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    Chicago Wind (4.12.06)

    The weather forecast calls for winds coming out of the WNW at about 15 to 20 mph. That means the wind is going to be heading out of right field again, which means more power to our left handers. Hopefully Claussen will keep his pitches down, especially to D.Lee.
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    Re: Chicago Wind (4.12.06)

    Man i'd love to see Dunn get #5, even if its a wind aided pop-fly to right!

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    Re: Chicago Wind (4.12.06)

    I am about 10 minutes from Wrigley at my dads house right now, and it is blowing HARD.

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    Re: Chicago Wind (4.12.06)

    once again, it favors us. I like our chances against maddux today.

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    Re: Chicago Wind (4.12.06)

    Sure hope Aramis Ramirez stays out of the lineup today. With him out, the only real homerun threat is Derrek Lee. Much easier to deal with one than two.
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    Re: Chicago Wind (4.12.06)

    Quote Originally Posted by redsfan30
    Sure hope Aramis Ramirez stays out of the lineup today. With him out, the only real homerun threat is Derrek Lee. Much easier to deal with one than two.
    With our pitching and the wind blowing out everyone is a threat - even Neffi Perez.
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    Re: Chicago Wind (4.12.06)

    Sure hope Aramis Ramirez stays out of the lineup today. With him out, the only real homerun threat is Derrek Lee. Much easier to deal with one than two.
    No Ramirez helps, but Murton and Barrett are also dangerous. Today's game is a good test for Claussen.
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