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Big Klu
07-16-2011, 12:25 AM
85 years ago (1926), an 8-6 loss at Redland Field vs. the Phillies.

Philadelphia
Heinie Sand ss
Cy Williams rf
Johnny Mokan lf
Russ Wrightstone 1b
Al Nixon cf
Jimmie Wilson c
Clarence Huber 3b
Bernie Friberg 2b
Wayland Dean p

Cincinnati
Cuckoo Christensen lf
Babe Pinelli 3b
Edd Roush cf
Curt Walker rf
Wally Pipp 1b
Hughie Critz 2b
Bubbles Hargrave c
Frank Emmer ss
Dolf Luque p


WP: Claude Willoughby (4-6)
LP: Dolf Luque (5-10)
Sv: Dutch Ulrich (1)
HR: CIN - Edd Roush (5).

Big Klu
07-16-2011, 12:32 AM
80 years ago (1931), a 1-0 win at Redland Field vs. the Braves.

Boston Braves
Rabbit Maranville ss
Billy Urbanski 3b
Wally Berger cf
Red Worthington lf
Earl Sheely 1b
Wes Schulmerich rf
Al Spohrer c
Freddie Maguire 2b
Ed Brandt p

Cincinnati
Cliff Heathcote rf
Nick Cullop lf
Joe Stripp 3b
Harvey Hendrick 1b
Tony Cuccinello 2b
Taylor Douthit cf
Leo Durocher ss
Casper Asbjornson c
Jack Ogden p


WP: Jack Ogden (3-5)
LP: Ed Brandt (11-6)
HR: None.

Jack Ogden pitched a five-hit shutout to get the win for the Reds. Ed Brandt pitched a complete-game four-hitter in a losing effort for the Braves.

Big Klu
07-16-2011, 12:42 AM
75 years ago (1936), a 5-3 win at Crosley Field vs. the Dodgers.

Brooklyn
Johnny Cooney cf
Jim Bucher 2b
Joe Stripp 3b
Buddy Hassett 1b
George Watkins lf
Eddie Wilson rf
Lonny Frey ss
Ray Berres c
Tom Baker p

Cincinnati
Calvin Chapman lf
Lew Riggs 3b
Kiki Cuyler rf
Les Scarsella 1b
Hub Walker cf
Gilly Campbell c
Billy Myers ss
Tommy Thevenow 2b
Peaches Davis p


WP: Peaches Davis (1-1)
LP: Tom Baker (0-7)
Sv: Paul Derringer (3)
HR: None.

Peaches Davis earned his first major-league win in this game. Tom Baker and Ed Brandt combined on a five-hitter in a losing effort for the Dodgers. Baker retired only one batter and walked four (all of whom scored) before getting the hook. Brandt pitched 7.2 innings of five-hit shutout relief with 9 K's.

Big Klu
07-16-2011, 12:50 AM
70 years ago (1941), a 3-0 win at Braves Field in Boston.

Cincinnati
Billy Werber 3b
Lloyd Waner rf
Lonny Frey 2b
Frank McCormick 1b
Harry Craft cf
Mike W. McCormick lf
Eddie Joost ss
Dick West c
Johnny Vander Meer p

Boston Braves
Buddy Hassett 1b
Johnny Cooney cf
Sibby Sisti 3b
Eddie Miller ss
Max West lf
Paul Waner rf
Bama Rowell 2b
Ray Berres c
Al Javery p


WP: Johnny Vander Meer (8-9)
LP: Al Javery (5-3)
HR: None.

Johnny Vander Meer pitched a four-hit shutout with 11 K's to get the win for the Reds.

Big Klu
07-16-2011, 12:56 AM
65 years ago (1946), a 4-2 win at Crosley Field vs. the Phillies.

Philadelphia
Charlie Gilbert lf
Johnny Wyrostek cf
Ron Northey rf
Frank McCormick 1b
Jim Tabor 3b
Rollie Hemsley c
Roy Hughes ss
Emil Verban 2b
Charley Stanceu p

Cincinnati
Dain Clay cf
Lonny Frey 2b
Grady Hatton 3b
Al Libke rf
Bert Haas 1b
Ray Mueller c
Eddie Lukon lf
Eddie Miller ss
Johnny Hetki p


WP: Johnny Hetki (3-2)
LP: Charley Stanceu (1-2)
HR: CIN - Grady Hatton (8).

Johnny Hetki pitched a complete-game seven-hitter to get the win for the Reds.

