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    Re: 3/8/06 Reds vs the Pirates

    Reds won other SS game 3-2. Simposn beaned a guy to load the bases in the 9th and then got the next guy on a 1st pitch double play. EE with a HR. Lead off hitter Wise had a nice game. I think Williams pitched great!
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    Re: 3/8/06 Reds vs the Pirates

    03/08/2006 3:31 PM ET
    Young hurlers impressive despite loss
    Gosling, Bailey post scoreless outings against Bucs
    By Mark Sheldon / MLB.com

    Reds at the plate: Jacob Cruz broke a streak of nine in a row retired in the fourth with a double to right field. Cruz was later the third out, trying to score on a Tony Womack single to left field. Quinton McCracken and Anderson Machado each had singles in the game.

    Pirates at the plate: Second baseman Craig Stansberry snapped a scoreless tie with a three-run home run that cleared the left-field fence in the fifth. It was Stansberry's second homer this spring. It was 4-0 in the eighth when pitcher Scott Strickland's squeeze bunt scored another run.

    Reds on the mound: Seeking a spot in the Reds' rotation, Michael Gosling gave up two hits, a walk and hit a batter -- but worked three scoreless innings. Top pitching prospect Homer Bailey followed and looked impressive in his one scoreless inning. Bailey struck out one and walked one. Making his first appearance of the spring, Josh Hall surrendered Stansberry's homer. Hall was charged with three runs and three hits in one inning. Veterans Chris Hammond and Rick White each worked scoreless innings.

    Pirates on the mound: With an outside chance to earn a spot on the staff, Tom Gorzelanny pitched three scoreless innings and allowed two hits and a walk with two strikeouts. Gorzelanny retired his first nine batters in order. Marty McCleary followed with his own three scoreless innings and gave up two hits and no walks while striking out three.

    Grapefruit League records: Reds 3-5; Pirates 6-1.

    Up next: The two teams play each other again Thursday in Bradenton. First pitch is at 1:05 p.m. ET.

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    Re: 3/8/06 Reds vs the Pirates

    Code:
    PITTSBURGH (5) AT CINCINNATI (0)
    
     PITTSBURGH       AB  R  H BI  CINCINNATI       AB  R  H BI
     C Duffy cf        3  1  1  0  R Freel cf        2  0  0  0
     R Davis cf        1  0  0  0  N Hopper cf       1  0  0  0
     C Stansberry 2b   4  1  1  3  T Womack 2b       3  0  2  0
     S Casey 1b        1  0  0  0  J Bannon ss       1  0  0  0
     J Guzman ss       2  0  0  0  F Lopez ss        3  0  0  0
     C Wilson rf       5  0  0  0  J Gutierrez 1b    1  0  0  0
     J Randa 3b        3  0  1  0  A Dunn 1b         3  0  0  0
     J Alfaro 3b       1  1  0  0  A Machado 2b      1  0  0  0
     J Hernandez ss    3  0  0  0  A Kearns rf       3  0  0  0
     R Sadler lf       3  0  2  0  J LaRue c         2  0  0  0
     H Cota c          1  0  0  0  M Perez c         1  0  0  0
     P Chiaffredo c    1  0  0  1  J Cruz dh         1  0  1  0
     T Gorzelanny p    1  0  0  0  Q McCracken lf    3  0  1  0
     M McLeary p       2  1  1  0  D Wathan 3b       3  0  0  0
     S Strickland p    0  0  0  1  E Crozier rf      0  0  0  0
     D Schwartzbauer 2 1  0  0  0  R Stratton dh     2  0  0  0
     R Alvarez lf      0  1  0  0  J Castellano lf   0  0  0  0
     TOTALS           32  5  6  5  TOTALS           30  0  4  0
    
     PITTSBURGH                000 030 020 --  5
     CINCINNATI                000 000 000 --  0
    
     LOB--PITTSBURGH 9, CINCINNATI 4. 2B--J Cruz.
     HR--C Stansberry 1 (2) (off J Hall). SB--R Davis 1
     (1), J Guzman 1 (2). S--S Strickland.
                                       IP   H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR
      PITTSBURGH
     T Gorzelanny                       3   2   0   0   1   2   0
     M McLeary (W,2-0)                  3   2   0   0   0   3   0
     S Strickland (S,1)                 3   0   0   0   0   3   0
      CINCINNATI
     M Gosling                          3   2   0   0   1   1   0
     H Bailey                           1   0   0   0   1   1   0
     J Hall (L,0-1)                     1   3   3   3   0   0   1
     C Hammond                          1   0   0   0   1   0   0
     R White                            1   0   0   0   0   1   0
     D Weathers                         1   1   2   2   2   0   0
     J Journell                         1   0   0   0   1   2   0
    
     WP--M Gosling. HBP--S Casey by M Gosling, R Davis
     by R White. SO--PIT: C Stansberry 2, J Alfaro, J
     Hernandez, C Wilson. CIN: F Lopez 2, Q McCracken,
     A Dunn, A Kearns, M Perez, N Hopper, R Stratton.
     BB--PIT: H Cota 2, J Alfaro, R Sadler, J Guzman, R
     Alvarez. CIN: R Freel. T--2:38. A--2,553.

