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Thread: 9.18.16 Reds @ Pirates

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    Re: 9.18.16 Reds @ Pirates

    That's my prediction for the final record. 68-94. Finishing up with a 5-8 record. The final two weeks is brutal. Lots of Cubs and Cards games.
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    Re: 9.18.16 Reds @ Pirates

    Happy Straily finally got his hit and happy he is on our team

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    Re: 9.18.16 Reds @ Pirates

    Reds avoid a 100 loss season with this win. The city of Cincinnati should throw them a parade for avoiding that with this team. Also should thank about six other NL teams for being, just as bad, if nor worse than them.

    Straily is now 13-8. Not bad for a guy taken off the junk heap.
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    Re: 9.18.16 Reds @ Pirates

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Servo View Post
    The Reds (Jocketty's? Price's?) belief that you can just stick anybody in CF is something I would really like to see go. Peraza isn't an outfielder, let alone able to handle the challenges of the toughest OF position, and Schebler isn't a CFer either. And neither was Brennan Boesch.
    was there in left center (first time in a couple of years i made it in from WV to see a game)....Peraza underran that triple that glanced off his glove, he had plenty of time to get under it, but to me it looked like he slowed down for the over the shoulder try.....the HR ball was a damn good try, i think the way his arm hit the wall turned his glove slightly, it rattled out of his glove, but he had it timed perfectly. Overall though, I wish Billy would have been out there, would have saved a few runs. They won though, and that's what matters.


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