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    Reds run production 5 per game before ASB, now around 3.7

    Wonder if anything happened around that time that would explain the decrease in run production?

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    Re: Reds run production 5 per game before ASB, now around 3.7

    Wow that's the first time I've seen anyone point that out.

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    Re: Reds run production 5 per game before ASB, now around 3.7

    Quote Originally Posted by GOREDSGO32
    Wonder if anything happened around that time that would explain the decrease in run production?
    How do you explain the slumps the offense got into prior to the trade?


    I'm hoping that's all this is. Time will tell, as it does with any trade.
    Last edited by Matt700wlw; 08-04-2006 at 05:24 PM.

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    Re: Reds run production 5 per game before ASB, now around 3.7

    The Reds never had offensive slumps this season... nah... never.

    http://www.redszone.com/forums/showthread.php?t=46636

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    Re: Reds run production 5 per game before ASB, now around 3.7

    The fact remains that we probably have THE streakiest offense in the majors.....when you have guys that strike out so much in Dunn, Jr., and (insert catcher not named David Ross), slumps like this one where we can't seem to score a run will happen.

    That's why Krivsky has done a good job in getting the Hattebergs and Phillips' of the world to try to cut down on these slumps.......
    This will not change until the Reds win the World Series.......

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    Re: Reds run production 5 per game before ASB, now around 3.7

    and (insert catcher not named David Ross),
    Psst... Ross strikes out more then the other two.

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    Re: Reds run production 5 per game before ASB, now around 3.7

    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou
    Psst... Ross strikes out more then the other two.
    More than Valentin, less than LaRue.

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    Re: Reds run production 5 per game before ASB, now around 3.7

    Quote Originally Posted by CTA513
    More than Valentin, less than LaRue.

    not based on their career numbers.
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    Re: Reds run production 5 per game before ASB, now around 3.7

    Quote Originally Posted by CTA513
    More than Valentin, less than LaRue.
    If we want to split hairs LaRue is at 3.84 ab's per K and Ross 3.82, for their careers Ross is at 3.26 and LaRue is at 3.45.

    However LaRue did lead the NL last year on the amount of pitches swung at and missed (24%)

    Either way they both K often.

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    Re: Reds run production 5 per game before ASB, now around 3.7

    Quote Originally Posted by pedro
    not based on their career numbers.
    Neither guy is around their career numbers this year.

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    Re: Reds run production 5 per game before ASB, now around 3.7

    EE has got to start getting in the lineup more. He produced before he got hurt and he will produce again if given the chance. He will also get better defensively. Getting him in the game as well as Jr. getting out of his slump could be the tell tell sign
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