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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    Quote Originally Posted by Redlegs23
    The one that should've been caught was still hit pretty hard. Regardless, Milty gets out of the inning. Nice job.
    Your right but hey dont good pitchers get lucky even when getting hard??
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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    Milton looked fine in the first inning. Put the blame where it belongs, on that immatation of an outfielder we have in Left field

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAS
    Milton looked fine in the first inning. Put the blame where it belongs, on that immatation of an outfielder we have in Left field
    Agreed. Nice play by Rolen to get Edwin, and then a nice double by the Hat.

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    Top 2ND B:2 S:1 O:1
    Edwin Encarnacion grounds out, third baseman Scott Rolen to first baseman Jim Edmonds.
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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    Nice shot Phillips! Chris Carpenter who?

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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    Got our hitting sticks out tonight. Hopefully our defense plays well and Milton pitches well.

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    Way to go Ross! That guy has to be our #1 catcher until he cools.

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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    Ross' turn to get a RBI

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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    I'm Loving this.
    The Hunt for a Reds October.

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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    Now this is fun to watch - everyone hits!
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    Top 2ND B:0 S:0 O:1
    Scott Hatteberg doubles (11) on a line drive to left fielder Hector Luna.

    Top 2ND B:0 S:1 O:1
    Brandon Phillips doubles (8) on a line drive to left fielder Hector Luna. Scott Hatteberg scores.

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    David Ross singles on a line drive to center fielder So Taguchi. Brandon Phillips scores.
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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    Top 2ND B:0 S:3 O:2
    Eric Milton strikes out swinging.
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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    Great start against a very good pitcher. Hope we can keep it up and maybe get Carpenter out of the game early on.

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    Ryan Freel grounds into a force out, pitcher Chris Carpenter to shortstop David Eckstein to second baseman Aaron Miles. David Ross out at 2nd.
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    Re: Redlegs vs Redbirds 6-6-6

    My MLB.tv feed of the Cardinals broadcast is squished in, making everyone look tall and skinny. I feel right at home. Anyone else?
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