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Big Klu
07-01-2011, 12:12 AM
Sorry I'm late, folks. I've had a very busy day.


90 years ago (1921), a 5-3 loss at Forbes Field in Pittsburgh.

Cincinnati
Sam Bohne 2b
Jake Daubert 1b
Heinie Groh 3b
Edd Roush cf
Ivey Wingo c
Pat Duncan lf
Larry Kopf ss
Rube Bressler rf
Dolf Luque p

Pittsburgh
Carson Bigbee lf
Max Carey cf
Rabbit Maranville ss
Clyde Barnhart 3b
Ray Rohwer rf
Cotton Tierney 2b
Charlie Grimm 1b
Walter Schmidt c
Chief Yellow Horse p


WP: Chief Yellow Horse (5-2)
LP: Dolf Luque (7-11)
HR: None.

Moses "Chief" Yellow Horse pitched a complete-game eight-hitter to get the win for the Pirates.

Big Klu
07-01-2011, 12:48 AM
85 years ago (1926), the Reds split a doubleheader at Wrigley Field in Chicago--winning the opener 3-2, and losing the nightcap 9-4.

First Game
Cincinnati
Chuck Dressen 3b
Curt Walker rf
Edd Roush cf
Rube Bressler lf
Wally Pipp 1b
Hughie Critz 2b
Frank Emmer ss
Bubbles Hargrave c
Dolf Luque p

Chicago Cubs
Sparky Adams 2b
Cliff Heathcote rf
Howard Freigau 3b
Hack Wilson cf
Joe Kelly lf
Charlie Grimm 1b
Jimmy Cooney ss
Gabby Hartnett c
George Milstead p


WP: Dolf Luque (5-6)
LP: George Milstead (0-4)
HR: None.

In Game 1, Dolf Luque pitched a complete-game seven-hitter to get the win for the Reds.



Second Game
Cincinnati
Chuck Dressen 3b
Curt Walker rf
Edd Roush cf
Rube Bressler 1b
Cuckoo Christensen lf
Hughie Critz 2b
Val Picinich c
Frank Emmer ss
Jakie May p

Chicago Cubs
Sparky Adams 2b
Cliff Heathcote rf
Howard Freigau 3b
Hack Wilson cf
Pete Scott lf
Charlie Grimm 1b
Jimmy Cooney ss
Mike A. Gonzalez c
Bill Piercy p


WP: Bill Piercy (4-4)
LP: Jakie May (7-5)
HR: CHI - Cliff Heathcote (7).

In Game 2, Bill Piercy pitched a complete-game eight-hitter to get the win for the Cubs.

Big Klu
07-01-2011, 01:00 AM
80 years ago (1931), a 4-3 win at Ebbets Field in Brooklyn.

Cincinnati
Taylor Douthit cf
Estel Crabtree rf
Joe Stripp 3b
Harvey Hendrick 1b
Edd Roush lf
Tony Cuccinello 2b
Leo Durocher ss
Clyde Sukeforth c
Benny Frey p

Brooklyn
Johnny Frederick cf
Wally Gilbert 3b
Babe Herman rf
Del Bissonette 1b
Rube Bressler lf
Gordon Slade ss
Neal Finn 2b
Al Lopez c
Sloppy Thurston p


WP: Benny Frey (3-5)
LP: Sloppy Thurston (2-3)
Sv: Larry Benton (2)
HR: None.

Sloppy Thurston pitched a complete-game fourteen-hitter in a losing effort for the Robins.

Big Klu
07-01-2011, 01:16 AM
70 years ago (1941), a 7-1 win at Crosley Field vs. the Cubs.

