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    Re: 9/10/2015 Reds Birds at Red Legs

    Quote Originally Posted by _Sir_Charles_ View Post
    Not only was that 76 pitch complete game freaking nuts...63 of those 76 pitches were STRIKES. Wow.
    yes -- he was truly great - but -- always the but --- his strike zone was a tad different than the one in the rule book --- to his great credit -- he used every inch of it well
    The older I get - the better I was

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    Re: 9/10/2015 Reds Birds at Red Legs

    Thought Frazier had #31, but not so.

    George seemed to think it was the third out.
    I dont care, Votto said of passing his friend and former teammate. Hes in the past. Bye-bye, Jay.

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    Re: 9/10/2015 Reds Birds at Red Legs

    Quote Originally Posted by _Sir_Charles_ View Post
    So clearly, the answer is to get MLB to shorten games to 6 innings. Problem solved.
    LOL, would help John Lamb and Keyvius Sampson.

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    Re: 9/10/2015 Reds Birds at Red Legs

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Raindog View Post
    yes -- he was truly great - but -- always the but --- his strike zone was a tad different than the one in the rule book --- to his great credit -- he used every inch of it well
    That being said...if the ump's strikezone was tight...he'd STILL hit the corners. By far, the best "pitcher" I've ever seen personally.

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    LOL, would help John Lamb and Keyvius Sampson.
    And we'd NEVER see Chapman again. :O)

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    Re: 9/10/2015 Reds Birds at Red Legs

    Waiting on WOY to post about Norm Van Lisberger and his 52 pitch shutout of the Brooklyn Bagshaws back in 1873.

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    Re: 9/10/2015 Reds Birds at Red Legs

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Raindog View Post
    yes -- he was truly great - but -- always the but --- his strike zone was a tad different than the one in the rule book --- to his great credit -- he used every inch of it well
    The pitches in that video were insane

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    Re: 9/10/2015 Reds Birds at Red Legs

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Servo View Post
    Thought Frazier had #31, but not so.

    George seemed to think it was the third out.
    This post is plagiarism.

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    Re: 9/10/2015 Reds Birds at Red Legs

    Quote Originally Posted by _Sir_Charles_ View Post
    That being said...if the ump's strikezone was tight...he'd STILL hit the corners.

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    Sure. Chapman would pitch the sixth in save situations.



    And we'd NEVER see Chapman again. :O)
    Chapman pitches the 6th in save situations.

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    Re: 9/10/2015 Reds Birds at Red Legs

    Best pitcher in the 90s: Maddux or Pedro. Go!
    The world is a messy place. People are inconsistent and complicated. Maybe we should see how different things could be if we gave grace and forgiveness to our fellow human beings when they fail to be perfect in our eyes. -- me

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    Re: 9/10/2015 Reds Birds at Red Legs

    Quote Originally Posted by Ironman92 View Post
    The pitches in that video were insane
    I know. The movement on his pitches....such a joy to watch. Tons and TONS of late movement...in every direction imaginable.

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    Re: 9/10/2015 Reds Birds at Red Legs

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post
    Best pitcher in the 90s: Maddux or Pedro. Go!
    Maddux for sure IMO.

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    Re: 9/10/2015 Reds Birds at Red Legs

    Quote Originally Posted by Chuckie View Post
    This post is plagiarism.
    Yes, I'm scared.
    I dont care, Votto said of passing his friend and former teammate. Hes in the past. Bye-bye, Jay.

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    Re: 9/10/2015 Reds Birds at Red Legs

    Quote Originally Posted by Ironman92 View Post
    Waiting on WOY to post about Norm Van Lisberger and his 52 pitch shutout of the Brooklyn Bagshaws back in 1873.
    When I start my next band (which will be named Gothic Plague) my nom de plume will be Norm Van Lisberger, dammit!

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    Re: 9/10/2015 Reds Birds at Red Legs

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post
    Best pitcher in the 90s: Maddux or Pedro. Go!
    Early-Mid was Maddux....4 straight Cy

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    Re: 9/10/2015 Reds Birds at Red Legs

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post
    Best pitcher in the 90s: Maddux or Pedro. Go!
    Most dominant. Pedro.
    Best pitcher. Maddux.

    Pedro had better swing/miss stuff, but nobody had better command than Maddux.


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