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Thread: 9/5/05- Reds vs. Brewers - Dunn Batting 3rd

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    9/5/05- Reds vs. Brewers - Dunn Batting 3rd

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    Milwaukee Brewers  
      Name              AVG HR RBI 
     Brady Clark CF    .306 10 42 
     Rickie Weeks 2B   .246 12 35 
     Lyle Overbay 1B   .273 16 64 
     Carlos Lee LF     .267 30 100 
     Geoff Jenkins RF  .284 20 72 
     Wes Helms 3B      .300  4 22 
     Damian Miller C   .262  7 36 
     J.J. Hardy SS     .226  5 35 
     Tomo Ohka P       .119  0  0 
     
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      Name                  AVG HR RBI 
     Felipe Lopez SS       .277 19 66 
     Rich Aurilia 2B       .268 13 54 
     Adam Dunn LF          .248 35 87 
     Austin Kearns RF      .251 13 53 
     Sean Casey 1B         .321  9 53 
     Jason LaRue C         .265 11 53 
     Wily Mo Pena CF       .267 16 43 
     Edwin Encarnacion 3B  .234  5 17 
     Brandon Claussen P    .048  0  0

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    Re: 9/5/05- Reds vs. Brewers - Dunn Batting 3rd

    Dunn get's his first crack at hitting in the three hole this season.
    "...You just have a wider lens than one game."
    --Former Reds GM Wayne Krivsky, on why he didn't fly Josh Hamilton to Colorado for one game.

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    Re: 9/5/05- Reds vs. Brewers - Dunn Batting 3rd

    why is willy mo playing center and not kearns he's a circus in the outfield

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    Re: 9/5/05- Reds vs. Brewers - Dunn Batting 3rd

    Tonight will mark the first time since July 11, 2004, that Dunn has hit third in the lineup. He went 1 for 4 with a double and a walk. He scored once. The Reds won the game against the Brew Crew 9-6 at Milwaukee.
    "...You just have a wider lens than one game."
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    Re: 9/5/05- Reds vs. Brewers - Dunn Batting 3rd

    Dunn batting 3rd is nice..I was afraid it would be Casey
    Go Gators!

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    Re: 9/5/05- Reds vs. Brewers - Dunn Batting 3rd

    Quote Originally Posted by captainmorgan07
    why is willy mo playing center and not kearns he's a circus in the outfield
    Believe it or not WMP is better in CF than he is in LF or RF. He's got the best wheels out there and the ball isn't hooking or slicing like it does to RF or LF.
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    Quote Originally Posted by captainmorgan07
    why is willy mo playing center and not kearns he's a circus in the outfield
    Because Peņa is better in CF than he is at either of the corner positions.

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    CF                .986     3.08       .885
    RF                .964     1.97       .821 
    LF                .917     1.48       .724
    "...You just have a wider lens than one game."
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    Re: 9/5/05- Reds vs. Brewers - Dunn Batting 3rd

    Quote Originally Posted by Chip R
    Believe it or not WMP is better in CF than he is in LF or RF. He's got the best wheels out there and the ball isn't hooking or slicing like it does to RF or LF.
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    "...You just have a wider lens than one game."
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    Re: 9/5/05- Reds vs. Brewers - Dunn Batting 3rd

    well u all proved me wrong he does have a better fielding percentage in center

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    Re: 9/5/05- Reds vs. Brewers - Dunn Batting 3rd

    Quote Originally Posted by captainmorgan07
    well u all proved me wrong he does have a better fielding percentage in center
    Fielding percentage is a very poor guage in measuring fielding ability.

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    Re: 9/5/05- Reds vs. Brewers - Dunn Batting 3rd

    Quote Originally Posted by Reds Nd2
    Dunn get's his first crack at hitting in the three hole this season.
    that says a whole lot right there. Best offensive threat on the team has spent more time in the 7th slot than the 3rd slot.
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    Re: 9/5/05- Reds vs. Brewers - Dunn Batting 3rd

    No TV this whole homestand....

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    Re: 9/5/05- Reds vs. Brewers - Dunn Batting 3rd

    Meanwhile, its nice to know that incompetence doesn't only exist in Cincinnati. Russ Branyan, despite leading the team in OPS, in only a part time player at 3B, because he "strikes out too much".
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    Re: 9/5/05- Reds vs. Brewers - Dunn Batting 3rd

    Quote Originally Posted by ochre
    that says a whole lot right there. Best offensive threat on the team has spent more time in the 7th slot than the 3rd slot.
    The game I mentioned earlier, the one from 2004, was the only game Dunn hit in the 3rd spot that season too.

    Dunn has more AB's in the 9th spot (Pinch hits) the last two seasons than he does the 3 hole.
    "...You just have a wider lens than one game."
    --Former Reds GM Wayne Krivsky, on why he didn't fly Josh Hamilton to Colorado for one game.

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    Re: 9/5/05- Reds vs. Brewers - Dunn Batting 3rd

    Quote Originally Posted by ochre
    that says a whole lot right there. Best offensive threat on the team has spent more time in the 7th slot than the 3rd slot.
    Don't forget Griffey.


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