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    Re: 3/8/06 Reds vs the Pirates

    Reds pitcher hits Casey in head, but he's OK


    SARASOTA, Fla. -- Pittsburgh Pirates first baseman Sean Casey was struck in the helmet by a pitch from Cincinnati Reds left-hander Michael Gosling in the third inning of a split-squad exhibition game Wednesday.

    Casey, who had minor swelling above his right eye, lay on the ground for about 30 seconds as the crowd was silenced and Gosling covered his head while crouching in front of the mound. Casey went to first base and left the game after the inning.

    Casey faced Cincinnati for the first time since the December trade that sent him to his hometown team. He played eight years for the Reds.

    "Yeah, I thought I had some friends over here," Casey said with a laugh. "But, hey, that's baseball. It happens. The ball got away from him. That's the way it goes. You take that risk every time you get in the batter's box."

    After the inning, Casey approached Gosling to let him know he had no problem with the pitch.

    "I told him, 'It's all right,' " Casey said. "Obviously, he's coming in tight on a 2-0 pitch, and the ball just sailed on him."

    Casey received a loud ovation before his first at-bat from the crowd at Ed Smith Stadium. Before the game, he shook hands and embraced numerous fans and former teammates.

    One fan shouted out during one of his at-bats: "We love you, Sean Casey! We don't like your shirt, though!"

    "There are still mixed emotions," Casey said. "Everything I've done as a big leaguer has been with the Reds. I see those guys over there. I'm a human being. I like the guys in the Pirates' clubhouse. They've been good to me. But I developed a lot of relationships over there, too."

    It remains to be seen how long Casey will be in Pittsburgh. He can become a free agent after the season.

    Casey said Pittsburgh's recent contract extensions for outfielder Jason Bay and shortstop Jack Wilson are a sign the team has a brighter future.

    "When you see the organization signing those guys, you can see there's a commitment," he said. "There are a lot of good things happening here."
    Will trade this space for a #1 starter.

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    Re: 3/8/06 Reds vs the Pirates

    Awwww. I know it had to be done but I will for sure miss him dressed in Red.
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    Re: 3/8/06 Reds vs the Pirates

    So has anyone noticed that Tackleberry has yet to have a shutout appearence this spring. Does make you wonder how much that hand injury this winter might be affecting him?
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    Re: 3/8/06 Reds vs the Pirates

    FCB's early bullpen sleeper pick: Gosling.

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    Re: 3/8/06 Reds vs the Pirates

    Womack had 2 of our 4 hits...
    Games are won on run differential -- scoring more than your opponent. Runs are runs, scored or prevented they all count the same. Worry about scoring more and allowing fewer, not which positions contribute to which side of the equation or how "consistent" you are at your current level of performance.

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    Re: 3/8/06 Reds vs the Pirates

    Yeah, as much as I hate to say this, Woemack has put up better numbers thus far than Freel.... crap
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    Re: 3/8/06 Reds vs the Pirates

    Crap. Womack got two hits and wasn't caught stealing.

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    Re: 3/8/06 Reds vs the Pirates

    I haven't noticed that Freel's been playing very much.
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    Re: 3/8/06 Reds vs the Pirates

    Quote Originally Posted by Doc. Scott
    Crap. Womack got two hits and wasn't caught stealing.
    He's got 2nd nailed down.
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    Re: 3/8/06 Reds vs the Pirates

    As of the start if yesterday Freel has started 4 games had 11 at bats with 2 hits. However, it is early in ST and Dunn and Kearns are only just above him with Lopez one spots behind him.

    For the REDS with 10 AB or more, those ahead of Freel in order are McCracken, EE, TWo, Deno, Hatterberg, Kearns and Dunn.

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    Re: 3/8/06 Reds vs the Pirates

    Signing Wilson definitely calls for a committment - bring on the silly shirts!

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    Re: 3/8/06 Reds vs the Pirates

    Casey takes one to the head

    Ouch... can you see the ball in the upper left hand corner.... getting beaned in the noggin sucks
    Last edited by Dunner44; 03-09-2006 at 06:56 AM.
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