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VR
05-12-2009, 02:09 AM
Let's keep this up....


Taveras .950
Hairston 1.007
Votto 1.333
Phillips 1.059
Bruce .879
Hernandez .814
Nix 1.012
Rosales .838


(Owings 1.286) :)

(McDonald .222)
(Dickerson .490)

vic715
05-12-2009, 04:03 AM
Its really picked up since the three automatic outs aren't in the lineup,EE Gonzo and Dickerson.Not picking on them but they just were not getting it done.

VR
05-12-2009, 11:13 AM
http://mlb.mlb.com/stats/sortable_team_stats.jsp?c_id=cin&baseballScope=NL&statType=1&sitSplit=&timeSubFrame=14&groupByTeam=true&Submit=Submit&timeFrame=1

this one kind of says it all about the powerhouse offense. They also have the fewest K's over this period as well.

Will M
05-12-2009, 01:26 PM
Let's keep this up....


Taveras .950
Hairston 1.007
Votto 1.333
Phillips 1.059
Bruce .879
Hernandez .814
Nix 1.012
Rosales .838


(Owings 1.286) :)

(McDonald .222)
(Dickerson .490)

Rosales replaced EE.
Hairston got really hot when he replaced Gonzo as the every day SS.
Phillips & Hernandez started hitting.
Nix replaced Dickeron in LF.

The offense has really been scoring lots of runs recently & not just on the HR. sometimes its a HR. sometimes it is just lots of hits combined with good speed on the bases. lots of going first to third or scoring from 2B on a single.

with only one really huge power hitter (Bruce) the Reds need offensive contributions from all 8 position players & they have been getting it recently.

VR
05-12-2009, 01:28 PM
with only one really huge power hitter (Bruce) the Reds need offensive contributions from all 8 position players & they have been getting it recently.

When you think of it....they've also gotten production from the 9 spot....Harang, Cueto, Owings with big ab's in the last 2 weeks. THAT is a big change of pace for this team.

TRF
05-12-2009, 01:29 PM
I wonder if that broken wrist thingy was bothering EE? Man I get tired of reading about how he wasn't getting it done while he was hurt. He thought he could play through it, that's on him and the trainer and Dusty.

Chip R
05-12-2009, 01:55 PM
I wonder if that broken wrist thingy was bothering EE? Man I get tired of reading about how he wasn't getting it done while he was hurt. He thought he could play through it, that's on him and the trainer and Dusty.


That couldn't be it. Everybody knows your wrists don't have anything to do with swinging a bat.

thatcoolguy_22
05-12-2009, 03:29 PM
That couldn't be it. Everybody knows your wrists don't have anything to do with swinging a bat.

Lol

2006 1.099 OPS
2007 .794 OPS
2008 .807 OPS
2009 .476 OPS

Ummmmmm one of these does not look like the other. Not to mention the odd looking OPS number happens to be in his year 26 season... Yeah he must just not be able to hit

:D