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Big Klu
09-08-2010, 06:11 PM
55 years ago (1955), a 6-4 loss at Crosley Field vs. the Phillies.

Philadelphia
Richie Ashburn cf
Bobby Morgan ss
Granny Hamner 2b
Del Ennis lf
Stan Lopata 1b
Jim Greengrass rf
Ted Kazanski 3b
Andy Seminick c
Ron Negray p

Cincinnati
Johnny Temple 2b
Bob Hazle lf
Ted Kluszewski 1b
Wally Post rf
Gus Bell cf
Smoky Burgess c
Rocky Bridges 3b
Roy McMillan ss
Don Gross p


WP: Bob J. Miller (8-4)
LP: Don Gross (3-5)
HR: CIN - Wally Post 2 (37).

OF Bob Hazle made his major-league debut for the Reds in this game.

Big Klu
09-08-2010, 06:28 PM
50 years ago (1960), a 7-4 loss at Crosley Field vs. the Dodgers.

Los Angeles
Maury Wills ss
Willie Davis cf
Wally Moon lf
Norm Larker 1b
Tommy Davis rf
Charley Smith 3b
Junior Gilliam 2b
Johnny Roseboro c
Sandy Koufax p

Cincinnati
Roy McMillan ss
Vada Pinson cf
Gus Bell rf
Wally Post lf
Willie Jones 3b
Ed Bailey c
Gordy Coleman 1b
Billy Martin 2b
Jay Hook p


WP: Sandy Koufax (7-12)
LP: Jay Hook (10-16)
HR: CIN - Vada Pinson (19), Cliff Cook (3).

Sandy Koufax pitched a complete-game eight-hitter with 10 K's to get the win for the Dodgers. OF Willie Davis and 3B Charley Smith made their major-league debuts for the Dodgers in this game.

Big Klu
09-08-2010, 06:55 PM
45 years ago (1965), an 11-2 win at Crosley Field vs. the Mets.

New York Mets
Bobby Klaus ss
Ron Hunt 2b
Joe Christopher rf
Charley Smith 3b
Jim Hickman 1b
Ron Swoboda lf
Cleon Jones cf
Chris Cannizzaro c
Carl Willey p

Cincinnati
Tommy Harper lf
Pete Rose 2b
Vada Pinson cf
Gordy Coleman 1b
Deron Johnson 3b
Frank Robinson rf
Johnny Edwards c
Leo Cardenas ss
Jim O'Toole p


WP: Jim O'Toole (2-9)
LP: Carl Willey (0-2)
HR: CIN - Frank Robinson (26), Deron Johnson (27).

Jim O'Toole pitched a complete-game four-hitter with 5 K's to get the win for the Reds. The only hits for the Mets were a one-out double by Ron Swoboda in the fifth inning, a two-out single by Bobby Klaus in the eighth, a leadoff single by Joe Christopher in the ninth, and a one-out double by Jim Hickman in the ninth.

Big Klu
09-08-2010, 07:03 PM
40 years ago (1970), a 5-2 win at Candlestick Park in San Francisco.

Cincinnati
Bobby Tolan cf
Pete Rose rf
Bernie Carbo lf
Johnny Bench c
Tony Perez 3b
Lee May 1b
Tommy Helms 2b
Dave Concepcion ss
Jim Merritt p

San Francisco
Bobby Bonds rf
Tito Fuentes 2b
Ken Henderson cf
Willie McCovey 1b
Dick Dietz c
Al Gallagher 3b
Bernie Williams lf
Hal Lanier ss
Frank Reberger p


WP: Ray Washburn (3-4)
LP: Frank Reberger (5-6)
Sv: Wayne Granger (32)
HR: None.

Big Klu
09-08-2010, 07:10 PM
35 years ago (1975), a 3-2 win at San Diego Stadium.

Cincinnati
Pete Rose 3b
Ken Griffey rf
Joe Morgan 2b
Tony Perez 1b
Johnny Bench c
George Foster lf
Cesar Geronimo cf
Dave Concepcion ss
Gary Nolan p

San Diego
Johnny Grubb cf
Hector Torres ss
Bobby Tolan lf
Willie McCovey 1b
Dave Winfield rf
Dave W. Roberts 2b
Mike Ivie 3b
Bob Davis c
Joe McIntosh p


WP: Clay Carroll (7-5)
LP: Bill Greif (4-6)
Sv: Rawly Eastwick (18)
HR: CIN - Johnny Bench (26). SD - Willie McCovey (18).

Gary Nolan, Clay Carroll, Will McEnaney, and Rawly Eastwick combined on a five-hitter for the Reds.

Big Klu
09-08-2010, 07:16 PM
30 years ago (1980), a 6-1 win at Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium.

