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Thread: Memorial Day Melee, Reds vs Astros 5-30-05

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    Re: Memorial Day Melee, Reds vs Astros 5-30-05

    Quote Originally Posted by RosieRed
    Did I just hear Lancaster say that Miley was talking about moving Felipe to 2B???? Please tell me I did not hear that.

    SWEET FANCY MOSES!

    Miley really really really has to go, or Aurilia has to go so Miley isn't tempted in using him.
    "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: Memorial Day Melee, Reds vs Astros 5-30-05

    Great - pitcher up with bases loaded. Weve seen this before

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    Re: Memorial Day Melee, Reds vs Astros 5-30-05

    The Astros announcers are talking about how that K by Clemens was better than a DP ball there.

    It's been a joy to listen to these guys so far today.
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    Re: Memorial Day Melee, Reds vs Astros 5-30-05

    Well, at least Aaron didn't let the pitcher hurt him. Roger Ks, bases loaded with two outs now.
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    Re: Memorial Day Melee, Reds vs Astros 5-30-05

    'stros announcer letting everyone know that a K is better then a DP.

    Marty should be taking notes, but I'm guessing he's too busy talking about his golf game.
    "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: Memorial Day Melee, Reds vs Astros 5-30-05

    Rich Aurilia is the bane of my existence. (Along with Eric Milton, of course.)
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    Re: Memorial Day Melee, Reds vs Astros 5-30-05

    Quote Originally Posted by SteelSD
    The Astros announcers are talking about how that K by Clemens was better than a DP ball there.

    It's been a joy to listen to these guys so far today.
    Grande and Welsh and Marty are dead to me now.
    "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: Memorial Day Melee, Reds vs Astros 5-30-05

    Quote Originally Posted by SteelSD
    The Astros announcers are talking about how that K by Clemens was better than a DP ball there.

    It's been a joy to listen to these guys so far today.
    I agree. These guys are great compared to George Grande.

    Of course, silence is great compared to Grande, too.
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    Re: Memorial Day Melee, Reds vs Astros 5-30-05

    Good job by Harang to get out of that jam. Whew!

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    Re: Memorial Day Melee, Reds vs Astros 5-30-05

    Nice job, teh new hotness.
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    Re: Memorial Day Melee, Reds vs Astros 5-30-05

    Quote Originally Posted by Falls City Beer
    Harang loses concentration against a judy lineup. Following Reds pitching M.O. to the letter. The ghost of Danny Graves.
    Oh pleeeeze.
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    Re: Memorial Day Melee, Reds vs Astros 5-30-05

    Quote Originally Posted by Super_Barry11
    Rich Aurilia is the bane of my existence.
    You said it sister.

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    Re: Memorial Day Melee, Reds vs Astros 5-30-05

    I think Harang is going to get a "throwing heavy ball" rep pretty soon. Guy can crank it up to @93 MPH and blow it by a hitter when he needs to, but he just shattered Tavares' bat with that last pitch.
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    Re: Memorial Day Melee, Reds vs Astros 5-30-05

    Quote Originally Posted by Falls City Beer
    Harang loses concentration against a judy lineup. Following Reds pitching M.O. to the letter. The ghost of Danny Graves.
    He'll settle down. I see him going 7 and not giving up a run.

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    Re: Memorial Day Melee, Reds vs Astros 5-30-05

    Quote Originally Posted by SteelSD
    I think Harang is going to get a "throwing heavy ball" rep pretty soon. Guy can crank it up to @93 MPH and blow it by a hitter when he needs to, but he just shattered Tavares' bat with that last pitch.
    Steel, out of curiosity. Does throwing a heavy ball mean anything more than just bringing heat?
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