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    Re: Cardinals at Reds 9/20/05

    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou
    Chris Welsh PITCHER... laments that Lopez "slid" wrong.

    Yeah, tell me how to throw a curve Chris, but as far as baserunning... you're out of your element.
    Lopez should have taken out Molina... to leave no doubt that he was safe...
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    Re: Cardinals at Reds 9/20/05

    What's up with these horrible Reds announcers? It's almost like they want the Reds to lose and they act like homers for St Louis.

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    Re: Cardinals at Reds 9/20/05

    Quote Originally Posted by SteelSD
    Welsh and Grande have been horrible tonight.

    Dunn scores on a Valentin single. Taguchi almost throws Dunn out, Dunn misses the plate but Kearns tells him to turn around and touch it so he does. Not sure if Kearns was doing the job there as Dunn came in standing up and probably should have been sliding.

    King's gone. Pitching change.
    Now, Dunn should have taken Molina out...
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    Re: Cardinals at Reds 9/20/05

    BTW, can someone near Colorado go kneecap Woody Williams for me.

    Williams' line: 1 IP, 9 Hits, 8 ER (minus-72 points)

    To make up those 72 points, my next starting pitcher must throw a complete game shutout.
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    Re: Cardinals at Reds 9/20/05

    Bottom seven; Thompson still pitching.

    Freel 2-0, then a low pitch called for a strike. Count goes full; Freel fouls off a couple. Grounds to second; throw to first. (1 out)
    Lopez... infield base hit (pitcher couldn't get it to first in time, even though he had time).

    Ray King pitching.

    Dunn HBP on the first pitch. Runners on first and second.
    Aurilia base hit on 2-2 count.
    Lopez thrown out at home on a really close one; he looked safe to me, even on replay. (2 outs)
    Runners on first and second.
    Valentin doubles.
    Dunn scores (misses the plate because the balls coming in, but it's dropped and he has time to go back and tag).

    6-5 runners on second and third. Al Reyes pitching.

    Kearns grounds to third; throws to first for the out.

    End seven. 6-5 Reds.
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    Re: Cardinals at Reds 9/20/05

    Quote Originally Posted by RedBloodedAmerican
    What's up with these horrible Reds announcers? It's almost like they want the Reds to lose and they act like homers for St Louis.
    They have a Cardinal crush only rivaled by their Bobby Sherman and Tony DeFranco fetish that they keep to themselves.

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    Re: Cardinals at Reds 9/20/05

    George Grande has unhealthy amounts of manlove for Jim Edmonds.

    I wonder if he is a closet Cards fan. He can't stop praising them.

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    Re: Cardinals at Reds 9/20/05

    Frank Robinson trusts no one in his bullpen evidently

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    Re: Cardinals at Reds 9/20/05

    I wonder if he is a closet Cards fan. He can't stop praising them.
    Former announcer with them, and owner of a yearly pass to the Arch

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    Re: Cardinals at Reds 9/20/05

    Quote Originally Posted by pedro
    I KNOW mine won't be read.
    Are you the one from Portland who wouldn't sign their name?

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    Re: Cardinals at Reds 9/20/05

    Todd Coffey now called "One of the Reds' real bright spots this season." by Chris Welsh.

    Sometimes I think it would be more enjoyable listening to Reds baseball while non-English speaking female soccer announcers called the game and made baseball commentary.
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    Re: Cardinals at Reds 9/20/05

    Quote Originally Posted by NC Reds
    George Grande has unhealthy amounts of manlove for Jim Edmonds.

    I wonder if he is a closet Cards fan. He can't stop praising them.
    Wasn't George a Cards announcer at one time?
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    Re: Cardinals at Reds 9/20/05

    He's reading our e-mails Pedro........LMAO
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    Re: Cardinals at Reds 9/20/05

    BTW, I'm firmly convinced that George Grande knows more about the Cardinals than he does about the Reds.
    "The problem with strikeouts isn't that they hurt your team, it's that they hurt your feelings..." --Rob Neyer

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    Re: Cardinals at Reds 9/20/05

    I signed my name......see if he reads mine.
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