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    Reds vs. Phillies - 9/24/05 - How Long Will Milton Last?

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    NO. PHILADELPHIA   CINCINNATI 
    1. J. Rollins, SS       R. Freel, LF 
    2. J. Michaels, CF    F. Lopez, SS 
    3. B. Abreu, RF       A. Dunn, 1B 
    4. P. Burrell, LF       R. Aurilia, 2B 
    5. C. Utley, 2B       A. Kearns, RF 
    6. D. Bell, 3B         J. LaRue, C 
    7. R. Howard, 1B    W. Pena, CF 
    8. T. Pratt, C E.     Encarnacion, 3B 
    9. E. Brito, P E.      Milton, P
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    Re: Reds vs. Phillies - 9/24/05 - How Long Will Milton Last?

    Milton gets through the first allowing one hit with otherwise no damage. Abreau is in a big slump--Uncle Miltie struck him out--for the 5th straight time.

    Freel flies out. Lopez grounds out. Dunn up.
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    Re: Reds vs. Phillies - 9/24/05 - How Long Will Milton Last?

    i like this lineup

    got a guy hitting cleanup who's SLG is lower (439) than the team's average SLG (446).
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    Re: Reds vs. Phillies - 9/24/05 - How Long Will Milton Last?

    Yeah but he's got contact
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    Re: Reds vs. Phillies - 9/24/05 - How Long Will Milton Last?

    And I sit here listening to Marty scratching his head about Narron not yet being signed because it deters him from making any promises to his players for next year (i.e., Aurilia) and preaching the greatness of Rich Aurilia and how he can not for the life of himself figure out how the Reds can not possibly sign him for next year, if he wants to come back, because they should have figured out by now that Encarnacion is not ready for the bigs.

    Quite a sentence, huh?
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    Re: Reds vs. Phillies - 9/24/05 - How Long Will Milton Last?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenlord
    i like this lineup

    got a guy hitting cleanup who's SLG is lower (439) than the team's average SLG (446).
    But he does everything he's asked to do, hits well in the clutch, and doesn't change his approach no matter what position he's asked to hit in. A younger player wouldn't know how to do that.
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    Re: Reds vs. Phillies - 9/24/05 - How Long Will Milton Last?

    Same ole same ole.
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    Re: Reds vs. Phillies - 9/24/05 - How Long Will Milton Last?

    Dunn walks. Aurilia up with Dunn on first and 2 out.

    Aurilia walks. 1st and 3rd with 2 outs and Kearns up.

    Brito balks. Runners move along to 2nd and 3rd.

    Ball gets away from the catcher and the run scores. Dunn scores and the Reds lead 1-0. Aurilia goes to 3rd. The count is 3-2 on Kearns.

    No run. It was determined that Kearns was hit by the pitch after a discussion by the umpires, so the bases are loaded with Larue up.

    Brito has already thrown 26 pitches.

    Larue singles and one run scores.

    Aurilia out at plate. 1-0 Reds after 1.
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    Re: Reds vs. Phillies - 9/24/05 - How Long Will Milton Last?

    rich is so great :rollseyes:

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    Re: Reds vs. Phillies - 9/24/05 - How Long Will Milton Last?

    You guys snuk in while I thought I was all alone. Yay!
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    Re: Reds vs. Phillies - 9/24/05 - How Long Will Milton Last?

    Marty and whichever writer clone he's chatting with complaining about Kearns 244 average...nevermind he's 262/353/503 since being recalled.
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    Re: Reds vs. Phillies - 9/24/05 - How Long Will Milton Last?

    Actually, I think the writer (someone I've never heard of from the Enquirer) was sort of defending Austin. He thinks Kearns is the one who should be traded in the off season because he feels he's the best outfield defender and has lots of promise, thus they should be able to get a #3 or #2 pitcher for him. Marty would like to get rid of Pena because he said he'll never be a good defensive outfielder, even though people say he works hard, he's never seen it (or any evidence that he's getting better). The writer thinks the fans would revolt if Dunn was traded but Marty says "why wait" because he thinks Adam will walk when he's able to because "everyone knows he'd rather be in Houston".
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    Re: Reds vs. Phillies - 9/24/05 - How Long Will Milton Last?

    The Reds should have walked Rollins for the rest of the night, it would have ended his hitting streak after he went 0 for 1 in the first inning.


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    Re: Reds vs. Phillies - 9/24/05 - How Long Will Milton Last?

    John Erardi was the writer Marty was talking to. He's got a point. Kearns is the best OFer and has the most value of the guys that aren't named Griffey or Dunn. But, that said, I'd try to move Pena. Perhaps a certain GM in our nation's capital values him enough to give up an arm for him. Pena's a 1 trick pony. He has lots of power and that's it. He has speed but if he keeps getting picked off base, what good is that speed? If he got on base like Dunn or Manny that'd be a different story. Like Erardi said, he's never seen a bad OFer turn into a good OFer. They compared him to Kevin Mitchell defensively but Mitch hit for average and power so you could hide his defense in LF. Pena probably won't bring a lot but let him be some one else's project.
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    Re: Reds vs. Phillies - 9/24/05 - How Long Will Milton Last?

    Dunn finally breaks the homer drought. 3-0 Reds.
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