Chicago Cubs
Stan Hack 3b
Phil Cavarretta cf
Clyde McCullough c
Bill Nicholson rf
Babe Dahlgren 1b
Dom Dallessandro lf
Lou Stringer 2b
Johnny Hudson ss
Charlie Root p

Cincinnati
Billy Werber 3b
Lloyd Waner cf
Lonny Frey 2b
Frank McCormick 1b
Jim Gleeson rf
Ernie Lombardi c
Mike W. McCormick lf
Eddie Joost ss
Elmer Riddle p


WP: Elmer Riddle (8-0)
LP: Charlie Root (4-4)
HR: CHI - Clyde McCullough (4).

Elmer Riddle pitched a complete-game seven-hitter with 6 K's to get the win for the Reds.

Big Klu
07-01-2011, 01:40 AM
65 years ago (1946), the Reds split a doubleheader at Crosley Field vs. the Cubs--losing the opener 6-5, and winning the nightcap 4-3.

First Game
Chicago Cubs
Stan Hack 3b
Lou Stringer 2b
Peanuts Lowrey cf
Phil Cavarretta rf
Marv Rickert lf
Eddie Waitkus 1b
Clyde McCullough c
Bobby Sturgeon ss
Johnny Schmitz p

Cincinnati
Dain Clay cf
Bob Usher lf
Grady Hatton 3b
Ray Lamanno c
Al Libke rf
Bert Haas 1b
Benny Zientara 2b
Eddie Miller ss
Joe Beggs p


WP: Hiram Bithorn (3-2)
LP: Bob Malloy (1-2)
HR: None.

In Game 1, Hiram Bithorn pitched 7.1 innings of one-hit relief to get the win for the Cubs.



Second Game
Chicago Cubs
Stan Hack 3b
Lou Stringer 2b
Eddie Waitkus 1b
Marv Rickert cf
Bill Nicholson rf
Dom Dallessandro lf
Bob Scheffing c
Billy Jurges ss
Claude Passeau p

Cincinnati
Dain Clay cf
Lonny Frey 2b
Grady Hatton 3b
Al Libke rf
Ray Mueller c
Eddie Shokes 1b
Eddie Lukon lf
Eddie Miller ss
Ewell Blackwell p


WP: Harry Gumbert (3-1)
LP: Claude Passeau (7-3)
HR: None.

In Game 2, Claude Passeau pitched a complete-game eight-hitter in a losing effort for the Cubs.

Big Klu
07-01-2011, 01:59 AM
55 years ago (1956), a 5-2 loss at Sportsman's Park in St. Louis.

Cincinnati
Johnny Temple 2b
Wally Post rf
Gus Bell cf
Ted Kluszewski 1b
Frank Robinson lf
Ed Bailey c
Ray Jablonski 3b
Roy McMillan ss
Hal Jeffcoat p

St. Louis
Don Blasingame 2b
Alvin Dark ss
Stan Musial 1b
Ken Boyer 3b
Wally Moon rf
Rip Repulski lf
Hal R. Smith c
Bobby Del Greco cf
Murry Dickson p


WP: Murry Dickson (5-7)
LP: Hal Jeffcoat (0-1)
Sv: Jim Konstanty (3)
HR: None.

Big Klu
07-01-2011, 02:06 AM
50 years ago (1961), a 4-0 win at Milwaukee County Stadium vs. the Braves.

Cincinnati
Don Blasingame 2b
Eddie Kasko ss
Vada Pinson cf
Frank Robinson rf
Wally Post lf
Gene Freese 3b
Dick Gernert 1b
Jerry Zimmerman c
Joey Jay p

Milwaukee Braves
Gino Cimoli cf
Frank Bolling 2b
Eddie Mathews 3b
Hank Aaron rf
Frank J. Thomas lf
Joe Adcock 1b
Joe Torre c
Roy McMillan ss
Warren Spahn p


WP: Joey Jay (10-4)
LP: Warren Spahn (8-9)
Sv: Bill Henry (8)
HR: None.

Joey Jay and Bill Henry combined on an eleven-hit shutout with 6 K's for the Reds.

Big Klu
07-01-2011, 02:14 AM
40 years ago (1971), a 7-4 loss at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia.

