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    8/10/2005 Reds Trying To Sweep The Cubbies.

    Reds:
    1. Freel 2B
    2. Aurilia SS
    3. Griffey CF
    4. Pena LF
    5. Dunn 1B
    6. Kearns RF
    7. LaRue C
    8. Encarnacion 3B
    9. Milton P

    Cubs
    1. Murton LF
    2. Walker 2B
    3. Lee 1B
    4. Ramirez 3B
    5. Garciaparra SS
    6. Burnitz RF
    7. Barrett C
    8. Patterson CF
    9. Hill P
    Last edited by redsfan30; 08-10-2005 at 01:40 PM.
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    Re: 8/10/2005 Reds Trying To Sweep The Cubbies.

    That's not a bad lineup. Lopez is struggling overall and doesn't hit well RH anyway, he could probably use a day off.

    I smell lots of runs in this game. Hopefully just for the Reds.
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    Re: 8/10/2005 Reds Trying To Sweep The Cubbies.

    The power hitters are all lined up, including the latest and greatest: Larue.Pena better do something today, because he's lagging lately.

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    Re: 8/10/2005 Reds Trying To Sweep The Cubbies.

    Put LaRue back in the 2 spot and play Ray at SS

    Just Sayin
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    Re: 8/10/2005 Reds Trying To Sweep The Cubbies.

    Dunn in the 4 hole and Pena in the 5 is how I would do this lineup, but oh well. Pena is good against the lefties.
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    Re: 8/10/2005 Reds Trying To Sweep The Cubbies.

    Lopez needs the day off maybe it will rejuvenate him. I would just as soon see Olmedo play than Aurilia but in 500 years who will know the difference.
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    Re: 8/10/2005 Reds Trying To Sweep The Cubbies.

    Quote Originally Posted by pedro
    That's not a bad lineup. Lopez is struggling overall and doesn't hit well RH anyway, he could probably use a day off.

    I smell lots of runs in this game. Hopefully just for the Reds.
    Should be a lot of runs. Hill's ERA is 7.00 and Milton's is over six. But saying that it will probaby be a 1-0 game.
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    Re: 8/10/2005 Reds Trying To Sweep The Cubbies.

    Milton will give up three bombs today.

    Unless he doesn't.

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    Re: 8/10/2005 Reds Trying To Sweep The Cubbies.

    The wind is blowing from the NW at 10 MPH in Chicago according to weather.com

    Not sure if that means it's blowing in, out or sideways in Wrigley, but either way the wind shouldn't be too big of a problem today.
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    Re: 8/10/2005 Reds Trying To Sweep The Cubbies.

    Lopez needs a day off...which is fine.

    Put him in the 2 hole, and that's your lineup of the future (Larue or Valentin at catcher is fine)

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    Re: 8/10/2005 Reds Trying To Sweep The Cubbies.

    Id rather see Dunn bat 4th, but Pena hits lefties pretty good and it also breaks up the back to back left handers in the lineup.

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    Re: 8/10/2005 Reds Trying To Sweep The Cubbies.

    Quote Originally Posted by Puffy
    Milton will give up three bombs today.

    Unless he doesn't.

    That pretty much covers everything, doesn't it?

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    Re: 8/10/2005 Reds Trying To Sweep The Cubbies.

    Quote Originally Posted by redsfan30
    The wind is blowing from the NW at 10 MPH in Chicago according to weather.com

    Not sure if that means it's blowing in, out or sideways in Wrigley, but either way the wind shouldn't be too big of a problem today.
    According to game day: 11 mph In From RF

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    Re: 8/10/2005 Reds Trying To Sweep The Cubbies.

    Milton will hit 3 bombs today
    Go Gators!

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    Re: 8/10/2005 Reds Trying To Sweep The Cubbies.

    Puffy..... is cash just as good as money?

    Thanks


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