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    7-29-2006 Reds vs. Brewers

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    1. Royce Clayton SS
    2. Adam Dunn LF
    3. Ken Griffey, Jr. CF
    4. Rich Aurilia 3B
    5. Scott Hatteberg 1B
    6. Brandon Phillips 2B
    7. David Ross C
    8. Chris Denorfia RF
    9. Justin Germano P

    Brewers
    1. Brady Clark CF
    2. Tony Graffanino 2B
    3. Prince Fielder 1B
    4. Kevin Mench LF
    5. Geoff Jenkins RF
    6. David Bell 3B
    7. Bill Hall SS
    8. Mike Rivera C
    9. Doug Davis P
    Clayton in the leadoff spot....fire away.
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    Re: 7-29-2006 Reds vs. Brewers

    Lineup construction usually doesn't fire me up that much, but Royce Clayton leading off is a bit odd.

    Hopefully Freel isn't hurt worse than we thought.
    This is the time. The real Reds organization is back.

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    Re: 7-29-2006 Reds vs. Brewers

    wow. i have supported narron all year. i am off the bandwagon. the guy is a bad, bad manager. this is unspeakably unacceptable.

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    Re: 7-29-2006 Reds vs. Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by top6
    wow. i have supported narron all year. i am off the bandwagon. the guy is a bad, bad manager. this is unspeakably unacceptable.
    Something tells me you weren't strong in your support.

    It's not a good lineup, but we can win with it.
    This is the time. The real Reds organization is back.

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    Re: 7-29-2006 Reds vs. Brewers

    Well, with Dunn behind him Clayton will definitely get pitches to hit, time to see if he can prove it to Jerry.
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    Re: 7-29-2006 Reds vs. Brewers

    I think he's trying to take some pressure off Denofria.
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    Re: 7-29-2006 Reds vs. Brewers

    Now EdE doesn't get to start against the lefty.

    Fan-freakin-tastic.
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    Re: 7-29-2006 Reds vs. Brewers

    Ok, I keep looking for some comfort in the lineup, but it really is just bad. I understand not wanting to put more pressure on Deno or Phillips by putting them leadoff, but I would think Hattie would be a better option than rolls.
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    Re: 7-29-2006 Reds vs. Brewers

    I'll say it first...

    Where' EE?

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    Re: 7-29-2006 Reds vs. Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by Matt700wlw
    I'll say it first...

    Where' EE?
    What - am I invisible? See two posts north of you......
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    Re: 7-29-2006 Reds vs. Brewers

    Does Narron just pick these lineups out of a hat? More specifically, Rich Aurilia's hat?

    Also, you just knew that as soon as Royce freaking Clayton was included in that trade that "Baseball Guy" would be running his dessicated corpse out there every damned day to donate four outs to the other team.

    Today, he probably gets to make five.
    Last edited by dsmith421; 07-29-2006 at 06:15 PM.

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    Re: 7-29-2006 Reds vs. Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by Puffy
    What - am I invisible? See two posts north of you......

    Who said that?

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    Re: 7-29-2006 Reds vs. Brewers

    Deno 8th is almost as bad as Clayton 1st. Protect the young kids, 8th is a tough spot and Ross should be in it.


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    Re: 7-29-2006 Reds vs. Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by Puffy
    Now EdE doesn't get to start against the lefty.

    Fan-freakin-tastic.
    That is because Hat is:

    AB H HR OBP SLG AVG
    15 5 1 .533 .353 .333

    vs Davis (career)

    even though he is:

    AB H HR OBP SLG AVG
    52 13 1 .359 .404 .250

    vs lefties this year

    ...and of course we know Richie never gets a day off vs lefties even when he has poor splits. Can anyone say hypocritical? ...or at least maddingly inconsistent decision making?

    Aurilia:

    Ab H HR OBP SLG AVG
    19 3 1 .316 .273 .158

    vs Davis (career)

    AB H HR OBP SLG AVG
    97 35 9 .423 .753 .361

    vs LHP
    Last edited by PickOff; 07-29-2006 at 06:31 PM.
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    Re: 7-29-2006 Reds vs. Brewers

    Here's to Germano!


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