Cincinnati
Dave Collins cf
Ken Griffey rf
Dave Concepcion ss
George Foster lf
Dan Driessen 1b
Johnny Bench c
Ray Knight 3b
Ron Oester 2b
Frank Pastore p

Atlanta
Jerry Royster lf
Rafael Ramirez ss
Gary Matthews rf
Bob Horner 3b
Chris Chambliss 1b
Dale Murphy cf
Glenn Hubbard 2b
Bruce Benedict c
Doyle Alexander p


WP: Frank Pastore (11-6)
LP: Doyle Alexander (13-8)
HR: ATL - Dale Murphy (29).

Big Klu
09-08-2010, 07:41 PM
25 years ago (1985), a 5-5 tie at Wrigley Field in Chicago in a game called after nine innings due to darkness.

Cincinnati
Eddie Milner cf
Pete Rose 1b
Dave Parker rf
Nick Esasky lf
Buddy Bell 3b
Dave Concepcion ss
Dave Van Gorder c
Ron Oester 2b
Jay Tibbs p

Chicago Cubs
Bob Dernier cf
Gary Matthews lf
Ryne Sandberg 2b
Keith Moreland rf
Ron Cey 3b
Leon Durham 1b
Jody Davis c
Shawon Dunston ss
Reggie Patterson p


WP: None.
LP: None.
HR: CIN - Buddy Bell (3).

Pete Rose was 2-for-5 with an RBI and a run scored, tying Ty Cobb for the all-time hits record. Rose was not even originally in the starting lineup for the Sunday afternoon finale, as lefty Steve Trout was the scheduled starter for the Cubs, and Tony Perez usually started at 1B for the Reds against lefthanders. But Trout was injured in a bicycle accident at home the night before, and had to be scratched. Cubs manager Jim Frey (a fellow alumnus along with Rose of Western Hills High School) replaced Trout with righty Reggie Patterson, and Pete predictably inserted himself into the starting lineup. Rose singled with one out in the first inning to get to 4190, then delivered an RBI groundout to Ryne Sandberg in the third. In the fifth inning, Rose singled again off Patterson for his record-tying 4191st hit, and later scored on a three-run homer by Buddy Bell. Rose had two more opportunities to break the record, but he grounded out to Shawon Dunston off Lary Sorensen leading off the seventh, and struck out in the ninth off Lee Smith as dark clouds began to roll in off Lake Michigan.

Ty Cobb: 4191
Pete Rose: 4191

Big Klu
09-08-2010, 07:50 PM
20 years ago (1990), an 8-4 win at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.

Cincinnati
Barry Larkin ss
Hal Morris 1b
Mariano Duncan 2b
Eric Davis lf
Chris Sabo 3b
Joe Oliver c
Paul O'Neill rf
Billy Hatcher cf
Tom Browning p

Los Angeles
Juan Samuel 2b
Kirk Gibson cf
Kal Daniels lf
Eddie Murray 1b
Hubie Brooks rf
Mike Sharperson 3b
Rick Dempsey c
Alfredo Griffin ss
Fernando Valenzuela p


WP: Tom Browning (13-7)
LP: Fernando Valenzuela (12-12)
Sv: Randy Myers (28)
HR: None.

Tom Browning, Rob Dibble, and Randy Myers combined on a five-hitter for the Reds. Myers pitched 2.2 innings of no-hit relief with 6 K's to get the save.

Record: 79-59, 6.5-game lead in the NL West.

Big Klu
09-08-2010, 07:58 PM
15 years ago (1995), a 10-5 loss at Coors Field in Denver.

Cincinnati
Barry Larkin ss
Darren Lewis cf
Ron Gant lf
Reggie Sanders rf
Hal Morris 1b
Eddie Taubensee c
Bret Boone 2b
Jeff Branson 3b
Pete Schourek p

Colorado
Eric Young 2b
Trenidad Hubbard cf
Dante Bichette lf
Larry Walker rf
Andres Galarraga 1b
Vinny Castilla 3b
Joe Girardi c
Jason Bates ss
Roger Bailey p


WP: Curtis Leskanic (6-2)
LP: Hector Carrasco (2-6)
HR: CIN - Reggie Sanders (27). COL - Dante Bichette (34), Eric Young (5), Andres Galarraga (28).

Big Klu
09-08-2010, 08:11 PM
10 years ago (2000), the Reds were swept in a doubleheader at Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh--losing the opener 7-3, and the nightcap 3-1.

First Game
Cincinnati
Pokey Reese 2b
Chris Stynes 3b
Ken Griffey Jr. cf
Sean Casey 1b
Dmitri Young lf
Michael Tucker rf
Benito Santiago c
Chris Sexton ss
Scott Williamson p

Pittsburgh
Adrian Brown cf
Jason Kendall c
Brian Giles lf
John Vander Wal rf
Enrique Wilson 3b
Warren Morris 2b
Alex Hernandez 1b
Abraham O. Nuņez ss
Todd Ritchie p


WP: Todd Ritchie (8-7)
LP: Scott Williamson (5-8)
HR: CIN - Sean Casey (13). PIT - Alex Hernandez (1).



