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    Re: Hatteberg signed

    Don't forget he provides veteran leadership and knows how to win.

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    Re: Hatteberg signed

    Quote Originally Posted by ochre
    Thus Hatteberg is Krivsky's Machado?
    More the Aurilia, and only if he orders Narron to play him
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    Quote Originally Posted by KronoRed
    More the Aurilia, and only if he orders Narron to play him
    Yet Hatteberg isn't coming here demanding a starting position, nor affecting the development of a young middle infielder with more upside, that's finally "getting it" as a player. (not to state the obvious)

    I realize there's some tongues in cheeks, but take comfort in the fact that all of Redzone may one day this season (or more depending) get too watch Tony Womack, Scott Hatteburg, and Rich Aurillia bat in the same lineup on the same day...if you're lucky Timo will be added to that Sunday Special.

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    FWIW, Hatteberg will be wearing Casey's old number

    "He beefs up our roster," said Krivsky. "He is a real pro, a quality person with a great clubhouse presence. And he'll give us great at-bats. And he is going to feel some pressure because he is going to wear Sean Casey's number 21."
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    Why do they give away the numbers of popular players so quickly?
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    Re: Hatteberg signed

    Don't like that.

    I'm not saying retire 21, but don't give it to a backup the very next year.
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    Re: Hatteberg signed

    Quote Originally Posted by TeamBoone
    Why do they give away the numbers of popular players so quickly?
    not many numbers left.
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    Re: Hatteberg signed

    Hattenburg can't hurt but wow! The very fact this actually has got as many responses to his signing, speaks volumes of how bored Red's fans are or how desperate we are to catch lightning in a bottle. I personally have resolved myself to a new 5 year plan. Cheer yes, pray yes even more. But most of all i beg for a reason for optimism.

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    Re: Hatteberg signed

    I see nothing wrong with this signing. It could and should upgrade the bench.

    What scares the hell outta me is Jerry and his judgement.

    I'm growing tired of old past thier prime vet's that know how to win and do "the little things" take playing time away from younger players that deserve a fair chance.

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    Re: Hatteberg signed

    Quote Originally Posted by TeamBoone
    Why do they give away the numbers of popular players so quickly?
    2005
    Sean Casey: 27 GIDP
    Scott Hatteberg: 22 GIDP

    Slap #21 on Hatteberg and your average Reds fan won't even know Casey is gone.
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    Re: Hatteberg signed

    That's just cold dude
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    Re: Hatteberg signed

    Quote Originally Posted by Caveat Emperor
    2005
    Sean Casey: 27 GIDP
    Scott Hatteberg: 22 GIDP

    Slap #21 on Hatteberg and your average Reds fan won't even know Casey is gone.
    Especially since prior to Casey local fave Paul O'Neil had it the longest.

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    Re: Hatteberg signed

    Quote Originally Posted by KronoRed
    Don't like that.

    I'm not saying retire 21, but don't give it to a backup the very next year.
    A number is a number and that's all. It's not Sean Casey's number until it's retired. And it won't be.

    How many wore the revered #20 (Frank Robinson) in the past? I can't remember a time when a player left that someone wasn't assigned his number.
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    How many wore the revered #20 (Frank Robinson) in the past? I can't remember a time when a player left that someone wasn't assigned his number.
    Dick Simpson got it the year after he left, Stynes and Branson were the last to wear it and the most famous since he left was Geronimo.

    Deion wore 21 before Casey.

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    Re: Hatteberg signed

    Quote Originally Posted by WVRedsFan
    I can't remember a time when a player left that someone wasn't assigned his number.
    Oh, I dunno...it's been awhile since I've seen someone take the field in #14 for the Reds.
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