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Kc61
08-10-2009, 10:08 AM
Reds went 3-7 for last ten games, overall 48-62, fifth place in division, 24-30 at home, 24-32 on the road. Reds acquired Rolen from Toronto. Rolen then was beaned and is out. Meanwhile, EE, Weathers, Hairston, Roenicke and minor leaguer Stewart all have been shedded. Bruce, Owings, Burton,
Dickerson remain out. Volquez surgery, out for a year. Outfield pickup Wladimir Balentien talented guy doing well so far. Not sure stats mean very much at this point, the team is playing for next year or whenever.

Offense -- Numbers continue to sink. Now team BA is .240 and OBP/SLG/OPS are .310/.384/.693. Team BA and OPS worst in league other than Padres. Even Votto is slumping.

Some current OBP numbers. Taveras .272, Nix .291, Gonzo .250. Hanigan with good OBP, .385, but has 8 RBIs in 191 ABs. Team needs an offensive transfusion for next year.

Pitching -- Held steady from last time with overal 4.43 ERA. NL average is 4.22. Starters a bit worse than last time at 4.88. Relievers a bit better at 3.55. Justin Lehr up with big club with complete game shutout against Cubs. Harang with good outing yesterday against SF and unusually got some support and a win.

Fielding -- Numbers slightly better than last time. Team has 71 errors (sixth from bottom of NL), .983 FPCT, and DER 4th best in NL. Maybe Rolen's defense helps even though he isn't playing.

Raisor
08-10-2009, 03:44 PM
310/.384/.693


yikes.

The Reds hit like Juan Castro in a really good year.

nate
08-10-2009, 04:13 PM
310/.384/.693


yikes.

The Reds hit like Juan Castro in a really good year.

If that was AVG/OBP/SLG, that'd be pretty good.

When transposed thusly, neg.

Kc61
08-10-2009, 04:24 PM
If that was AVG/OBP/SLG, that'd be pretty good.

When transposed thusly, neg.

it's .240/.310/.384/.693. Read it and weep.

Funny thing is that overall, considering the ballpark, the pitching is probably about league average. The defense overall is better than league average.

But the offense, whew.

nate
08-10-2009, 04:38 PM
it's .240/.310/.384/.693. Read it and weep.

Funny thing is that overall, considering the ballpark, the pitching is probably about league average. The defense overall is better than league average.

But the offense, whew.

I'm weeped out.