Cincinnati
Pete Rose rf
George Foster cf
Lee May 1b
Johnny Bench c
Tony Perez 3b
Buddy Bradford lf
Tommy Helms 2b
Dave Concepcion ss
Wayne Simpson p

Philadelphia
Denny Doyle 2b
Larry Bowa ss
Tim McCarver c
Deron Johnson 1b
Willie Montañez cf
Don Money lf
Roger Freed rf
John Vukovich 3b
Chris Short p


WP: Bucky Brandon (4-3)
LP: Joe Gibbon (1-3)
HR: CIN - Tony Perez (12), Lee May (21). PHI - Tim McCarver (7), Willie Montañez (14).

Big Klu
07-01-2011, 02:22 AM
35 years ago (1976), a 3-1 loss at San Diego Stadium.

Cincinnati
Pete Rose 3b
Ken Griffey rf
George Foster lf
Tony Perez 1b
Johnny Bench c
Dave Concepcion ss
Doug Flynn 2b
Cesar Geronimo cf
Jack Billingham p

San Diego
Johnny Grubb lf
Tito Fuentes 2b
Willie Davis cf
Willie McCovey 1b
Dave Winfield rf
Doug Rader 3b
Fred Kendall c
Enzo Hernandez ss
Randy Jones p


WP: Randy Jones (14-3)
LP: Jack Billingham (5-6)
HR: None.

Randy Jones pitched a complete-game six-hitter to get the win for the Padres.

Big Klu
07-01-2011, 02:29 AM
25 years ago (1986), a 6-5 11-inning win at Riverfront Stadium vs. the Dodgers.

Los Angeles
Steve Sax 2b
Bill Russell rf
Franklin Stubbs lf
Enos Cabell 1b
Jeff Hamilton 3b
Alex Treviño c
Reggie D. Williams cf
Craig Shipley ss
Orel Hershiser p

Cincinnati
Eddie Milner cf
Pete Rose 1b
Kal Daniels lf
Dave Parker rf
Bo Diaz c
Dave Concepcion ss
Buddy Bell 3b
Ron Oester 2b
Chris Welsh p


WP: Carl Willis (1-0)
LP: Ed Vande Berg (1-3)
HR: CIN - Buddy Bell (4).

Big Klu
07-01-2011, 02:37 AM
20 years ago (1991), a 5-4 win at Riverfront Stadium vs. the Astros.

Houston
Eric Yelding ss
Steve Finley cf
Jeff Bagwell 1b
Luis Gonzalez lf
Ken Caminiti 3b
Eric Anthony rf
Rafael Ramirez 2b
Carl Nichols c
Pete Harnisch p

Cincinnati
Bill Doran 2b
Billy Hatcher lf
Barry Larkin ss
Eric Davis cf
Paul O'Neill rf
Hal Morris 1b
Jeff Reed c
Luis Quiñones 3b
Chris Hammond p


WP: Chris Hammond (6-5)
LP: Pete Harnisch (5-6)
Sv: Rob Dibble (22)
HR: HOU - Luis Gonzalez (7), Jeff Bagwell (7). CIN - Bill Doran (2), Billy Hatcher (3), Paul O'Neill (15).

Big Klu
07-01-2011, 02:45 AM
15 years ago (1996), a 6-0 loss at Riverfront Stadium vs. the Cubs.

Chicago Cubs
Brian McRae cf
Ryan Sandberg 2b
Mark Grace 1b
Sammy Sosa rf
Luis Gonzalez lf
Leo Gomez 3b
Scott Servais c
Jose Hernandez ss
Steve Trachsel p

Cincinnati
Thomas Howard cf
Bret Boone 2b
Barry Larkin ss
Reggie Sanders rf
Hal Morris 1b
Chris Sabo 3b
Eric Owens lf
Joe Oliver c
Dave Burba p


WP: Steve Trachsel (7-4)
LP: Dave Burba (2-9)
HR: None.

