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RedsMan3203
08-23-2012, 11:51 AM
http://johnclay.bloginky.com/files/2012/08/redsvsmlb.jpg

Also, Reds are 25-23 against playoff contenders (Braves, Nats, Pitt, STL, LA, SF and DBacks) (.520 winning %)

RedsManRick
08-23-2012, 11:52 AM
http://johnclay.bloginky.com/files/2012/08/redsvsmlb.jpg

Also, Reds are 25-23 against playoff contenders (Braves, Nats, Pitt, STL, LA, SF and DBacks) (.520 winning %)

Cool info. How do the rest of the contenders stack up amongst themselves?

Sea Ray
08-23-2012, 11:55 AM
Yeah, Washington's the only one that bothers me out of all that

OesterPoster
08-23-2012, 12:10 PM
Yeah, Washington's the only one that bothers me out of all that

Those games were all so long ago though, they hardly hold any merit in my opinion. Simon wild-pitched in the winning run in extras for game 1. Lost in 13 innings another time. Lost a 2-1 game in another. They were close games when nobody outside of Votto was hitting, and Latos was only going 5 innings a start, and Chapman wasn't the closer. I actually think it's a positive to have played them that well early in the season.

Caveat Emperor
08-23-2012, 12:15 PM
Yeah, Washington's the only one that bothers me out of all that

They had Washington pretty early in the season when a lot of the key contributors in the lineup were either struggling (Ludwick) or not playing (Frazier). They went to extras in 3 of the 4 games in DC, and lost by 1 run in Cincinnati on one of the games.

The record is what it is, but the matchup seems to be very even between the two teams.

RedsMan3203
08-23-2012, 12:39 PM
Cool info. How do the rest of the contenders stack up amongst themselves?

Sorry, I found that lil picture elsewhere and borrowed it... It would take me a few hours to do the rest of the teams... Here is a link that will help.

http://espn.go.com/mlb/standings/grid

cumberlandreds
08-23-2012, 01:54 PM
The Reds weren't hitting at all when the played the Nats. Especially in DC. I went to two of those games and they scored a total of two runs. Yet lost one of them in 13 innings. I wouldn't put a lot of stock in games played that early in the season anyway. Too much happens over the course of the entire season to woryy about results of April and May.

Brutus
08-23-2012, 01:56 PM
They had Washington pretty early in the season when a lot of the key contributors in the lineup were either struggling (Ludwick) or not playing (Frazier). They went to extras in 3 of the 4 games in DC, and lost by 1 run in Cincinnati on one of the games.

The record is what it is, but the matchup seems to be very even between the two teams.

And any matchup against Washington appears unlikely to include Strasburg at this point, as it seems they're going to shut him down in late September.

MikeThierry
08-23-2012, 02:00 PM
After this weekend, you guys are going to have a losing record against St. Louis :)

Sorry had to do it. :beerme:

RedsMan3203
08-23-2012, 02:02 PM
And any matchup against Washington appears unlikely to include Strasburg at this point, as it seems they're going to shut him down in late September.

At this point... I can see only 2 or 3 starts left in him for the year.... I heard 160 IP is the max... He is at 145 now.

MikeThierry
08-23-2012, 02:02 PM
They had Washington pretty early in the season when a lot of the key contributors in the lineup were either struggling (Ludwick) or not playing (Frazier). They went to extras in 3 of the 4 games in DC, and lost by 1 run in Cincinnati on one of the games.

The record is what it is, but the matchup seems to be very even between the two teams.

Wasn't Washington missing key pieces due to injury?

Tom Servo
08-23-2012, 02:04 PM
Wasn't Washington missing key pieces due to injury?
Just Morse.

MikeThierry
08-23-2012, 02:05 PM
Just Morse.

Wasn't Zimmeran and Werth out and was Bryce Harper called up yet?

Tom Servo
08-23-2012, 02:10 PM
Wasn't Zimmeran and Werth out and was Bryce Harper called up yet?
Zimmerman was healthy for both series we played against them. Werth played in the first series, and Harper played in the second series.

Brutus
08-23-2012, 02:24 PM
At this point... I can see only 2 or 3 starts left in him for the year.... I heard 160 IP is the max... He is at 145 now.

The comments from Davey Johnson yesterday basically suggested that they would shut him down for his last 2-3 starts this year, so he's got maybe 4-5 starts left. It sounds like 180 innings will be their drop-dead point.

Sea Ray
08-23-2012, 03:04 PM
The comments from Davey Johnson yesterday basically suggested that they would shut him down for his last 2-3 starts this year, so he's got maybe 4-5 starts left. It sounds like 180 innings will be their drop-dead point.

The media (ESPN) has covered this ad nauseum but they keep covering the same stories without giving us anything new. The question I haven't heard answered or even asked yet is:

Is this innings limit just for this year? Will he be limited in the future?

kaldaniels
08-23-2012, 03:09 PM
Great info but I think you are counting .500 as winning.

RedsMan3203
08-23-2012, 03:21 PM
Had some extra time today and dug a little deeper for each teach...




Braves
W L Games Left
Nats 5 10 3
Pitt 2 2 3
Stl 5 1 0
Reds 1 5 0
LA 3 3 0
SF 1 2 4
DBacks 5 2 0
Total 22 25
Winning % 0.468

Nats
W L Games Left
Braves 10 5 3
Pitt 2 3 0
Stl 0 0 7
Reds 5 2 0
LA 0 3 3
SF 5 1 0
DBacks 4 2
Total 26 16
Winning % 0.619

Pitt
W L Games Left
Braves 2 2 3
Nats 3 2 0
Stl 6 6 3
Reds 6 6 6
LA 1 6 0
SF 3 3 0
DBacks 4 3 0
Total 25 28
Winning % 0.472

Stl
W L Games Left
Braves 1 5 0
Nats 0 0 7
Pitt 6 6 3
Reds 4 5 6
LA 3 4 4
SF 3 3 0
DBacks 5 1 0
Total 22 24
Winning % 0.478

LA
W L Games Left
Braves 3 3 0
Nats 3 0 3
Pitt 6 1 0
Stl 4 3 4
Reds 2 1 3
SF 5 7 6
DBacks 4 8 6
Total 27 23
Winning % 0.540

SF
W L Games Left
Braves 2 1 4
Nats 1 5 0
Pitt 3 3 0
Stl 3 3 0
Reds 3 4 0
LA 7 5 6
DBacks 4 5 9
Total 23 26
Winning % 0.469

DBacks
W L Games Left
Braves 2 5 0
Nats 2 4 0
Pitt 3 4 0
Stl 1 5 0
Reds 2 2 3
LA 8 4 6
SF 5 4 9
Total 23 28
Winning % 0.451

Reds
W L Games Left
Braves 5 1 0
Nats 2 5 0
Pitt 6 6 6
Stl 5 4 6
LA 1 2 3
SF 4 3 0
DBacks 2 2 3
Total 25 23
Winning % 0.521

Chip R
08-23-2012, 03:33 PM
The media (ESPN) has covered this ad nauseum but they keep covering the same stories without giving us anything new. The question I haven't heard answered or even asked yet is:

Is this innings limit just for this year? Will he be limited in the future?

I would guess he will have a de facto limit ~200 IP but probably won't exceed it.