Originally Posted by New York Red
I'm glad you mentioned the "Last 10" thing because I've thought that the entire season. With the Reds, it seems they're always in the 7-3. 6-4, 5-5, 4-6 range, or at least since late May when they reached 15 games over .500 for the first time. They've basically been a .500 team since then, because they just don't have the consistency on offense to go on an extended tear. They will go as far as their pitching and defense will take them.
Good thread, by the way.
Thanks. And yeah, part of what I was driving at is that the Reds remaining schedule does set up rather nicely for them to finally get on one of those nice hot streaks. But of course they promptly go out and lose 2 out of 3 to the friggin Brewers at home. Now for 3 @ StL....confidence is not high.