Big Klu
07-16-2011, 01:10 AM
60 years ago (1951), the Reds swept a doubleheader at Ebbets Field in Brooklyn--winning the opener 5-2, and the nightcap 6-5.

First Game
Cincinnati
Lloyd Merriman cf
Connie Ryan 2b
Johnny Wyrostek rf
Joe Adcock lf
Grady Hatton 3b
Ted Kluszewski 1b
Virgil Stallcup ss
Dixie Howell c
Ewell Blackwell p

Brooklyn
Don Thompson lf
Pee Wee Reese ss
Duke Snider cf
Jackie Robinson 2b
Gil Hodges 1b
Carl Furillo rf
Rube Walker c
Billy Cox 3b
Preacher Roe p


WP: Ewell Blackwell (9-7)
LP: Preacher Roe (12-2)
HR: CIN - Ewell Blackwell (1), Connie Ryan (9).

In Game 1, Ewell Blackwell pitched a complete-game seven-hitter with 9 K's to get the win for the Reds, and also hit his first (and only) major-league home run.



Second Game
Cincinnati
Lloyd Merriman cf
Connie Ryan 2b
Johnny Wyrostek rf
Joe Adcock lf
Grady Hatton 3b
Ted Kluszewski 1b
Virgil Stallcup ss
Johnny Pramesa c
Willie Ramsdell p

Brooklyn
Don Thompson lf
Pee Wee Reese ss
Duke Snider cf
Jackie Robinson 2b
Gil Hodges 1b
Carl Furillo rf
Rube Walker c
Rocky Bridges 3b
Johnny Schmitz p


WP: Willie Ramsdell (7-9)
LP: Johnny Schmitz (1-4)
Sv: Frank Smith (6)
HR: BRO - Pee Wee Reese (6).

Big Klu
07-16-2011, 01:32 AM
55 years ago (1956), the Reds swept a doubleheader at Crosley Field vs. the Giants--winning the opener 4-3 in 10 innings, and the nightcap 4-3 in 11 innings.

First Game
New York Giants
Eddie Bressoud ss
Red Schoendienst 2b
Willie Mays cf
Daryl Spencer 3b
Bill White 1b
Don Mueller rf
Jackie Brandt lf
Wes Westrum c
Jim Hearn p

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
Joe Nuxhall p


WP: Hersh Freeman (6-2)
LP: Hoyt Wilhelm (1-5)
HR: NY - Jackie Brandt (3), Bill White (10).

Roy McMillan left the game in the top of the third inning after being spiked on a stolen base by Eddie Bressoud. Alex Grammas replaced McMillan at SS. Joe Nuxhall left the game after the fifth inning after a muscle in his right side tightened up during a 40-minute rain delay. RHP Joe Black replaced Nux in the sixth.



Second Game
New York Giants
Don Mueller rf
Red Schoendienst 2b
Willie Mays cf
Bill White 1b
Foster Castleman 3b
Jackie Brandt lf
Bill Sarni c
Eddie Bressoud ss
Windy McCall p

Cincinnati
Johnny Temple 2b
Wally Post rf
Gus Bell cf
Ted Kluszewski 1b
Frank Robinson lf
Smoky Burgess c
Ray Jablonski 3b
Alex Grammas ss
Don Gross p


WP: Hersh Freeman (7-2)
LP: Joe Margoneri (1-1)
HR: NY - Willie Mays (15). CIN - Ted Kluszewski (23).

Reds RHP Hersh Freeman earned the win in relief in both games of the doubleheader.

Big Klu
07-16-2011, 01:39 AM
50 years ago (1961), a 2-1 win at Crosley Field vs. the Cubs.

Chicago Cubs
Al Heist cf
Jerry Kindall 2b
Ernie Banks ss
George Altman rf
Billy Williams lf
Ron Santo 3b
Sammy Taylor c
Ed Bouchee 1b
Jack Curtis p

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


WP: Joey Jay (13-4)
LP: Jack Curtis (6-3)
HR: CHI - Ron Santo (9).

Joey Jay pitched a complete-game eight-hitter to get the win for the Reds. Jack Curtis also pitched a complete-game eight-hitter in a losing effort for the Cubs.

Big Klu
07-16-2011, 01:47 AM
45 years ago (1966), a 9-2 loss at Crosley Field vs. the Cardinals.