Second Game
Cincinnati
Pokey Reese 2b
Mike Bell 3b
Ken Griffey Jr. cf
Sean Casey 1b
Dmitri Young lf
Michael Tucker rf
Chris Sexton ss
Jason LaRue c
Ron Villone p

Pittsburgh
Emil Brown cf
Pat Meares ss
Enrique Wilson 2b
Alex Ramirez rf
Keith Osik c
John Wehner 3b
Alex Hernandez 1b
Adam Hyzdu lf
Bronson Arroyo p


WP: Marc Wilkins (3-2)
LP: Ron Villone (9-9)
Sv: Mike Williams (19)
HR: None.

In Game 2, Adam Hyzdu made his major-league debut for the Pirates.

cumberlandreds
09-09-2010, 11:04 AM
25 years ago (1985), a 5-5 tie at Wrigley Field in Chicago in a game called after nine innings due to darkness.

Cincinnati
Eddie Milner cf
Pete Rose 1b
Dave Parker rf
Nick Esasky lf
Buddy Bell 3b
Dave Concepcion ss
Dave Van Gorder c
Ron Oester 2b
Jay Tibbs p

Chicago Cubs
Bob Dernier cf
Gary Matthews lf
Ryne Sandberg 2b
Keith Moreland rf
Ron Cey 3b
Leon Durham 1b
Jody Davis c
Shawon Dunston ss
Reggie Patterson p


WP: None.
LP: None.
HR: CIN - Buddy Bell (3).

Pete Rose was 2-for-5 with an RBI and a run scored, tying Ty Cobb for the all-time hits record. Rose was not even originally in the starting lineup for the Sunday afternoon finale, as lefty Steve Trout was the scheduled starter for the Cubs, and Tony Perez usually started at 1B for the Reds against lefthanders. But Trout was injured in a bicycle accident at home the night before, and had to be scratched. Cubs manager Jim Frey (a fellow alumnus along with Rose of Western Hills High School) replaced Trout with righty Reggie Patterson, and Pete predictably inserted himself into the starting lineup. Rose singled with one out in the first inning to get to 4190, then delivered an RBI groundout to Ryne Sandberg in the third. In the fifth inning, Rose singled again off Patterson for his record-tying 4191st hit, and later scored on a three-run homer by Buddy Bell. Rose had two more opportunities to break the record, but he grounded out to Shawon Dunston off Lary Sorensen leading off the seventh, and struck out in the ninth off Lee Smith as dark clouds began to roll in off Lake Michigan.

Ty Cobb: 4191
Pete Rose: 4191

IIRC, the ground ball Rose hit to Dunston was a very hard hit ball. If it had been hit a couple feet either side of Dunston, Rose would have broken the record that day. Marge Schott would have had a stroke too because of all the lost revenue.

George Anderson
09-09-2010, 11:17 AM
25 years ago (1985), a 5-5 tie at Wrigley Field in Chicago in a game called after nine innings due to darkness.

Cincinnati
Eddie Milner cf
Pete Rose 1b
Dave Parker rf
Nick Esasky lf
Buddy Bell 3b
Dave Concepcion ss
Dave Van Gorder c
Ron Oester 2b
Jay Tibbs p

Chicago Cubs
Bob Dernier cf
Gary Matthews lf
Ryne Sandberg 2b
Keith Moreland rf
Ron Cey 3b
Leon Durham 1b
Jody Davis c
Shawon Dunston ss
Reggie Patterson p


WP: None.
LP: None.
HR: CIN - Buddy Bell (3).

Pete Rose was 2-for-5 with an RBI and a run scored, tying Ty Cobb for the all-time hits record. Rose was not even originally in the starting lineup for the Sunday afternoon finale, as lefty Steve Trout was the scheduled starter for the Cubs, and Tony Perez usually started at 1B for the Reds against lefthanders. But Trout was injured in a bicycle accident at home the night before, and had to be scratched. Cubs manager Jim Frey (a fellow alumnus along with Rose of Western Hills High School) replaced Trout with righty Reggie Patterson, and Pete predictably inserted himself into the starting lineup. Rose singled with one out in the first inning to get to 4190, then delivered an RBI groundout to Ryne Sandberg in the third. In the fifth inning, Rose singled again off Patterson for his record-tying 4191st hit, and later scored on a three-run homer by Buddy Bell. Rose had two more opportunities to break the record, but he grounded out to Shawon Dunston off Lary Sorensen leading off the seventh, and struck out in the ninth off Lee Smith as dark clouds began to roll in off Lake Michigan.

Ty Cobb: 4191
Pete Rose: 4191

This is a good trivia question. What team won the game when Pete Rose tied Ty Cobbs hit record. The answer of course is no one because the game was suspended because of darkness and never rescheduled.

I won a nice prize package from the "Bob and Tom Show" years ago with that question.