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    9-7-2005 Reds and Brewers

    For the Brewers:

    1. Clark CF
    2. Hardy SS
    3. Overbay 1B
    4. Lee LF
    5. Jenkins RF
    6. Hall 2B
    7. Helms 3B
    8. Moeller C
    9. Capuano P

    And for the Reds:

    1. Freel LF
    2. Aurilia 2B
    3. Lopez SS
    4. Dunn 1B
    5. Kearns RF
    6. Pena CF
    7. LaRue C
    8. Encarnacion 3B
    9. Milton P
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    Re: 9-7-2005 Reds and Brewers

    I forgot this was a businessperson's special.

    Last one of the year if my schedule holds true.

    Cara Capuano going for the Brew Crew.....Boy, that D-Backs-Brewer deal involving Sexson really has worked out for Milwaukee...
    Some people play baseball. Baseball plays Jay Bruce.

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    Re: 9-7-2005 Reds and Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by Heath
    Last one of the year if my schedule holds true.
    Sadly enough, yes.

    "Strickland Propane... Taste the meat, not the heat." - Hank Hill

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    Re: 9-7-2005 Reds and Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by redsfan30
    1. Freel LF
    2. Aurilia 2B
    3. Lopez SS
    4. Dunn 1B
    5. Kearns RF
    6. Pena CF
    7. LaRue C
    8. Encarnacion 3B
    9. Milton P
    Seeing the lineup without Junior makes me glad he might be around next year. Without him there's no protection for anyone in the lineup. I can't believe I'm saying this but I have to give props to O'Brian for not trading him.

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    Re: 9-7-2005 Reds and Brewers

    Screw Aurilia! Put Javy Valentin or LaRue at 1B and move Freel to 2B. I wanna see Valentin's .900 OPS in the lineup! Besides, with that IF, it would be fun seeing him try to catch all the wild throws.

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    Re: 9-7-2005 Reds and Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by RedsManRick
    Screw Aurilia! Put Javy Valentin or LaRue at 1B and move Freel to 2B. I wanna see Valentin's .900 OPS in the lineup! Besides, with that IF, it would be fun seeing him try to catch all the wild throws.
    Valentin hasn't hit lefties all year. He has only, admittedly, 28 at bats right-handed, compared to 138 left handed, and here are his numbers:

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    vs. Left  .143 .351 .357 .708 
    vs. Right   .317 .382 .597 .979
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    Re: 9-7-2005 Reds and Brewers

    I know Rich A. is not popular on this site lets give him a break. He has a good year just as good if not better than Ryan Freel. Why is Ryan Freel so popular I will give him for his hustle and his OBP but is always hurt he has a horrible throwing arm. He makes a lot of bad decisons and is horrible clutch hitter. After pitching finding a true starting sencond basemen should be the Reds top goal this off season.

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    Re: 9-7-2005 Reds and Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by nkufan
    is horrible clutch hitter.
    This year Freel

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     RISP 	  	        .306   .382    .429   .810 	 
     RISP w/2 Outs 	  	.318 	.444 	.455 	.899

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    Re: 9-7-2005 Reds and Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by RedsManRick
    Screw Aurilia! Put Javy Valentin or LaRue at 1B and move Freel to 2B. I wanna see Valentin's .900 OPS in the lineup! Besides, with that IF, it would be fun seeing him try to catch all the wild throws.
    Why so harsh on Aurilia? Do you honestly believe Valentin can outhit Aurelia.

    The hate of Aurelia never goes away!

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    Re: 9-7-2005 Reds and Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by Garrett
    Why so harsh on Aurilia? Do you honestly believe Valentin can outhit Aurelia.

    The hate of Aurelia never goes away!
    He has outhit him this year. Of course, Valentin is having a career year by far.
    And this one belongs to the Reds!!!- Hall of Famer Marty Brennaman

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    Re: 9-7-2005 Reds and Brewers

    Before Lopez's emergence, Ryan was the only guy on this club who was within a Palmer-to-Johnson distance of being a threat on the basepaths
    "It's easier to give up. I'm not a very vocal player. I lead by example. I take the attitude that I've got to go out and do it. Because of who I am, I've got to give everything I've got to come back."
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    Re: 9-7-2005 Reds and Brewers

    Clark with a HR, 1-0 Brewers.
    And this one belongs to the Reds!!!- Hall of Famer Marty Brennaman

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    Re: 9-7-2005 Reds and Brewers

    Clark homers to lead off the game, 1-0 Brewers

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    Re: 9-7-2005 Reds and Brewers

    Brady Clark homers off Milton on a 1-1 pitch.

    I must say, I'm flabbergasted.
    "It's easier to give up. I'm not a very vocal player. I lead by example. I take the attitude that I've got to go out and do it. Because of who I am, I've got to give everything I've got to come back."
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    Re: 9-7-2005 Reds and Brewers

    Looks like I'm a little late to the party.
    "It's easier to give up. I'm not a very vocal player. I lead by example. I take the attitude that I've got to go out and do it. Because of who I am, I've got to give everything I've got to come back."
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