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    Re: Tues 9.15.15 Reds @ Giants

    Quote Originally Posted by 757690 View Post
    Seems unfair that you can pitch your way out of a save and into a win, but you can't pitch your way into a save.
    Counting stats are overrated anyway.
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    Re: Tues 9.15.15 Reds @ Giants

    I have no faith that Jumbo will get the third out without it being tied. Game over and the Reds win. Too hard. Not necessary

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    Boooo. Another losing season.
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    Chapman gets the win and Jumbo the save. Gawd have mercy. Surely this will pass. Another rare one-run win.
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    Re: Tues 9.15.15 Reds @ Giants

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    I have no faith that Jumbo will get the third out without it being tied. Game over and the Reds win. Too hard. Not necessary

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    Boooo. Another losing season.
    Cmon to a point, his players are F****** him. No matter who he puts in they F*** him. What do you do when you are in his position?

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    Re: Tues 9.15.15 Reds @ Giants

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post
    Counting stats are overrated anyway.
    Those two defiantly are. And Chapman's "win" tonight is perfect evidence.
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    Re: Tues 9.15.15 Reds @ Giants

    Although it meant nothing, the Reds should have won this easily, but nothing is easy these days. Starting a rookie and bringing in JJ, when he is not suited for being a late inning pitcher--he's keep proving that time after time--almost cost the game. Chapman was rusty which was obvious with him throwing breaking balls, and Frazier's HR winning the game was too much. I'm beat, but someone had to do it. Wish it wasn't me.
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    Re: Tues 9.15.15 Reds @ Giants

    Quote Originally Posted by PXShaman View Post
    Cmon to a point, his players are F****** him. No matter who he puts in they F*** him. What do you do when you are in his position?
    Knowing who to play and when is part of the job. He fails on both counts. Plenty of talent here, but knowing how to use it is not there. I'll just agree to disagree, but you can bet that his time is over. And after the Marlon Byrd, the rest of the staff is gone too.
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    Re: Tues 9.15.15 Reds @ Giants

    Quote Originally Posted by WVRedsFan View Post
    Knowing who to play and when is part of the job. He fails on both counts. Plenty of talent here, but knowing how to use it is not there. I'll just agree to disagree, but you can bet that his time is over. And after the Marlon Byrd, the rest of the staff is gone too.
    But he put in the right players. You reach a point were the players are to blame. CMON Chapman F***** up, how is that Price fault.

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    Re: Tues 9.15.15 Reds @ Giants

    Why is 'flubbed' being censored in PXShaman's posts?

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    Re: Tues 9.15.15 Reds @ Giants

    For the record, Fay reported that in the 7th inning, the umps looked at both the fan touching the ball, and the play at the plate. They ruled that replay didn't show conclusively that the fan touched the ball, but it did show that he was out at the plate.
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    Re: Tues 9.15.15 Reds @ Giants

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Servo View Post
    Not sure why Lamb thought a fastball 2-2 middle in on Posey was a good idea there, seemed like a great time for the changeup
    Maybe he has never seen this:


    Also on a 2-2 fastball, though it was in the 5th inning instead of the 4th.

    t5 2-0 1 123 5,(2-2) RRRR SFG B. Posey M. Latos 13% 96% Home Run (Fly Ball); Pagan Scores/unER; Scutaro Scores; Sandoval Scores
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    Hey it looks like the catcher set up in the same place on both and both pitches missed similarly. Time for a new gameplan.
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    All in favor of banning klw from Redszone?
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    Re: Tues 9.15.15 Reds @ Giants

    Quote Originally Posted by 757690 View Post
    For the record, Fay reported that in the 7th inning, the umps looked at both the fan touching the ball, and the play at the plate. They ruled that replay didn't show conclusively that the fan touched the ball, but it did show that he was out at the plate.
    Yes, that is what the Giants crew reported too, which had them scratching their heads since the guy did touch the ball.

    Also once again I must say Krukow and Kuiper are a great to listen to, no rancor or bluster of knowledge delivered with amazed wonderment every minute.

    I could only wish the Reds announcers were 1/2 as enjoyable to listen to

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    Re: Tues 9.15.15 Reds @ Giants

    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou View Post
    Yes, that is what the Giants crew reported too, which had them scratching their heads since the guy did touch the ball.

    Also once again I must say Krukow and Kuiper are a great to listen to, no rancor or bluster of knowledge delivered with amazed wonderment every minute.

    I could only wish the Reds announcers were 1/2 as enjoyable to listen to
    They are one of the best duo's out there. I was listening to them too last night, as I usually do when the Reds play the Giants.
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