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    Everyday Eddie G. reminds me of........

    Danny Graves....always makes it interesting.

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    Re: Everyday Eddie G. reminds me of........

    He's been very good as a Red thus far, he's nothing like Graves.
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    Re: Everyday Eddie G. reminds me of........

    Graves was decent for a while for the Reds....

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    Re: Everyday Eddie G. reminds me of........

    He has a nagging injury but Narron runs him out to the mound instead of Shack, awesome!
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    Re: Everyday Eddie G. reminds me of........

    Quote Originally Posted by buckscout
    Danny Graves....always makes it interesting.
    Let's not go TOO far, bud.

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    Re: Everyday Eddie G. reminds me of........

    unfortunately I think Eddy has ran out of gas. I love his fire but I don't think he has the stuff. The Reds really need a legitamate closer and that will ultimately be their downfall.

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    Re: Everyday Eddie G. reminds me of........

    Quote Originally Posted by redlegs2370
    unfortunately I think Eddy has ran out of gas. I love his fire but I don't think he has the stuff. The Reds really need a legitamate closer and that will ultimately be their downfall.
    Way too many of our pitchers are running out of gas. Guardado, Majic, EZ, Arroyo, Mercker (DL)....the list seems endless.
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    Re: Everyday Eddie G. reminds me of........

    Quote Originally Posted by Chainer
    Let's not go TOO far, bud.
    I know, but Eddie always at least gives up a hit, or at least it seems that way. I dont know his actual stats. Danny Graves used to do the same stuff, go out there and give up a hit, walk, stolen base, then a double play to end the game.

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    Re: Everyday Eddie G. reminds me of........

    Quote Originally Posted by buckscout
    I know, but Eddie always at least gives up a hit, or at least it seems that way. I dont know his actual stats. Danny Graves used to do the same stuff, go out there and give up a hit, walk, stolen base, then a double play to end the game.
    Eddie is streaky....he will go and close out 3-4 games and not give up a hit, or he will do like he has the last few nights.

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    Re: Everyday Eddie G. reminds me of........

    In defense of Eddie, he had some shoddy defensive play behind him this weekend that contributed to the blown saves.

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    Re: Everyday Eddie G. reminds me of........

    Good thing Monday is an off day. I think with his arm now, he will do better on a day rest.

    It is worth noting that he didn't give up an earned run in either of the 'blown save' games. Today gave up three hits tho, but the EE error kept him from squeaking by.

    We can't make EveryOtherDay Eddie get four outs every day...
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    Re: Everyday Eddie G. reminds me of........

    From what I've seen Eddie either has his good stuff or not. If he is good then I feel confident, but if he comes in missing his spots and looks tight then the game will definately be interesting. I don't think he is anything like graves. Graves made the game interesting for the other team and drove reds fans to drinking. Graves is the sole reason that the stadium should have been serving beer after the 7th inning.

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    Re: Everyday Eddie G. reminds me of........

    Geez...give the guy a break. He was throwing 83 MPH tonight. He even said before the game he was on fumes. He should not have been out there. Not to mention he has a slight injury. The guy is a gamer.
    It's absolutely pathetic that people can't have an opinion from actually watching games and supplementing that with stats. If you voice an opinion that doesn't fit into a black/white box you will get completely misrepresented and basically called a tobacco chewing traditionalist...
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    Re: Everyday Eddie G. reminds me of........

    i love this guy he pumps up the team after the game and probably pumps up the whole locker room which is why we are so good and have so much chemistry this year

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    Re: Everyday Eddie G. reminds me of........

    Yea....9 for 10 for saves (or something like that)...totally like Graves at the end.

    But I hear where you are comming from. But Graves problems were of his own making where Eddies are mostly the result of defense mistakes. EE doesn't muff the play tonight and the game is over in the bottom of the 9th.

    I was at the game on August 4th where he had the bases loaded in the top of the 9th with either 1 or 0 outs. He got us out of that jam but that was definatley INTERESTING to say the least.
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