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    5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    Testing the waters for the newly evolved forum. Let's get some lineups posted and get this baby rolling!

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    May 02, 2005
    ST LOUIS AT CINCINNATI -- LINEUPS

    See below, lol.

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

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    May 02, 2005 
    ST LOUIS AT CINCINNATI -- LINEUPS
    
    ST LOUIS                                CINCINNATI                            
                             AVG  HR  RBI                            AVG  HR  RBI   
    David Eckstein SS       .268   0    4   D'Angelo Jimenez 2B     .206   0    3   
    So Taguchi RF           .370   1    7   Ken Griffey Jr CF       .244   1    9   
    Albert Pujols 1B        .330   6   19   Sean Casey 1B           .286   1    8   
    Reggie Sanders LF       .210   5   10   Wily Mo Pena RF         .341   6   12   
    Jim Edmonds CF          .271   5   15   Adam Dunn LF            .276   6   15   
    Mark Grudzielanek 2B    .329   1    8   Joe Randa 3B            .268   4   15   
    John Mabry 3B           .200   0    0   Rich Aurilia SS         .211   2    9   
    Yadier Molina C         .162   0    3   Jason Larue C           .224   0    4   
    Chris Carpenter RHP     .000   0    0   Eric Milton LHP         .000   0    0   
    (4-1, 4.01)                             (2-2, 6.75)                             
                                                                  6:34 PM ET
    What if this wasn't a rhetorical question?

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    I think I'm going to get whiplash going back and forth.
    "But I do know Joey's sister indirectly (or foster sister) and I have heard stories of Joey being into shopping, designer wear, fancy coffees, and pedicures."

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    Probably not as bad as the Whiplash Kellon Winslow II has right now.

    Hopefully Milton can earn back some self-respect after his debacle last week.

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by Aronchis
    Probably not as bad as the Whiplash Kellon Winslow II has right now.
    Yeah, I heard about this through some Brown's fans on the floor. Can't say I was a fan of Winslow, but I do feel for him with the bad luck he's encountered, if you want to call driving a motorcycle through a parking lot at 35 mph bad luck.

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by Caseyfan21
    Yeah, I heard about this through some Brown's fans on the floor. Can't say I was a fan of Winslow, but I do feel for him with the bad luck he's encountered, if you want to call driving a motorcycle through a parking lot at 35 mph bad luck.
    Having a helmet on - BUT NOT STRAPPED! - has to be the bonehead play-of-the-day.

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by Raisor
    I think I'm going to get whiplash going back and forth.
    My head hurts.

    Come on Milton..just one good game.
    Go Gators!

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    Stickied.

    Not that we had to worry about it falling off the first page.
    What if this wasn't a rhetorical question?

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by paintmered
    Stickied.

    Not that we had to worry about it falling off the first page.
    Thanks for lineups too. GO REDS!

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    Pena back in and hopefully Jimenez breaks out of his funk and Milton doesnt give up the long ball

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    Hopefully Milton came ready to pitch today. I also hope he took Mileys advice and pitches inside.

    Also I think having 2 game threads is not going to help with bandwith.


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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    Hey everyone. Looking forward to a good game tonight, although I wish Freel were in the lineup. He is (4-11) against Carpenter lifetime, and Jimenez hasn't hit well batting as a lefty this year.

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    On the Cardinals Fox Sports channel they interviewed some Reds about the horrid Milwaukee series. Adam Dunn said that the past 4-5 years the Reds have dominated early, and hopefully this year's scuffles will provide some reverse pyschology. Sean Casey just said it was in the past and that the Reds play well at home and are looking to win today. Jason LaRue said basically the same thing as Casey except that they should have won a few of the games on the road trip.

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    This game comes down to Eric Milton and Eric Milton alone(ignore Don Eric if he is saying his "advice" ). If he is going to continue the pitching trend, the Reds have no shot this game without a big offensive effort. Somebody has to stand up, throw up 7-8 innings and make a example to the rest of the downtrodden group.


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