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    Game #162-Cincinnati vs St. Louis, Final game at Busch Stadium

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    CINCINNATI AT ST LOUIS -- LINEUPS
    
    CINCINNATI                              ST LOUIS                              
                             AVG  HR  RBI                            AVG  HR  RBI   
    Ryan Freel LF           .274   4   21   David Eckstein SS       .294   8   60   
    Felipe Lopez SS         .292  22   84   So Taguchi CF           .288   8   52   
    Adam Dunn 1B            .247  39  100   Albert Pujols 1B        .330  41  117   
    Austin Kearns RF        .238  17   66   Reggie Sanders LF       .268  20   53   
    Javier Valentin C       .278  14   49   Larry Walker RF         .288  15   52   
    Edwin Encarnacion 3B    .238   9   31   Mark Grudzielanek 2B    .291   8   58   
    Chris Denorfia CF       .273   1    2   Yadier Molina C         .250   8   48   
    Aaron Holbert 2B        .208   0    1   Abraham Nunez 3B        .283   5   43   
    Brandon Claussen LHP    .075   0    0   Matt Morris RHP         .089   0    2   
    (10-10, 4.01)                           (14-10, 3.94)

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    Re: Game #162-Cincinnati vs St. Louis, Final game at Busch Stadium

    great lineup to end the season with

    *sigh*

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    Re: Game #162-Cincinnati vs St. Louis, Final game at Busch Stadium

    Reds need 3 HR"s to break the team record, Dunn needs 4 EBH's for 80, 1 HR for 40, 5 Team runs get the Reds to 820 for the 6th time since the 19th century, 10 for the 4th highest.

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    Re: Game #162-Cincinnati vs St. Louis, Final game at Busch Stadium

    Let's make this quick, fellas


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    Re: Game #162-Cincinnati vs St. Louis, Final game at Busch Stadium

    Quote Originally Posted by ghettochild
    great lineup to end the season with

    *sigh*
    LaRue went home, his wife is having a baby, Holbert is getting perhaps his last game in MLB.

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    Re: Game #162-Cincinnati vs St. Louis, Final game at Busch Stadium

    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou
    LaRue went home, his wife is having a baby
    Good for Jason, bummer for us. It would have been nice to see him get one more game in a Reds uni.

    Hopefully Dunn and Encarnacion can go yard today.

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    Re: Game #162-Cincinnati vs St. Louis, Final game at Busch Stadium

    Not a bad lineup at all

    Go Reds! ruin closing day at Busch
    Go Gators!

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    Re: Game #162-Cincinnati vs St. Louis, Final game at Busch Stadium

    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou
    LaRue went home, his wife is having a baby, Holbert is getting perhaps his last game in MLB.
    Heh. Works for me. I need the game from Valentin in my fantasy league.
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    Re: Game #162-Cincinnati vs St. Louis, Final game at Busch Stadium

    Quote Originally Posted by SteelSD
    Heh. Works for me. I need the game from Valentin in my fantasy league.
    I forgot to extend my leagues games played and never payed attention to them..... maxxed them out earlier this week... DUH!!!

    So I get nothing but Lopez and Jimmy Rollins ab's today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou
    I forgot to extend my leagues games played and never payed attention to them..... maxxed them out earlier this week... DUH!!!

    So I get nothing but Lopez and Jimmy Rollins ab's today.
    I went into last night's games down 185 points to the league leader. Figured there's no way I could catch him. Then I made up 98 points just last night and have 8 offensive games over him today and 6 Innings to burn versus his 10. I'll most likely finish in 2nd, but he's gotta be sweating as his Innings are now gone and I've got Brandon Webb going tonight.

    It'll be a lot tighter than I thought.
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    Re: Game #162-Cincinnati vs St. Louis, Final game at Busch Stadium

    BTW - it's 2-1 Reds
    Scoring has come in the 2nd inning for both teams [Cards still batting]

    T2 - Kearns doubles, Valentin doubles [Kearns scores], EE GO, Denorfia FO, Holbert singles [Valentin scores], Claussen singles, Freel KO.
    B2 - Sanders doubles, Walker KO, Grudzielanek singles [Sanders scores]
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    Re: Game #162-Cincinnati vs St. Louis, Final game at Busch Stadium

    He Did It!!

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    Re: Game #162-Cincinnati vs St. Louis, Final game at Busch Stadium

    back to back to back Lopez-Dunn-Kearns

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    Re: Game #162-Cincinnati vs St. Louis, Final game at Busch Stadium

    Back-to-back-to-back... [Lopez (23), Dunn (40) and Kearns (18) go deep] breaks the Reds team record for HRs in a season!

    5-1 Reds

    Valentin GO
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    Re: Game #162-Cincinnati vs St. Louis, Final game at Busch Stadium

    Go Gators!


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