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    Re: 6/14/06 Don't let the Brewers sweep us Game Thread

    now that was a heck of a pitching performance from both teams

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    alot of injured guys in uniform today balfour belisle wilson

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    Re: 6/14/06 Don't let the Brewers sweep us Game Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by captainmorgan07
    now that was a heck of a pitching performance from both teams
    It seems a shame that there's no way for Ramirez to get the win. I know there isn't, but he was outstanding today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TeamBoone
    It seems a shame that there's no way for Ramirez to get the win. I know there isn't, but he was outstanding today.
    He may not have gotten the win in the stats, BUT he WON in all the fans and coaches minds and hearts. He has been pitching great his last few starts.

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    Dunn's three-run, walk-off homer beats Brewers

    Series at a glance
    Milwaukee won 2-1
    Mon 6/12 MIL 6, @CIN 5 Recap | Box Score
    Tue 6/13 MIL 6, @CIN 4 Recap | Box Score
    >Wed 6/14 @CIN 3, MIL 0 Recap | Box Score


    Scoring Summary MIL CIN
    11th A Dunn homered to right, K Griffey Jr and R Aurilia scored. 0 3

    Game Information
    Stadium: Great American Ball Park, Cincinnati, OH
    Attendance: 27,716 (65.9% full)
    Game Time: 3:13
    Temperature: 75 degrees, partly cloudy
    Wind: 8 mph
    Umpires: Home - Fieldin Culbreth, First Base - Bill Welke, Second Base - Tim Mcclelland, Third Base - Marty Foster

    Season Series
    Cincinnati leads 6-4

    CINCINNATI (AP) -- Home runs haven't been a problem for Adam Dunn lately. Making them count was another matter.

    After solo homers in each of Cincinnati's last three games -- all losses -- Dunn came through with a game-winner Wednesday, a three-run home run in the 11th inning for a 3-0 win over the Milwaukee Brewers.

    "You can't describe the feeling," Dunn said. "It's almost like it's a relief. There's so much pressure."

    The Reds' left fielder helped Cincinnati end a five-game losing streak with his 23rd homer of the season, a 458-foot shot into the right-field seats.

    In the 11th, Ken Griffey Jr. grounded a single to center with one out against Dan Kolb (2-1) and moved to second on Rich Aurilia's infield single.

    Dunn followed with his first game-ending homer of the season. He is tied with Alfonso Soriano for second in the majors in home runs, two behind Albert Pujols.

    The homer ended Cincinnati's 0-for-24 slump with runners in scoring position.

    "First of all, it was a long game, and frustrating," Dunn said. "We had opportunities, and we didn't capitalize. That's the difference between winning and losing. We're not 0-for-24 any more. We're 1-for-1."

    "If we keep getting guys on base, sooner or later, we're going to get a big hit," added manager Jerry Narron. "The big thing is to keep the line moving, and we haven't been able to do that on his homestand."

    This was the first time in almost 15 years that a scoreless tie went to extra innings in Cincinnati. The Reds lost to Montreal 1-0 on June 20, 1991.

    The Reds, who had lost seven of their previous 11 games at home, got an outstanding start from Elizardo Ramirez to salvage the finale of a three-game series.

    Ramirez, relying on a changeup he learned from former Reds All-Star Mario Soto, struck out a career-high 10 in eight sharp innings, his longest outing in the majors. The Brewers wasted a strong effort from Carlos Villanueva, who pitched six innings in his first big-league start.

    "It was unbelievable," Ramirez said. "Every inning, you had to concentrate."

    Ramirez allowed five hits and walked one. Todd Coffey followed with two innings of one-hit relief --escaping a jam in the ninth -- and Chris Hammond (1-1) pitched a hitless 11th to get the win.

    "My changeup was a good pitch," Ramirez said. "I was able to throw it to left-handers and right-handers, and I was using it when I was behind in the count."

    Villanueva, making only his second major-league appearance, gave up four hits while striking out five and walking two. His only previous game in the majors was a scoreless inning at Cincinnati on May 23.

    The Brewers' best chance to score came in the ninth. Corey Koskie led off with a double and stayed there when shortstop Felipe Lopez dropped Carlos Lee's routine grounder for an error.

    Both runners advanced on Prince Fielder's sharp one-hopper back to Coffey, who blocked the ball with the inside of his left ankle. Koskie was thrown out at the plate on Bill Hall's chopper to Aurilia at third, and Geoff Jenkins ended the threat by grounding out to first.

    "We had our opportunities," Milwaukee manager Ned Yost said. "We just didn't get the hits."

    Both starters allowed two runners each to reach second base through the first six innings, and the Brewers got one to third. Rickie Weeks was stranded at third in the third when Lee grounded out.

    Game notes
    The 1-0 game was third in the four-year history of Great American Ball Park. The first two were played in 2004, a Pittsburgh win on June 26 and a St. Louis loss on Aug. 26. ... Lopez had struck out five consecutive times over the past two games before his first-inning single. ... Seventy Cincinnati Bengals, in town for a minicamp, took pregame batting practice. ... The Reds have lost their last three home series and four of their last five. ... Cincinnati right fielder Austin Kearns got the day off and Ryan Freel, his replacement, robbed Weeks of a bid for extra bases by slamming into the fence while making a backhanded catch in the eighth.

    http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/recap?gameId=260614117
    "Enjoy this Reds fans, you are watching a legend grow up before your very eyes" ... DoogMinAmo on Adam Dunn

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    Re: 6/14/06 Don't let the Brewers sweep us Game Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by TeamBoone



    Game notes
    The 1-0 game was third in the four-year history of Great American Ball Park. The first two were played in 2004, a Pittsburgh win on June 26 and a St. Louis loss on Aug. 26. ...
    http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/recap?gameId=260614117
    What do they mean "1-0 game"?

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    Re: 6/14/06 Don't let the Brewers sweep us Game Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Sea Ray
    What do they mean "1-0 game"?
    Hmmmm, good question.
    "Enjoy this Reds fans, you are watching a legend grow up before your very eyes" ... DoogMinAmo on Adam Dunn

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    Re: 6/14/06 Don't let the Brewers sweep us Game Thread

    Looked to me like Hal McCoy wrote that...or one of his "editors".


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