Steve Trachsel, Terry Adams, and Bob Patterson combined on a four-hit shutout with 7 K's for the Cubs. The only hits for the Reds were a leadoff single by Hal Morris in the second inning, a leadoff double by Reggie Sanders in the fourth, a leadoff single by Bret Boone in the sixth, and a leadoff single by Morris in the seventh.

Big Klu
07-01-2011, 02:53 AM
10 years ago (2001), a 7-1 win at Riverfront Stadium vs. the Cubs.

Chicago Cubs
Eric Young 2b
Corey Patterson cf
Sammy Sosa rf
Matt Stairs 1b
Ron Coomer 3b
Ricky Gutierrez ss
Gary Matthews Jr. lf
Joe Girardi c
Julian Tavarez p

Cincinnati
Michael Tucker rf
Dmitri Young lf
Ken Griffey Jr. cf
Sean Casey 1b
Aaron Boone 3b
Bill Selby 2b
Kelly Stinnett c
Pokey Reese ss
Jose Acevedo p


WP: Jose Acevedo (1-1)
LP: Julian Tavarez (6-5)
HR: CIN - Ken Griffey Jr. (4), Kelly Stinnett 2 (6).

Jose Acevedo allowed one run on five hits in seven innings to earn his first major-league win.

Big Klu
07-01-2011, 03:12 AM
Five years ago (2006), a 9-8 win at Great American Ball Park vs. the Indians.

Cleveland
Grady Sizemore cf
Ronnie Belliard 2b
Jhonny Peralta ss
Victor Martinez c
Ben Broussard 1b
Todd Hollandsworth lf
Aaron Boone 3b
Franklin Gutierrez rf
Paul Byrd p

Cincinnati
Felipe Lopez ss
Adam Dunn lf
Ken Griffey Jr. cf
Rich Aurilia 3b
Scott Hatteberg 1b
Austin Kearns rf
Brandon Phillips 2b
Javier Valentin c
Elizardo Ramirez p


WP: Kent Mercker (1-1)
LP: Bob Wickman (1-4)
HR: CLE - Ronnie Belliard (6), Todd Hollandsworth (4). CIN - Austin Kearns (14), Juan Castro (1), Adam Dunn (26).

This game was "The Comeback" that culminated with the game-winning grand slam by Adam Dunn. The Indians scored five runs in the first inning, one in the fourth, and one more in the eighth to take a commanding 7-0 lead into the bottom of the eighth inning. But Austin Kearns led off the bottom of the eighth with a home run, and Juan Castro added a pinch-hit three-run homer to cut the Tribe's lead to 7-4. The Indians added an insurance run in the top of the ninth to give Cleveland an 8-4 lead, and then the Reds went to work in the ninth against Indians closer Bob Wickman. With one out, Austin Kearns singled and stole second. Brandon Phillips then singled to advance Kearns to third. Wickman threw a wild pitch--Kearns decided not to risk it, but Phillips advanced to second to eliminate the possibility of a ground-ball DP. Javier Valentin then grounded out to 1B, as Kearns scored to cut the Tribe's lead to 8-5, and Phillips went to third. Pinch-hitter Ryan Freel then walked and took second on fielders' indifference. Felipe Lopez then walked to load the bases and bring Adam Dunn to plate with the winning run, and he provided us with our Frisch's Big Boy "Big Play Of The Game...."

cumberlandreds
07-01-2011, 09:55 AM
Five years ago (2006), a 9-8 win at Great American Ball Park vs. the Indians.

Cleveland
Grady Sizemore cf
Ronnie Belliard 2b
Jhonny Peralta ss
Victor Martinez c
Ben Broussard 1b
Todd Hollandsworth lf
Aaron Boone 3b
Franklin Gutierrez rf
Paul Byrd p

Cincinnati
Felipe Lopez ss
Adam Dunn lf
Ken Griffey Jr. cf
Rich Aurilia 3b
Scott Hatteberg 1b
Austin Kearns rf
Brandon Phillips 2b
Javier Valentin c
Elizardo Ramirez p


WP: Kent Mercker (1-1)
LP: Bob Wickman (1-4)
HR: CLE - Ronnie Belliard (6), Todd Hollandsworth (4). CIN - Austin Kearns (14), Juan Castro (1), Adam Dunn (26).

