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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    How's Milton's location tonight? I'm not getting the feed (ESPN is broadcasting Mets/Phillies instead).
    That hit was plenty fair. Atleast by a quarter of an inch.
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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    Did someone say the game's on ESPN?

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by CincyRedsFan30
    Milton continues to get the ball down...

    Mabry:
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    Strike(looking)
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    I think they told him they were going to start charging him for all the baseballs that go flying out of the stadium.
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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    Molina:
    Strike(swinging)
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    Popout. 0-0, Mid. 2nd.

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    Molina comes into this game with a .388 OPS..which means he will have atleast 1 walk extra-basehit tonight.
    I miss Adam Dunn.

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    Milton seems to be doing a better job keeping the ball down tonight, something that is badly needed among this staff to cut down Johnsons.

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by Oxilon
    How's Milton's location tonight? I'm not getting the feed (ESPN is broadcasting Mets/Phillies instead).
    Good location so far(for the most part). He is changing speeds, moving pitches around and keeping the ball down.

    And the game is on ESPN for some.

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    Miltons keeping the ball down, and it looks like on some of the balls he thrown that hes just missing the zone.

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    Dunn:
    Strike(looking)
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    Flyout to the track. 1 out. WAY up in the air.

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by CincyRedsFan30
    Good location so far(for the most part). He is changing speeds, moving pitches around and keeping the ball down.
    The law of averages have to catch up with Milton at some point..how bout tonite???

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    Randa:
    Lineout to Carpenter. 2 outs.

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    Dunn hits a fly to right that bounces off a 747 before coming down

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    So, any chance the Reds' "Big Three" of Wilson, Milton and Ortiz are going to get it turned around soon? I'm sure I'm not alone in thinking the Reds were making a major upgrade to the rotation with the off-season moves. Obviously, not much yet. I'd like to see Wilson's ERA for the first five innings and his ERA thereafter, too. He just hits a wall in the sixth.

    Milton has obviously been a disaster (crossing my fingers about tonight), and Ortiz has been hurt, but it's still early.

    One thing's for sure: they'd better get it together soon, because this homestand could make or break the Reds.

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by Sawed Off
    Dunn hits a fly to right that bounces off a 747 before coming down
    That thing was launched. I think Taguchi was looking for exhaust trails to track its path

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    Re: 5/2/05 Cardinals @ Reds

    Wilson has pitched well enough this year, the bullpen has just blown leads for him.


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