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    Re: 7/3/13 - Reds vs. Gigantes

    I rarely miss a game on tv....

    During Homer's 1st no no I was at a high school football game and found Marty on my MLB Ap to listen to the last 3 outs.

    Yesterday I had to manage the ball fields until about 10:00 so I DVR'd it....as I'm shutting off the lights one of the last people there tells "Homer threw another no hitter".....(thanks for the spoil)......so I get home and start watching it on replay and the stupid DVR froze in the 6th inning and I had to see what they desired to show on the highlights.

    I'm not lucky.

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    Re: 7/3/13 - Reds vs. Gigantes

    Looking back the 2 hits Arroyo gave up Monday loom large.

    Refresh my memory were they solid hits?

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    Quote Originally Posted by texasdave View Post
    For back-to-back-to-back games it would be hard to beat what the Astros accomplished in 1986.

    Jim DeShaies two-hit the Dodgers in a 4-0 win. He walked one and struck out 10.
    Nolan Ryan one-hit the Giants in a 6-0 win. He walked three and struck out 12.
    Mike Scott then no-hit the Giants in a 2-0 win. He walked two and struck out 13.
    One note: Ryan only went 8 innings. Charlie Kerfield pitched the ninth, giving up a hit and a walk but no runs.

    In that three-game stretch, Astros' pitchers gave up 4 hits, no runs, six walks, while striking out 35. Yikes!
    The Reds are at 2 hits in 2 games heading into tonight. Hopefully Tony makes it interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaldaniels View Post
    Looking back the 2 hits Arroyo gave up Monday loom large.

    Refresh my memory were they solid hits?
    One left the yard. Brandon Belt, I believe.
    Zero chance the Reds miss the playoffs!

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    Re: 7/3/13 - Reds vs. Gigantes

    Quote Originally Posted by texasdave View Post
    One left the yard. Brandon Belt, I believe.
    D'oh.

    I suppose that one counts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NebraskaRed View Post
    Someone might have written a player profile on him and posted it to the ORG just this morning....
    Well, I didn't see it, but I'm mighty glad that Bumpus is finally getting his due.

    Go Reds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ironman92 View Post
    I rarely miss a game on tv....

    During Homer's 1st no no I was at a high school football game and found Marty on my MLB Ap to listen to the last 3 outs.

    Yesterday I had to manage the ball fields until about 10:00 so I DVR'd it....as I'm shutting off the lights one of the last people there tells "Homer threw another no hitter".....(thanks for the spoil)......so I get home and start watching it on replay and the stupid DVR froze in the 6th inning and I had to see what they desired to show on the highlights.

    I'm not lucky.
    Well, I can recap. Homer threw a no hitter. The game was on the MLB Network. Homer gave a couple of interviews. He used a curse word in one of them. He made a comment that pitching isn't as easy as the guys upstairs (announcers) suggest. This was taken as an attack on certain Reds announcers, although I think it's probably a common feeling among MLB players.

    Then some people thought that the Reds radio announcer hasn't been nice to Homer and Homer apparently didn't do a post-game interview with Reds Radio so that led to an extremely long thread on RedsZone today which I merely skimmed because, you know, who cares.

    Meanwhile, Homer apparently got a lot of texts from guys like Roger Clemens and answered every one of them and didn't watch the replay of the no-hitter because he actually was there.

    And tonight, Cingrani is pitching and the most important thing is that the Reds continue to win and pick up ground on the Pirates and Cards.

    By the way, the last six pitchers to pitch two no-hitters, other than Homer, were Verlander, Halladay, Buerhle, Nomo, Ryan, R. Johnson. I just saw it on MLB Network, which is about to talk to Todd Frazier about the last out, Todd made the final play of the no-hitter, in an interview upcoming.

    You are now up to date. LOL.
    Last edited by Kc61; 07-03-2013 at 05:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kc61 View Post
    Well, I can recap. Homer threw a no hitter. The game was on the MLB Network. Homer gave a couple of interviews. He used a curse word in one of them. He made a comment that pitching isn't as easy as the guys upstairs (announcers) suggest. This was taken as an attack on certain Reds announcers, although I think it's probably a common feeling among MLB players.

    Then some people thought that the Reds radio announcer hasn't been nice to Homer and Homer apparently didn't do a post-game interview with Reds Radio so that led to an extremely long thread on RedsZone today which I merely skimmed because, you know, who cares.

    Meanwhile, Homer apparently got a lot of texts from guys like Roger Clemens and answered every one of them and didn't watch the replay of the no-hitter because he actually was there.

    And tonight, Cingrani is pitching and the most important thing is that the Reds continue to win and pick up ground on the Pirates and Cards.

    By the way, the last six pitchers to pitch two no-hitters, other than Homer, were Verlander, Halladay, Buerhle, Nomo, Ryan, R. Johnson. I just saw it on MLB Network, which is about to talk to Todd Frazier about the last out, Todd made the final play of the no-hitter, in an interview upcoming.

    You are now up to date. LOL.
    tl;dr

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    Re: 7/3/13 - Reds vs. Gigantes

    Quote Originally Posted by Kc61 View Post
    I don't know, but Jim Maloney no-hit the Astros in 1969 and the next night Astro Don Wilson returned the favor against the Reds with a no-hitter of his own.

    Let's hope THAT doesn't repeat.
    And I remember that --- Maloney was my favorite pitcher
    The older I get - the better I was

    and yes - I hate the Cardinals (Reds fan since 1958)

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    Re: 7/3/13 - Reds vs. Gigantes

    Quote Originally Posted by Ironman92 View Post
    I rarely miss a game on tv....

    During Homer's 1st no no I was at a high school football game and found Marty on my MLB Ap to listen to the last 3 outs.

    Yesterday I had to manage the ball fields until about 10:00 so I DVR'd it....as I'm shutting off the lights one of the last people there tells "Homer threw another no hitter".....(thanks for the spoil)......so I get home and start watching it on replay and the stupid DVR froze in the 6th inning and I had to see what they desired to show on the highlights.

    I'm not lucky.
    FSO usually replays the previous night's game the following morning. I don't know if they do this with every game, but it happens quite often. Obviously it won't help with last night's game, but it may help if you have to miss games in the future.
    "I talked to an advance scout that told me if Joey Votto and Albert Pujols were on the same team he'd advise his team to do the unthinkable...pitch around Votto to get to Pujols." - Buster Olney, ESPN

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    Re: 7/3/13 - Reds vs. Gigantes

    "Chef" Rob LaFond creeps me out. That is one weird dude.

    JTM having a "chef" in full gear is completely hilarious. JTM stands for "Joints Tendons and Muscles" for those who didn't know or haven't tasted their food. (Kidding, that's not really what it stands for. It should, though. It really should.)

    "Let's create great dishes together!"

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    Re: 7/3/13 - Reds vs. Gigantes

    Quote Originally Posted by New York Red View Post
    FSO usually replays the previous night's game the following morning. I don't know if they do this with every game, but it happens quite often. Obviously it won't help with last night's game, but it may help if you have to miss games in the future.
    Yeah, that's what I did, I recorded their rebroadcast. It's 2 hours long-- obviously they have to edit out a portion of the game, but generally still get the major parts like the beginning and the inning and any scoring plays. Sorry you had to miss it.

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    Re: 7/3/13 - Reds vs. Gigantes

    26 to go.

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    Re: 7/3/13 - Reds vs. Gigantes

    No-no broken up with bloop double. Damn.

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    Re: 7/3/13 - Reds vs. Gigantes

    Cingrani is getting big-time squeezed. It better be the same for both teams.


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