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    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/27/14): Past Lineups

    20 years ago (1994), a 7-1 loss in 12 innings at Riverfront Stadium vs. the Astros.

    Houston
    Craig Biggio 2b
    Steve Finley cf
    Jeff Bagwell 1b
    Ken Caminiti 3b
    Luis Gonzalez lf
    Kevin Bass rf
    Scott Servais c
    Andujar Cedeņo ss
    Doug Drabek p

    Cincinnati
    Deion Sanders cf
    Barry Larkin ss
    Hal Morris 1b
    Kevin Mitchell lf
    Reggie Sanders rf
    Tony Fernandez 3b
    Bret Boone 2b
    Eddie Taubensee c
    John Roper p


    WP: Brian Williams (6-5)
    LP: Scott Service (0-2)
    HR: HOU - Jeff Bagwell (34), Tony Eusebio (5).

    The Astros scored six runs in the top of the twelfth inning off Scott Service and Tim Fortugno. After the game, the Reds acquired 1B/OF Brian R. Hunter from the Pirates for a PTBNL. (In October, the Reds sent minor-league OF Micah Franklin to the Pirates to complete the trade.)
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    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/27/14): Past Lineups

    15 years ago (1999), a 5-3 win in 10 innings at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.

    Cincinnati
    Mike Cameron cf
    Dmitri Young lf
    Sean Casey 1b
    Michael Tucker rf
    Barry Larkin ss
    Aaron Boone 3b
    Chris Stynes 2b
    Jason LaRue c
    Brett Tomko p

    Los Angeles
    Mark Grudzielanek ss
    Craig Counsell 2b
    Gary Sheffield lf
    Eric Karros 1b
    Devon White cf
    Todd Hollandsworth rf
    Todd Hundley c
    Adrian Beltre 3b
    Chan Ho Park p


    WP: Danny Graves (7-5)
    LP: Alan Mills (2-4)
    Sv: Scott Williamson (13)
    HR: LA - Todd Hundley (15).

    The Reds defeated the Dodgers for the second consecutive game by the identical score of 5-3 in 10 innings.
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    10 years ago (2004), a 6-0 loss at Great American Ball Park vs. the Cardinals.

    St. Louis
    Tony Womack 2b
    Edgar Renteria ss
    Albert Pujols 1b
    Scott Rolen 3b
    Jim Edmonds cf
    Roger Cedeņo lf
    Reggie Sanders rf
    Yadier Molina c
    Jason Marquis 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
    Javier Valentin c
    Cory Lidle p


    WP: Jason Marquis (11-4)
    LP: Cory Lidle (6-9)
    HR: STL - Reggie Sanders (17), Jim Edmonds (26).

    Jason Marquis, Kiko Calero, and Dan Haren combined on a three-hit shutout with 10 K's for the Cardinals. The only hits for the Reds were a two-out single by Sean Casey in the fourth inning, a one-out double by Javier Valentin in the fifth, and a two-out single by Adam Dunn in the sixth.
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    Five years ago (2009), a 6-4 win at GABP vs. the Padres.

    San Diego
    Tony Gwynn Jr. cf
    Evereth Cabrera ss
    Adrian Gonzalez 1b
    Kevin Kouzmanoff 3b
    Kyle Blanks lf
    Will Venable rf
    Luis Rodriguez 2b
    Eliezer Alfonzo c
    Josh Geer p

    Cincinnati
    Willy Taveras cf
    Alex Gonzalez ss
    Joey Votto 1b
    Brandon Phillips 2b
    Edwin Encarnacion 3b
    Laynce Nix lf
    Jonny Gomes rf
    Craig Tatum c
    Homer Bailey p


    WP: Homer Bailey (2-2)
    LP: Josh Geer (1-7)
    Sv: Francisco Cordero (23)
    HR: SD - Evereth Cabrera (1), Adrian Gonzalez (26), Kevin Kouzmanoff (14). CIN - Brandon Phillips (15), Jonny Gomes 2 (10), Edwin Encarnacion (5).

