Dogs sleeping with cats.... the end of civilization as we know it!!!

Awesome, lets pop some popcorn.

VR
04-10-2008, 06:24 PM
Dogs sleeping with cats.... the end of civilization as we know it!!!

Reds are looking good.....sounds like a great year for....A STRIKE! Yeah, let's do it MLB!

RedFanAlways1966
04-10-2008, 10:07 PM
The just completed 3-game series in Milwaukee...

* REDS batters draw 15 walks. Brewers batters get 2 walks.
>> REDS starters (Cueto, Fogg Harang) do not walk a batter (19.1 IP).

:thumbup:

reds44
04-10-2008, 10:11 PM
The just completed 3-game series in Milwaukee...

* REDS batters draw 15 walks. Brewers batters get 2 walks.
>> REDS starters (Cueto, Fogg Harang) do not walk a batter (19.1 IP).

:thumbup:
That is a recipe for winning games.

max venable
04-10-2008, 10:36 PM
Awesome, lets pop some popcorn.

:laugh::laugh::laugh:

princeton
04-10-2008, 11:00 PM
here are more stats (not counting today's game):

as Lefthanded batters, Reds' OPS is .836
as Righthanded batters, Reds' OPS is .688

(this trend continues one of the sharpest demarcations for the Reds. Last year these numbers were .862 as lefthanded batters, and .716 as righthanded batters)

OPS vs. LHPers: .674. OPS vs. RHPers: .781

(again, a continuation of last years': OPS vs. LHPers: .732; OPS vs. RHPers: .790)

last year, Reds OPSed .791 when leading off innings, which is a terrific performance. This year, that number is a paltry .668, which probably explains a lot of the problems scoring runs.

to lead off game, last year the Reds OPSed .664. This year, it's .833. At this point, don't blame Patterson...

guttle11
04-10-2008, 11:09 PM
The just completed 3-game series in Milwaukee...

* REDS batters draw 15 walks. Brewers batters get 2 walks.
>> REDS starters (Cueto, Fogg Harang) do not walk a batter (19.1 IP).

:thumbup:

Clogging those bases.