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Thread: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    Pitches-strikes: Milton 86-56 through 6.
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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    The REDS have a 5-20 record when scoring less than 5 runs. Two of the five wins were against the Cardinals...
    (1) Apr. 14 - 1-0, REDS. Harang over Carpenter.
    (2) May 2 - 3-2, REDS. Walkoff win on a Valentin single in 9th.

    Not to forget... 28-4 record when scoring 5 or more runs! Score more...
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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    Milton 6 IP 4 H 0 ER 0 BB 3 SO.....ERA at 4.23. Oh yeah.
    "Are you trying to say Jesus Christ can't hit a curveball?!"

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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    mild sprain for ede

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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    Wow Milton and Griffey are finally earning their salary now this year .. knock on wood.

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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    junior with the leadoff walk they dont' wanan pitch to him

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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    Does anyone know how many more innings our starters have gone compared to the same number of games last year?

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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    This is the real Griffey, and he has shown it with the Reds previously. I think that, because of his stints on the DL, it's easy to underestimate how much difference he makes when he's going well.

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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    2 Run Yaya Dunn

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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    Dunn ain't no slouch either!

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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    dunn goes yardwork
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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    dunn deep to center 5-0 reds

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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    Griffey walk... Dunn goes yard!! 5-0, REDS.
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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    Milton has been a different guy this year, Hasn't he? I guess that injury to his leg and his use of the change-up more has made an unbelievable change in his effectivenmess. I'd like to see him go all the way tonight. Good job Dunn, this kind of takes it out of reach.

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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    On cue the Cardinals announcer says "Dunn sitting on 17 HRs." ....Boom.
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