    Joey Votto was ejected in the bottom of the first inning by 3B umpire Jerry Crawford after Crawford rule that he had swung for strike three. Votto erupted and Crawford tossed him. Adam Rosales replaced Votto at 1B. Padres starter Josh Geer made his final major-league appearance in this game.
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    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/27/14): Past Lineups

    Quote Originally Posted by Big Klu View Post
    65 years ago (1949), a 9-7 loss in 13 innings at Crosley Field vs. the Braves.

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


    WP: Glenn Elliott (3-1)
    LP: Buddy Lively (4-5)
    HR: BOS - Bob Elliott 2 (9), Marv Rickert (5).
    Sibby Sisti will be my name of the day. Here is how I remember this name:

    Sibby was no Bambino, but he had two unique claims to fame later in life. In 1973, authors Brendan Boyd and Fred Harris ended their popular volume, The Great American Baseball Card Flipping, Trading and Bubble Gum Book with a page featuring one of Sisti’s cards accompanied by a one-line epitaph beneath it: “Goodnight Sibby Sisti, wherever you are.” Most readers probably had no idea.

    I loved that book as a kid and I will always remember him because of that last page of the book. Sisti was considered one of the best utility men of his time. He played from 1939 to 1954. He did miss the 1943 to 1946 seasons becaus eof WWII. He was in the Coast Guard for his tour of duty. He played just about every position except catcher and pitcher. He only had a .244 career batting everage but he was one of the Boston Braves most popular players as he was voted into the Boston Braves Hall of Fame in its inaugral class. Sebastian Daniel Sisti was born in 1920 in Buffalo and died in 2006 in Amherst, NY. One bit of trivia about him was that he was a technincal advisor for the movie "The Natural."


    http://www.retrosheet.org/boxesetc/S/Psists101.htm

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    The Reds go 16-5 in this set of game in this date in Reds baseball history.

    Sorry I was really busy part of the weekend and didn't feel all that well the other part so I got behind on names of the day. I'll try to catch up if time allows. I really like doing this and I hope a few others like this. It's really fun to find out about some of these old time players who have been largely forgotten. You really can find out some interesting things about them.
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    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/27/14): Past Lineups

    Quote Originally Posted by cumberlandreds View Post
    Sibby Sisti will be my name of the day. Here is how I remember this name:

    Sibby was no Bambino, but he had two unique claims to fame later in life. In 1973, authors Brendan Boyd and Fred Harris ended their popular volume, The Great American Baseball Card Flipping, Trading and Bubble Gum Book with a page featuring one of Sisti’s cards accompanied by a one-line epitaph beneath it: “Goodnight Sibby Sisti, wherever you are.” Most readers probably had no idea.

    I loved that book as a kid and I will always remember him because of that last page of the book. Sisti was considered one of the best utility men of his time. He played from 1939 to 1954. He did miss the 1943 to 1946 seasons becaus eof WWII. He was in the Coast Guard for his tour of duty. He played just about every position except catcher and pitcher. He only had a .244 career batting everage but he was one of the Boston Braves most popular players as he was voted into the Boston Braves Hall of Fame in its inaugral class. Sebastian Daniel Sisti was born in 1920 in Buffalo and died in 2006 in Amherst, NY. One bit of trivia about him was that he was a technincal advisor for the movie "The Natural."


    http://www.retrosheet.org/boxesetc/S/Psists101.htm

    http://sabr.org/bioproj/person/0d57b1d5

    The Reds go 16-5 in this set of game in this date in Reds baseball history.

    Sorry I was really busy part of the weekend and didn't feel all that well the other part so I got behind on names of the day. I'll try to catch up if time allows. I really like doing this and I hope a few others like this. It's really fun to find out about some of these old time players who have been largely forgotten. You really can find out some interesting things about them.
    I think Sibby also had a bit part in The Natural, playing the Phillies manager who argued with the umpire in the rain after Roy Hobbs tore the cover off the ball in his first big-league at-bat.

    Thank you very much for your contributions. I always look forward to them!
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    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/27/14): Past Lineups

    Quote Originally Posted by Big Klu View Post
    I think Sibby also had a bit part in The Natural, playing the Phillies manager who argued with the umpire in the rain after Roy Hobbs tore the cover off the ball in his first big-league at-bat.

    Thank you very much for your contributions. I always look forward to them!
    Yes he did have a bit part in it. It is mentioned in the SABR biography of him.
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