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    Re: The Wild Card Breakdown/Scoreboard Watch

    Arizona and St. Louis are both losing at least.

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    Re: The Wild Card Breakdown/Scoreboard Watch

    Here's the latest:

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    Team                 GB 
    Cincinnati  
    Arizona              1.0 
    Colorado            4.0 
    Los Angeles        4.0 
    Milwaukee          4.5 
    San Francisco     4.5 
    Philadelphia        4.5 
    Florida              5.0 
    Houston            5.0 
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    Re: The Wild Card Breakdown/Scoreboard Watch

    Quote Originally Posted by fearofpopvol1
    I think Milwaukee is a sleeper team.
    Yeah, I fear LA and Milwaukee the most.
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    Right now, the thing that is so frustrating is that Arizona and St. Louis are giving every oppurtunity to either one, run away with the wild card, or two, Catch up and take the division lead.

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    Re: The Wild Card Breakdown/Scoreboard Watch

    It is nice that when the Reds are losing, so is everyone else so we don't lose any ground.

    But it's soooo frustrating at the same time because they are missing alot of chances to gain ground and put some distance between themselves.
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    Having a one game lead with two games remaining against the Dodgers scares the poop out of me. We'll have to face Penny and Maddux the next two days. Penny has been getting hit pretty hard recently (which I hope continues). Maddux could be a big difference maker in this series.
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    Re: The Wild Card Breakdown/Scoreboard Watch

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Leader
    Having a one game lead with two games remaining against the Dodgers scares the poop out of me. We'll have to face Penny and Maddux the next two days. Penny has been getting hit pretty hard recently (which I hope continues). Maddux could be a big difference maker in this series.
    It's going to be a mad scramble to the finish for the Wildcard. With the up-and-down nature of all of these teams, I anticipate a lot of highs and lows (last night being a definte low). But I do think the Reds will be in it for the long haul.

    For what it's worth, NY talk radio has been down on the Mets. Some hosts/fans even debating whether they could beat Cincinnati in a first round series...

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    Quote Originally Posted by redsfan30
    It is nice that when the Reds are losing, so is everyone else so we don't lose any ground.

    But it's soooo frustrating at the same time because they are missing alot of chances to gain ground and put some distance between themselves.
    Col and Mil are playing each other now, so someone gets a W no matter what for the next days.. Although I guess the bright side is that someone is also guaranteed a L.

    We've got to step it up in this LA-StL-Atl series. This could very well be the make or break time.
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    Re: The Wild Card Breakdown/Scoreboard Watch

    Quote Originally Posted by NJReds
    It's going to be a mad scramble to the finish for the Wildcard. With the up-and-down nature of all of these teams, I anticipate a lot of highs and lows (last night being a definte low). But I do think the Reds will be in it for the long haul.

    For what it's worth, NY talk radio has been down on the Mets. Some hosts/fans even debating whether they could beat Cincinnati in a first round series...
    If Harang and Arroyo are healthy and pitching well during the final weeks and into the playoffs, then I can envision a scenario where this team wins the NL Pennant. Now that's a massive if, but if we have those two starters firing bullets in an NL playoff series, we can win the series.

    The World Series, OTOH, would be a completely different story. If we'd somehow happen to make the World Series, then the AL Pennant winner would likely beat us worse than the Yanks beat us in the 1939 World Series.
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    LA beat the Reds last night. But don't let that fool you. They and San Fran are the weakest of the bunch. That they beat the Reds last night is no great feat: Arroyo has been a punching bag for a month and the bullpen...well, you know their story. There's really no reason the Reds CAN'T win the next two games. Whether they will or not is another matter. Milwaukee, Atlanta, Florida. Keep your eyes trained on those three teams.

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    Re: The Wild Card Breakdown/Scoreboard Watch

    Quote Originally Posted by Falls City Beer
    LA beat the Reds last night. But don't let that fool you. They and San Fran are the weakest of the bunch. That they beat the Reds last night is no great feat: Arroyo has been a punching bag for a month and the bullpen...well, you know their story. There's really no reason the Reds CAN'T win the next two games. Whether they will or not is another matter. Milwaukee, Atlanta, Florida. Keep your eyes trained on those three teams.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt700wlw
    You have a man-crush on Milwaukee...
    They improved the most at the deadline. Plus they got Sheets back. What's not to like?

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    Re: The Wild Card Breakdown/Scoreboard Watch

    Quote Originally Posted by Falls City Beer
    LA beat the Reds last night. But don't let that fool you. They and San Fran are the weakest of the bunch. That they beat the Reds last night is no great feat: Arroyo has been a punching bag for a month and the bullpen...well, you know their story. There's really no reason the Reds CAN'T win the next two games. Whether they will or not is another matter. Milwaukee, Atlanta, Florida. Keep your eyes trained on those three teams.
    I agree that Mil is stronger. But if LA beats us today (and with Milton starting, they've got a chance), they'll only be 2 games back.

    I agree with you that LA isn't exactly a powerhouse, but they made some nice deadline deals. If they get a revival from Maddux, they've certainly got it in them to overtake the Reds. It's certainly not a sure thing that Maddux will rebound, but we're counting on Louse to rebound.. I think I like Maddux's odds better.

    That's another thing that disconcerns me. It appears Louse will get 3-4 starts to prove himself (my guess, not official). The guy has been horrid in the starting role this year. That's going to help everyone trying to catch us.
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    Re: The Wild Card Breakdown/Scoreboard Watch

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    Cincinnati     - - 
    Arizona        0.5 
    Colorado      3.0  
    Los Angeles  3.0  
    San Francisco  3.5  
    Philadelphia     3.5   
    Houston         4.0  
    Milwaukee      4.5  
    Atlanta          4.5  
    Florida           5.0
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