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Thread: Reds/Cubs 9/14/2004 Aurilia 4th again!

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    Re: Reds/Cubs 9/14/2004 Aurilia 4th again!

    They fall behind 2-0 to LaRue and just put him on

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    Re: Reds/Cubs 9/14/2004 Aurilia 4th again!

    Quote Originally Posted by WVRedsFan
    Pena K's.

    BTW, that strong fan base is mostly gone.
    ....a close game too.

    Wow. What fans -- I wouldn't leave a game like this

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    Re: Reds/Cubs 9/14/2004 Aurilia 4th again!

    Coffey Ks swinging, 7-4 Reds middle of 11

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    Re: Reds/Cubs 9/14/2004 Aurilia 4th again!

    Quote Originally Posted by WVRedsFan
    Pena K's.

    Is it just me or are the lights in Wrigley pitiful. How do they play night games there?

    BTW, that strong fan base is mostly gone.
    Earlier tonight the Comcast announcers were saying that there were more folks on the rooftops across the street than there were in the stands.

    I'd say that's accurate. Amazing what happens when lovable losers are just losers.
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    Re: Reds/Cubs 9/14/2004 Aurilia 4th again!

    Anyone but me think that Coffey won't last the 11th inning?
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    Re: Reds/Cubs 9/14/2004 Aurilia 4th again!

    Maybe the Cubs fans had to go to work, since apparantly none of them work during the day....

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    Re: Reds/Cubs 9/14/2004 Aurilia 4th again!

    Coffey will be fine

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    Re: Reds/Cubs 9/14/2004 Aurilia 4th again!

    Leadoff walk to Blanco

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    Re: Reds/Cubs 9/14/2004 Aurilia 4th again!

    Walks the leadoff man. Are you sure?
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    Re: Reds/Cubs 9/14/2004 Aurilia 4th again!

    Fine for the cubs?
    Go Gators!

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    Re: Reds/Cubs 9/14/2004 Aurilia 4th again!

    Quote Originally Posted by WVRedsFan
    Anyone but me think that Coffey won't last the 11th inning?
    Coffey just threw a 4-seam fastball at 94 MPH and struck the first hitter out on a 93-MPH cut fastball that the ump didn't like.

    This umpire is a pile. He's called the low strike all night but only Cub pitchers have either corner.
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    Re: Reds/Cubs 9/14/2004 Aurilia 4th again!

    Murton bounces to Casey who just takes it to the bag, 1 out

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    Re: Reds/Cubs 9/14/2004 Aurilia 4th again!

    Perez grounds to second, 2 out

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    Re: Reds/Cubs 9/14/2004 Aurilia 4th again!

    Quote Originally Posted by SteelSD
    Coffey just threw a 4-seam fastball at 94 MPH and struck the first hitter out on a 93-MPH cut fastball that the ump didn't like.

    This umpire is a pile. He's called the low strike all night but only Cub pitchers have either corner.
    Cubs probably paid him to give them a better strike zone.

    Not working too well...

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    Re: Reds/Cubs 9/14/2004 Aurilia 4th again!

    Quote Originally Posted by Matt700wlw
    Maybe the Cubs fans had to go to work, since apparantly none of them work during the day....
    Matt, remember who you're talking about. These are Cubs fans, they don't have jobs.
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    Chip is right


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