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    Re: 5/19/06 Reds vs. Tigers - Game Thread

    Thats where aurilia SHOULD be.

    Protection for Jr and Dunn splitting them up.. and has the bat to do it.

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    Re: 5/19/06 Reds vs. Tigers - Game Thread

    I think #2 is a great place for Dunn.
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    Re: 5/19/06 Reds vs. Tigers - Game Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by pedro
    I think #2 is a great place for Dunn.
    Too high in the lineup however in this lineup he should do damage
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    Re: 5/19/06 Reds vs. Tigers - Game Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by GridironGrace
    Too high in the lineup however in this lineup he should do damage

    He gets on base a ton, two is a great place for him.
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    Re: 5/19/06 Reds vs. Tigers - Game Thread

    You might as well bat Dunn 2nd he sure isn't producing in the RBI spots but if he ever gets going he should drop down to 4.5 or 6.GO CINCY!!!!!

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    Re: 5/19/06 Reds vs. Tigers - Game Thread

    Don't forget, Aurilia is the Reds best hitter with runners in scoring position.
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    Re: 5/19/06 Reds vs. Tigers - Game Thread

    I bet Dunn would score 140 runs if he batted #2 all year.
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    Re: 5/19/06 Reds vs. Tigers - Game Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by pedro
    I think #2 is a great place for Dunn.
    Yep I agree.

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    Re: 5/19/06 Reds vs. Tigers - Game Thread

    My only Problem with Dunn is he tries to pull the ball too much.

    Lopez on 1B unable to steal 2B and chances of Dunn GIDP go up when batting #2.

    He sucks with runners on cause he tries to pull the ball to much.

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    Let me add what i DO like about it.

    Jr is behind him and therefore he SHOULD see more to hit... Not to mention if Lopez IS ON BASE and Dunn DOES get a hit, we are gonna have runners on the corners with 0 outs and the middle of our lineup coming

    Id rather see JR hitting in the 2 hole but his speed wont allow for that.. and besides he is our BEST and most FEARED Hitter so #3 is where he SHOULD be.
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    Re: 5/19/06 Reds vs. Tigers - Game Thread

    Dunn is a very small GIDP risk because he doesn't hit many ground balls, and when he does it's to the secondbaseman, which makes it harder to turn.

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    Re: 5/19/06 Reds vs. Tigers - Game Thread

    I wouldn't worry too much about the lineup. This is AL ball (not to be confused with baseball). There are usually lots of RISP chances up and down the lineup.
    Provided, of course, we can actually get some runners ON against Bonderman (a pretty good pitcher, I've heard).
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    Re: 5/19/06 Reds vs. Tigers - Game Thread

    Odd, but oddly I like it.
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    Re: 5/19/06 Reds vs. Tigers - Game Thread

    A potential positive about Dunn hitting second is that when FeLo is on, the right side of the infield is more open with the 1B holding on Lopez.

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    Re: 5/19/06 Reds vs. Tigers - Game Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph
    A potential positive about Dunn hitting second is that when FeLo is on, the right side of the infield is more open with the 1B holding on Lopez.
    Unless the pitcher is on 1st, almost all players are held on.

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    Re: 5/19/06 Reds vs. Tigers - Game Thread

    Cards are playing KC so we better win 2 of three.
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