Originally Posted by 1940757690
Game did seem lightning fast. Was hard to be there watching it. Not a lot of Reds fans in the park; oddly so. Usually a better showing. Neither team hit for s++t save the Harper triple and the one situational single by Werth. We just didn't hit a bit worse.
This has to stop tomorrow. If anything can cure offensive anemia, Dan Haren can do it.
Hey, as shameful as it was to be one-hit on two consecutive days, have to remember that Homer pitched a great game and that, even dropping two and being in fourth place, we're two games over .500 (Nats are only one over) and we're just 1.5 back of first place (Nats are 3.5 back).
Tomorrow's another day. An important one as I'd really like us to win the season series and, to do that, we have to take the next two.
Just to let RZ know this is a very good fan to see a game with. We just happened by sheer chance to have seats next to each other. He's another quality member of RZ.
Not much of a game by the Reds. Not hardly any hard hit balls. This about as bad as I have the bats in quite some time. I hope to at least see two hits today.
If I can figure out how to post pictures on RZ I got some good ones before the game last night. I stood behind the Reds dugout before the game and got some good pictures of Frazier,Choo,Baker,Bruce and Votto signing autographs before the game. These guys were really good about signing balls and whatever else folks had. Choo signed for a long time. Lots of Koreans there to see him too. Frazier seemed especially good with people. Which is no surprise.