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    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/26/14): Past Lineups

    10 years ago (2004), a 9-6 loss in 11 innings at Great American Ball Park vs. the Cardinals.

    St. Louis
    Marlon Anderson 2b
    Edgar Renteria ss
    Albert Pujols 1b
    Scott Rolen 3b
    Jim Edmonds cf
    Reggie Sanders rf
    John Mabry lf
    Mike Matheny c
    Woody Williams p

    Cincinnati
    Ryan Freel 3b
    Juan Castro ss
    Sean Casey 1b
    Adam Dunn lf
    D'Angelo Jimenez 2b
    Wily Mo Peņa cf
    John Vander Wal rf
    Jason LaRue c
    Paul Wilson p


    WP: Ray King (4-1)
    LP: Phil Norton (1-3)
    HR: STL - Scott Rolen (21), Jim Edmonds (25), Albert Pujols (29). CIN - D'Angelo Jimenez (7), Adam Dunn (27), Wily Mo Peņa (16).
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    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/26/14): Past Lineups

    Five years ago (2009), a 5-2 loss at Wrigley Field in Chicago.

    Cincinnati
    Chris Dickerson rf
    Willy Taveras cf
    Joey Votto 1b
    Brandon Phillips 2b
    Edwin Encarnacion 3b
    Jonny Gomes lf
    Alex Gonzalez ss
    Craig Tatum c
    Micah Owings p

    Chicago Cubs
    Kosuke Fukudome cf
    Ryan Theriot ss
    Aramis Ramirez 3b
    Jake Fox 1b
    Milton Bradley rf
    Alfonso Soriano lf
    Mike Fontenot 2b
    Koyie Hill c
    Rich Harden p


    WP: Rich Harden (7-6)
    LP: Micah Owings (6-11)
    Sv: Kevin Gregg (21)
    HR: CIN - Joey Votto (15).

    Rich Harden, Sean Marshall, Angel Guzman, Jeff Samardzija, and Kevin Gregg combined on a four-hitter with 10 K's for the Cubs. The only hits for the Reds were a two-out solo homer by Joey Votto in the first inning, a pinch-hit single by Laynce Nix with one out in the eighth, and back-to-back singles by Paul Janish and Willy Taveras leadinig off the ninth. Micah Owings left the game in the top of the fourth inning with a neck/shoulder injury.
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    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/26/14): Past Lineups

    Quote Originally Posted by Big Klu View Post
    70 years ago (1944), the Reds split a doubleheader at Braves Field in Boston--losing the opener 9-2, and winning the nightcap 8-5.

    First Game
    Cincinnati
    Woody W. Williams 2b
    Max Marshall rf
    Gee Walker cf
    Frank McCormick 1b
    Ray Mueller c
    Eric Tipton lf
    Steve Mesner 3b
    Eddie Miller ss
    Bucky Walters p

    Boston Braves
    Tommy Holmes cf
    Max Macon 1b
    Chuck Workman 3b
    Ab Wright lf
    Butch Nieman rf
    Stew Hofferth c
    Dee Phillips ss
    Warren Huston 2b
    Red Barrett p


    WP: Red Barrett (6-11)
    LP: Bucky Walters (15-4)
    HR: None.

    In Game 1, Red Barrett pitched a complete-game seven-hitter to get the win for the Braves.



    Second Game
    Cincinnati
    Woody Williams 2b
    Max Marshall rf
    Gee Walker cf
    Frank McCormick 1b
    Ray Mueller c
    Eric Tipton lf
    Steve Mesner 3b
    Eddie Miller ss
    Harry Gumbert p

    Boston Braves
    Tommy Holmes cf
    Max Macon 1b
    Chuck Workman 3b
    Ab Wright lf
    Butch Nieman rf
    Clyde Kluttz c
    Dee Phillips ss
    Warren Huston 2b
    Ira Hutchinson p


    WP: Harry Gumbert (8-6)
    LP: Ira Hutchinson (7-4)
    HR: BOS - Tommy Holmes (7).

    In Game 2, Harry Gumbert pitched a complete-game eleven-hitter to get the win for the Reds.
    Clyde Kluttz will by name of the day for this day. I'm not sure how people go through life with the name of Kluttz, especially good athletes? i would imagine you would need a good sense of humor. Kluttz was a backup catcher from 1942 until 1952 for a variety of teams. He was part of two big trades at the time. He was involved in a trade in 1945 from the Braves to the Giants for Joe Medwick. Then again in 1946 from the Giants to the Philles for Vince DiMaggio. After his playing career he became a scout. Eventually becoming scouting director for the Yankees in 1974 and 1975. Then director of player development for the Orioles from 1976 until his death in 1979.


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    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/26/14): Past Lineups

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    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/26/14): Past Lineups

    Quote Originally Posted by Big Klu View Post
    65 years ago (1949), a 6-3 win at Crosley Field vs. the Braves.

    Boston Braves
    Eddie Stanky 2b
    Elbie Fletcher 1b
    Alvin Dark ss
    Bob Elliott 3b
    Ed Sauer cf
    Tommy Holmes rf
    Sibby Sisti lf
    Del Crandall c
    Johnny Antonelli p

    Cincinnati
    Harry Walker rf
    Peanuts Lowrey lf
    Danny Litwhiler 3b
    Walker Cooper c
    Virgil Stallcup ss
    Johnny Wyrostek cf
    Jimmy Bloodworth 1b
    Claude Corbitt 2b
    Kent Peterson p


    WP: Kent Peterson (3-2)
    LP: Johnny Antonelli (3-6)
    HR: BOS - Sibby Sisti (3), Bob Elliott (7). CIN - Johnny Wyrostek (7).

    Kent Peterson pitched a complete-game six-hitter to get the win for the Reds.
    I started following the Reds in 1949 so I am familiar with most of the names in the box scores from that year. The name Ed Sauer, however, was completely unfamiliar to me so I checked it out. He was the younger brother of slugger Hank Sauer who played for the Reds for a while. So there ya go.

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