St. Louis
Curt Flood cf
Lou Brock lf
Tim McCarver c
Orlando Cepeda 1b
Mike Shannon rf
Charley Smith 3b
Dal Maxvill ss
Julian Javier 2b
Ray Washburn p

Cincinnati
Tommy Harper rf
Pete Rose 2b
Vada Pinson cf
Gordy Coleman 1b
Art Shamsky lf
Johnny Edwards c
Deron Johnson 3b
Leo Cardenas ss
Sammy Ellis p


WP: Ray Washburn (7-4)
LP: Sammy Ellis (5-14)
Sv: Hal Woodeshick (2)
HR: STL - Orlando Cepeda 2 (13).

Big Klu
07-16-2011, 01:56 AM
40 years ago (1971), a 2-1 win at Riverfront Stadium vs. the Giants.

San Francisco
Chris Speier ss
Tito Fuentes 2b
Willie Mays cf
Dick Dietz c
Ken Henderson rf
Jimmy Rosario lf
Hal Lanier 3b
Ed Goodson 1b
John Cumberland p

Cincinnati
Pete Rose rf
George Foster cf
Lee May 1b
Johnny Bench lf
Tony Perez 3b
Tommy Helms 2b
Pat Corrales c
Woody Woodward ss
Don Gullett p


WP: Joe Gibbon (3-4)
LP: Jerry Johnson (8-4)
HR: CIN - Lee May (24), Tony Perez (15).

Tony Perez hit a game-winning home run with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning off Jerry Johnson. John Cumberland and Jerry Johnson combined on a four-hitter in a losing effort for the Giants. The only hits for the Reds were a one-out single by Tony Perez in the second inning, a one-out solo homer by Lee May in the fourth, a leadoff single by Pat Corrales in the eighth, and the game-winning two-out solo homer by Perez in the ninth.

Big Klu
07-16-2011, 02:02 AM
35 years ago (1976), a 4-3 loss at Riverfront Stadium vs. Les Expos.

Montreal
Jerry White cf
Mike Jorgensen lf
Jim Lyttle rf
Andre Thornton 1b
Larry Parrish 3b
Tim Foli ss
Pete Mackanin 2b
Barry Foote c
Steve Rogers p

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


WP: Steve Rogers (3-8)
LP: Will McEnaney (1-4)
Sv: Dale Murray (9)
HR: CIN - Dave Concepcion (7).

Big Klu
07-16-2011, 02:51 AM
25 years ago (1986), the American League defeated the National League, 3-2, in the All-Star Game at the Astrodome in Houston.

American League
Kirby Puckett (MIN) cf
Rickey Henderson (NY) lf
Wade Boggs (BOS) 3b
Lance Parrish (DET) c
Wally Joyner (CAL) 1b
Cal Ripken Jr. (BAL) ss
Dave Winfield (NY) rf
Lou Whitaker (DET) 2b
Roger Clemens (BOS) p

National League
Tony Gwynn (SD) lf
Ryne Sandberg (CHI) 2b
Keith Hernandez (NY) 1b
Gary Carter (NY) c
Darryl Strawberry (NY) rf
Mike Schmidt (PHI) 3b
Dale Murphy (ATL) cf
Ozzie Smith (STL) ss
Dwight Gooden (NY) p


WP: Roger Clemens (BOS)
LP: Dwight Gooden (NY)
Sv: Don Aase (BAL)
HR: AL - Lou Whitaker (DET), Frank White (KC).

Red Sox starter Roger Clemens, Teddy Higuera of the Brewers, Charlie Hough of the Rangers, Dave Righetti of the Yankees, and Don Aase of the Orioles combined on a five-hitter with 7 K's for the AL. Mets starter Dwight Gooden, Fernando Valenzuela of the Dodgers, Mike Scott of the Astros, Sid Fernandez of the Mets, and Mike Krukow of the Giants also combined on a five-hitter with 12 K's in a losing effort for the NL. Valenzuela struck out five consecutive batters (Don Mattingly of the Yankees, Cal Ripken of the Orioles, Jesse Barfield of the Blue Jays, Lou Whitaker of the Tigers, and Teddy Higuera of the Brewers), tying the All-Star record held by Carl Hubbell of the Giants in 1934. (Admittedly, Hubbell's feat was more impressive, as he had to negotiate past Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig of the Yankees, Jimmie Foxx of the Athletics, Al Simmons of the White Sox, and Joe Cronin of the Senators--all Hall-Of-Famers.) The AL used 22 players, with every club represented except for the Athletics and the Mariners. The NL used 23 players, with all 12 clubs represented. Only one Red played in the game. RF Dave Parker entered the game in the sixth inning as a defensive replacement for Mets RF Darryl Strawberry, and was 1-for-2. (LHP John Franco was also selected to the NL All-Star team, but did not play.) The managers for the game were Dick Howser of the Royals for the AL, and Whitey Herzog of the Cardinals for the NL. This was the final game that Howser would ever manage, as he complained of feeling ill before the game. Shortly thereafter, he was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Less than a year later--on June 17, 1987--Howser died at the age of 51.

