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xavr1
07-07-2009, 10:22 AM
No one wants to harp on the negative, but I saw this on L. McAllister's blog and couldnt believe it:

The Reds have played 19,427 games in franchise history.
They have compiled a record of: 9,786-9,505 .507
Last night's 22-1 loss was the worst in franchise history

BigJohn
07-07-2009, 10:27 AM
How about we fire Dusty and see how we do after that! It is definitely worth a shot!

CySeymour
07-07-2009, 11:58 AM
Did any Phillies hitter get dusted last night? It seems like this team is very afraid to brush hitters back.

sivman17
07-07-2009, 12:01 PM
Did any Phillies hitter get dusted last night? It seems like this team is very afraid to brush hitters back.

i think masset might have thrown one inside if not mistaken

Jharb74
07-07-2009, 12:11 PM
Hal McCoy was saying something interesting, I'll paraphrase. Cueto was a little mad about not being on the All Star team, and/or not picked by the NL coach Charlie Manuel. In his chance to show Charlie what he passed up, he laid a big egg.

BigPoppa
07-07-2009, 12:39 PM
Hal McCoy was saying something interesting, I'll paraphrase. Cueto was a little mad about not being on the All Star team, and/or not picked by the NL coach Charlie Manuel. In his chance to show Charlie what he passed up, he laid a big egg.


That'll show him !!! :rolleyes:

PhillipsHead
07-07-2009, 12:56 PM
Whether 22-1 or 1-0, it's 1 loss. We're 40-41, not 40-60.

Everyone just get over it...I'm already over it. The season isn't over yet...

Moosie52
07-07-2009, 01:20 PM
The sad thing is that was game one of the series.

Cant Touch This
07-07-2009, 01:27 PM
The Reds are on pace to get outscored 88-4 by the Phillies this week...;)

Moneyman
07-07-2009, 01:54 PM
A game like this happens to everyone. Reds will get over it.

BUTLER REDSFAN
07-07-2009, 02:03 PM
A game like this happens to everyone. Reds will get over it.

Yeah but two games in a row??

bgwilly31
07-07-2009, 02:37 PM
That'll show him !!! :rolleyes:


That was pathetic and cueto should be embarrassed.

BigPoppa
07-07-2009, 03:05 PM
Whether 22-1 or 1-0, it's 1 loss. We're 40-41, not 40-60.

Everyone just get over it...I'm already over it. The season isn't over yet...


A game like this happens to everyone. Reds will get over it.


These guys are right. It's a loss (an historic loss), but it's just one. It appears the same in the standings as a 6-3 loss. We beat the Phillies 20-3 ten years ago, and they got over it. We will too.

The Reds recovered from a far more heartbreaking loss than this one on Friday night, and came back to win the next day.

I don't think it's time to hit the panic button just yet...........:redszone:

BRM13
07-07-2009, 03:26 PM
Certainly the last couple of games have been discouraging, but the Red's are bound to lose at least 60 games, no matter what. So, what if a few are real disasters? They can have their own distinctive entertaining aspects.

As a kid I always enjoyed the really horrible blowouts where things got so out of hand one team pitched a position player. It is pretty rare, so I've always enjoyed the novelty of it. Last night when I turned on the game and saw Janish on the mound I actually got excited to see him give it another go. He wasn't any good, but it was more entertaining than the 10-1 beating the Cards administered on Sunday.

Captain Hook
07-07-2009, 03:26 PM
After last nigh the Reds are 14-18 since the beginning of June.I could easily see us only winning 2 out of the next 6 against the Phillies and Mets heading into the break making us 16-22 since the end of May,5 games under .500 and probably about 5 games behind the leader in the central.I suppose if things do end up playing out that way we would still have a ray of hope but any confidence in this team would be just about gone.We have seen things play out just like this many times before.

Sorry but I've hit the panic button.

gedred69
07-07-2009, 08:25 PM
I understand the frustration, but no Panic Button,------yet. This team is loaded with guys who are not playing their best currently, gotta' believe that won't continue. The lack of performance from the supposed strength, (pitching), does concern me though. If I recall correctly, the best 2 starting performances through the last rotation, were from 2 guys projected as #5 candidates in ST, Bailey and Owings. Am I remembering that right??