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    Reds Starters over last 30 games

    Most interesting statistic -the Reds five starters as of 6.29.14 are 16-4 over the last 30 games. Bailey had a shut-out today but lost to a Shut-out in the last game the Reds lost in Chicago.

    Where were we in 1972 when the Reds last won four at San Fran. 42 years ago.

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    Re: Reds Starters over last 30 games

    Quote Originally Posted by WaiteHoyt View Post
    Most interesting statistic -the Reds five starters as of 6.29.14 are 16-4 over the last 30 games. Bailey had a shut-out today but lost to a Shut-out in the last game the Reds lost in Chicago.

    Where were we in 1972 when the Reds last won four at San Fran. 42 years ago.
    At the end of the day on May 18,1972, the Reds were 2.5 behind the Astros in 3rd place in the NL West. Their record was 16-13. So sweeping that series brought their record over .500.
    Reds Fan Since 1971

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    Re: Reds Starters over last 30 games

    We already knew the starting staff was ELITE, the problem is with the hitting and middle relief but hopefully those are coming around. We'll see

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    Re: Reds Starters over last 30 games

    I wonder as do many followers why they have so many relief pitchers but still feel a need to use the closer four days in a row.

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    Re: Reds Starters over last 30 games

    Quote Originally Posted by WaiteHoyt View Post
    I wonder as do many followers why they have so many relief pitchers but still feel a need to use the closer four days in a row.
    idk but it was a big mistake, lucky the Reds won that game.

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    Re: Reds Starters over last 30 games

    4 is the limit to me but a guy needs to be able to go 4 days if he is a closer. Chap was hitting 100 - his command was a tad off.
    No - I am not from State Farm!

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    Re: Reds Starters over last 30 games

    As physically strong as Chapman is and how management talks about how he's the most athletic player on the team, I would think going 4 or 5 days in a row throwing 1 inning should be a cakewalk for him.


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