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    Re: 4/7/13 - Reds vs Nationals

    Quote Originally Posted by WildcatFan View Post
    Cueto's good again!
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    Re: 4/7/13 - Reds vs Nationals

    Zimmerman with another great play.

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    Re: 4/7/13 - Reds vs Nationals

    Yea, Ryan Zimmerman does that a lot.
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    Re: 4/7/13 - Reds vs Nationals

    Bullpen situation for this game is interesting. Reds used most of the guys yesterday. Parra is available. Presumably JJ is not.

    Would he use Marshall in this close game if he's not 100 percent? I guess we could see Parra as a LOOGY if Marshall isn't ready.

    Sometimes Dusty pushes his starter an extra inning in this situation. Some time it works, sometimes not.

    Should be interesting to see what he does. I'm sure we'll all agree with Dusty's decisions.

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    Re: 4/7/13 - Reds vs Nationals

    Quote Originally Posted by Kc61 View Post
    Bullpen situation for this game is interesting. Reds used most of the guys yesterday. Parra is available. Presumably JJ is not.

    Would he use Marshall in this close game if he's not 100 percent? I guess we could see Parra as a LOOGY if Marshall isn't ready.

    Sometimes Dusty pushes his starter an extra inning in this situation. Some time it works, sometimes not.

    Should be interesting to see what he does. I'm sure we'll all agree with Dusty's decisions.
    I'd like to see Cueto for 6, LeCure for 7, Broxton for 8, Chapman for 9.

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    Re: 4/7/13 - Reds vs Nationals

    Quote Originally Posted by Kc61 View Post
    Bullpen situation for this game is interesting. Reds used most of the guys yesterday. Parra is available. Presumably JJ is not.

    Would he use Marshall in this close game if he's not 100 percent? I guess we could see Parra who had yesterday off.

    Sometimes Dusty pushes his starter an extra inning in this situation. Some time it works, sometimes not.

    Should be interesting to see what he does. I'm sure we'll all agree with Dusty's decisions.
    I imagine LeCure is available for a couple, only threw 9 pitches yesterday.
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    Re: 4/7/13 - Reds vs Nationals

    Frazier walks

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    Re: 4/7/13 - Reds vs Nationals

    Quote Originally Posted by kbrake View Post
    I'd like to see Cueto for 6, LeCure for 7, Broxton for 8, Chapman for 9.
    Then tomorrow is three in a row for Lecure, Brox and Chappy. Not sure Dusty wants that tomorrow. Also, Brox seems to be best with a day off; not sure he will go.

    I'm guessing Cueto will be pushed into the seventh inning. Also guessing that Lecure or Marshall works the eighth, Chappy the ninth. If things go well.

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    Re: 4/7/13 - Reds vs Nationals

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    Frazier walks
    walks. will. haunt.
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    Re: 4/7/13 - Reds vs Nationals

    LeCure warming.

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    Re: 4/7/13 - Reds vs Nationals

    Cozart strikes out swinging.

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    Re: 4/7/13 - Reds vs Nationals

    Big decision if Hanny gets on.
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    Re: 4/7/13 - Reds vs Nationals

    Nevermind
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    Re: 4/7/13 - Reds vs Nationals

    Hanigan strikes out. 3-3 after 5.

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    Re: 4/7/13 - Reds vs Nationals

    It's early, but I do fear this is the year where Hanigan gets exposed as not being an every day player with the bat.
    "Since I've been with the Reds in 1989, we've never had a farm system this loaded," Bowden said. "If we were the New York Yankees and had unlimited dollars, we could have traded for Colon, (Jeff) Weaver, Rolen, (Cliff) Floyd, (Kenny) Rogers and Finley and gotten them all -- and still held onto our top five prospects. That's an amazing statement."


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