This game was "The Comeback" that culminated with the game-winning grand slam by Adam Dunn. The Indians scored five runs in the first inning, one in the fourth, and one more in the eighth to take a commanding 7-0 lead into the bottom of the eighth inning. But Austin Kearns led off the bottom of the eighth with a home run, and Juan Castro added a pinch-hit three-run homer to cut the Tribe's lead to 7-4. The Indians added an insurance run in the top of the ninth to give Cleveland an 8-4 lead, and then the Reds went to work in the ninth against Indians closer Bob Wickman. With one out, Austin Kearns singled and stole second. Brandon Phillips then singled to advance Kearns to third. Wickman threw a wild pitch--Kearns decided not to risk it, but Phillips advanced to second to eliminate the possibility of a ground-ball DP. Javier Valentin then grounded out to 1B, as Kearns scored to cut the Tribe's lead to 8-5, and Phillips went to third. Pinch-hitter Ryan Freel then walked and took second on fielders' indifference. Felipe Lopez then walked to load the bases and bring Adam Dunn to plate with the winning run, and he provided us with our Frisch's Big Boy "Big Play Of The Game...."

One of most thrilling finishes to a Reds game I have ever seen. When watching I knew when the Indians brought in Wickman they had a chance to win this game. He was really struggling at this time,IIRC. The HR wasn't a cheapo either. It was a shot deep into the bleachers.

OnBaseMachine
07-01-2011, 06:15 PM
Five years ago (2006), a 9-8 win at Great American Ball Park vs. the Indians.

Cleveland
Grady Sizemore cf
Ronnie Belliard 2b
Jhonny Peralta ss
Victor Martinez c
Ben Broussard 1b
Todd Hollandsworth lf
Aaron Boone 3b
Franklin Gutierrez rf
Paul Byrd p

Cincinnati
Felipe Lopez ss
Adam Dunn lf
Ken Griffey Jr. cf
Rich Aurilia 3b
Scott Hatteberg 1b
Austin Kearns rf
Brandon Phillips 2b
Javier Valentin c
Elizardo Ramirez p


WP: Kent Mercker (1-1)
LP: Bob Wickman (1-4)
HR: CLE - Ronnie Belliard (6), Todd Hollandsworth (4). CIN - Austin Kearns (14), Juan Castro (1), Adam Dunn (26).

This game was "The Comeback" that culminated with the game-winning grand slam by Adam Dunn. The Indians scored five runs in the first inning, one in the fourth, and one more in the eighth to take a commanding 7-0 lead into the bottom of the eighth inning. But Austin Kearns led off the bottom of the eighth with a home run, and Juan Castro added a pinch-hit three-run homer to cut the Tribe's lead to 7-4. The Indians added an insurance run in the top of the ninth to give Cleveland an 8-4 lead, and then the Reds went to work in the ninth against Indians closer Bob Wickman. With one out, Austin Kearns singled and stole second. Brandon Phillips then singled to advance Kearns to third. Wickman threw a wild pitch--Kearns decided not to risk it, but Phillips advanced to second to eliminate the possibility of a ground-ball DP. Javier Valentin then grounded out to 1B, as Kearns scored to cut the Tribe's lead to 8-5, and Phillips went to third. Pinch-hitter Ryan Freel then walked and took second on fielders' indifference. Felipe Lopez then walked to load the bases and bring Adam Dunn to plate with the winning run, and he provided us with our Frisch's Big Boy "Big Play Of The Game...."

One of my favorite moments as a Reds fan. That was unbelievable.