Big Klu
07-16-2011, 02:59 AM
20 years ago (1991), a 5-2 loss at Riverfront Stadium vs. the Cardinals.

St. Louis
Bernard Gilkey lf
Ozzie Smith ss
Todd Zeile 3b
Gerald Perry 1b
Felix Jose rf
Ray Lankford cf
Geronimo Peņa 2b
Tom Pagnozzi c
Omar Olivares p

Cincinnati
Bill Doran 2b
Hal Morris 1b
Barry Larkin ss
Eric Davis cf
Paul O'Neill rf
Chris Sabo 3b
Billy Hatcher lf
Joe Oliver c
Gino Minutelli p


WP: Omar Olivares (3-1)
LP: Gino Minutelli (0-1)
Sv: Lee Smith (24)
HR: STL - Geronimo Peņa (3), Gerald Perry (4). CIN - Hal Morris (7).

Big Klu
07-16-2011, 03:06 AM
15 years ago (1996), an 8-3 loss at Riverfront Stadium vs. the Cardinals.

St. Louis
Royce Clayton ss
Ray Lankford cf
Ron Gant lf
Brian Jordan rf
John Mabry 1b
Gary Gaetti 3b
Tom Pagnozzi c
Mike Gallego 2b
Mike Morgan p

Cincinnati
Lenny Harris 1b
Barry Larkin ss
Willie Greene 3b
Reggie Sanders rf
Eric Davis cf
Thomas Howard lf
Bret Boone 2b
Joe Oliver c
Roger Salkeld p


WP: Mike Morgan (3-3)
LP: Roger Salkeld (4-3)
HR: STL - Ray Lankford 2 (18). CIN - Joe Oliver (6).

Big Klu
07-16-2011, 03:16 AM
10 years ago (2001), an 8-5 loss at Riverfront Stadium vs. the Tigers.

Detroit
Roger Cedeņo cf
Damion Easley 2b
Bobby Higginson lf
Robert Fick c
Tony Clark 1b
Shane Halter ss
Juan Encarnacion rf
Jose Macias 3b
Chris Holt p

Cincinnati
Pokey Reese ss
Michael Tucker lf
Ken Griffey Jr. cf
Dmitri Young 1b
Aaron Boone 3b
Alex Ochoa rf
Jason LaRue c
Juan Castro 2b
Jose Acevedo p


WP: Willie Blair (1-4)
LP: Chris Nichting (0-3)
Sv: Matt Anderson (10)
HR: DET - Robert Fick 2 (16), Bobby Higginson (11). CIN - Ken Griffey Jr. (5), Aaron Boone (9).

This was the first game of an odd Sunday-Monday-Tuesday three-game series.

Big Klu
07-16-2011, 03:31 AM
Five years ago (2006), a 3-2 win at Great American Ball Park vs. the Rockies.

Colorado
Jamey Carroll 2b
Cory Sullivan cf
Todd Helton 1b
Matt Holliday lf
Garrett Atkins 3b
Brad Hawpe rf
Yorvit Torrealba c
Omar Quintanilla ss
Aaron Cook p

Cincinnati
Chris Denorfia rf
Adam Dunn lf
Ken Griffey Jr. cf
Rich Aurilia 3b
Scott Hatteberg 1b
Brandon Phillips 2b
Royce Clayton ss
Jason LaRue c
Bronson Arroyo p


WP: Bill Bray (2-1)
LP: Brian Fuentes (2-3)
HR: None.

Trailing 2-1 going into the bottom the ninth inning, the Reds rallied for two runs, even though only one Reds hitter put the ball in play against Rockies LHP Brian Fuentes. Scott Hatteberg struck out to lead off the inning, but Brandon Phillips drew a one-out walk. Phillips then stole second as Royce Clayton struck out. Jason LaRue was then hit by a pitch. Dewayne Wise entered the game as a pinch-runner for LaRue at 1B. Edwin Encarnacion then pinch-hit for Bill Bray and was also hit by a pitch to load the bases. Chris Denorfia then delivered an infield single that deflected off Rockies 3B Garrett Atkins, scoring Phillips and Wise with the tying and winning runs.