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    9/18/18 Yelich Reds @ Milwaukee

    #reds lineup vs #brewers

    Schebler 9,
    Peraza 6,
    Votto 3,
    Gennett 4,
    Barnhart 2,
    Ervin 7,
    Williams 8,
    Dixon 5,
    Lorenzen 1

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    Re: 9/18/18 Yelich Reds @ Milwaukee

    Peraza homers to put Reds up 2-0 in the first.

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    Peraza has passed Alex Ochoa for 17th place among Hispanic players on the Reds home run list.

    1. Tony Perez (Cuba) - 287
    2. Dave Concepcion (Venezuela) - 101
    3. Eugenio Suarez (Venezuela) - 92
    4. Leo Cardenas (Cuba) - 72
    5. Edwin Encarnacion (Dom. Rep.) - 71
    6. Wily Mo Peña (Dom. Rep.) - 54
    7. Cesar Geronimo (Dom. Rep.) - 44
    8. Felipe Lopez (Puerto Rico) - 41
    9. Bo Diaz (Venezuela) - 39
    10. Javier Valentin (Puerto Rico) - 34
    11. Cesar Cedeño (Dom. Rep.) - 30
    12. Mariano Duncan (Dom. Rep.) - 28
    13. Jose Guillen (Dom. Rep.) - 27
    14. Juan Castro (Mexico) - 25
    15. Ramon Hernandez (Venezuela) - 24
    16. Eduardo Perez (USA/Puerto Rico) - 23
    17. Jose Peraza (Venezuela) - 21
    18. Alex Ochoa (USA/Cuba) - 20
    19. Luis Quiñones (Puerto Rico) - 19
    19. Benito Santiago (Puerto Rico) - 19
    19. D'Angelo Jimenez (Dom. Rep.) - 19
    19. Alex Gonzalez (Venezuela) - 19
    23. Juan Encarnacion (Dom. Rep.) - 16
    24. Miguel Cairo (Venezuela) - 13
    25. Roberto Kelly (Panama) - 12
    26. Ruben Rivera (Panama) - 10
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    Re: 9/18/18 Yelich Reds @ Milwaukee

    Peraza also is now tied for third for hits by a Reds SS in a season.

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    That 2-run HR by Peraza was his 173rd hit of the season, tying Leo Cardenas (1962) for third-most by a Reds shortstop in a season (Larkin, 185 in 1990 & Larkin, 174 in 1988).

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    Re: 9/18/18 Yelich Reds @ Milwaukee

    Granderson walks to lead off the first. That'll end well.

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    Re: 9/18/18 Yelich Reds @ Milwaukee

    Quote Originally Posted by klw View Post
    Granderson walks to lead off the first. That'll end well.
    And it does end well. Yelich k's, Cain GIDP

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    Coming up for the Reds, Ervin and then Mason Dixon.

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    Re: 9/18/18 Yelich Reds @ Milwaukee

    Quote Originally Posted by klw View Post
    Peraza also is now tied for third for hits by a Reds SS in a season.

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    Who would have thought Peraza would be 2nd on the team in hits and has more HR than Votto. I hope he saves some of his magic beans for next year.

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    Re: 9/18/18 Yelich Reds @ Milwaukee

    More mistakes cost the Reds a run. Also, if they get guys on, they're going to steal on Lorenzen all night.
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    Re: 9/18/18 Yelich Reds @ Milwaukee

    Quote Originally Posted by Chip R View Post
    More mistakes cost the Reds a run. Also, if they get guys on, they're going to steal on Lorenzen all night.
    Schebler is a horrible right fielder for sure
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    Re: 9/18/18 Yelich Reds @ Milwaukee

    another hit for Peraza

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    Re: 9/18/18 Yelich Reds @ Milwaukee

    Front Row Amy in blue tonight.
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    Re: 9/18/18 Yelich Reds @ Milwaukee

    Wasted opportunity for runs in the 3rd.
    “I don’t care,” Votto said of passing his friend and former teammate. “He’s in the past. Bye-bye, Jay.”

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    Re: 9/18/18 Yelich Reds @ Milwaukee

    this season has taught that nobody, and I mean nobody, has any idea what to do with this team's starting rotation going forward, and that nobody, and I mean nobody, knows exactly what Peraza's ceiling really is.

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    Re: 9/18/18 Yelich Reds @ Milwaukee

    Quote Originally Posted by NebraskaRed View Post
    this season has taught that nobody, and I mean nobody, has any idea what to do with this team's starting rotation going forward, and that nobody, and I mean nobody, knows exactly what Peraza's ceiling really is.
    Was just thinking the same thing.

    Peraza may still be a diamond in the rough. We just don’t know. He keeps exceeding expectations.

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    Re: 9/18/18 Yelich Reds @ Milwaukee

    Not only is Peraza not a hole in our lineup, he's actually one of our strengths this yr


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