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    Re: 09.04.06 Labor Day Game Thread: Giants @ Reds

    Junior has a Dislocated Toe.. ouch! Listed Day-to-Day.. Now our line should look like this:

    Ryan Freel CF
    Scott Hatteberg 1B
    Edwin Encarnacion 3B
    Adam Dunn LF
    Rich Aurilia SS
    David Ross C
    Todd Hollandsworth RF
    Brandon Phillips 2B

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    Re: 09.04.06 Labor Day Game Thread: Giants @ Reds

    i just can't believe that 10 short days ago, we were tied for first place...

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    Re: 09.04.06 Labor Day Game Thread: Giants @ Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by RedLegSuperStar View Post
    Junior has a Dislocated Toe.. ouch! Listed Day-to-Day.. Now our line should look like this:

    Ryan Freel CF
    Scott Hatteberg 1B
    Edwin Encarnacion 3B
    Adam Dunn LF
    Rich Aurilia SS
    David Ross C
    Todd Hollandsworth RF
    Brandon Phillips 2B
    please, not hollandsworth...i'd rather see deno...

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    Re: 09.04.06 Labor Day Game Thread: Giants @ Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by RedFanAlways1966 View Post
    IIRC... the last time a REDS pitcher threw one "near" Barry, it cost that pitcher a 5-game suspension. His name was Scott Sullivan.
    Which means they haven't played agressively in what five years? I really think that if the organization is going to go with this group of players, they need a hot head as manager.
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    Re: 09.04.06 Labor Day Game Thread: Giants @ Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by Red in Chicago View Post
    please, not hollandsworth...i'd rather see deno...
    me too.. me too..

    but Narron likes his players aged

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    Re: 09.04.06 Labor Day Game Thread: Giants @ Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by RedLegSuperStar View Post
    Junior has a Dislocated Toe.. ouch! Listed Day-to-Day.. Now our line should look like this:

    Ryan Freel CF
    Scott Hatteberg 1B
    Edwin Encarnacion 3B
    Adam Dunn LF
    Rich Aurilia SS
    David Ross C
    Todd Hollandsworth RF
    Brandon Phillips 2B
    I prefer Deno over Hollandsworth even if the pitcher is RH.

    Aurilia 3 for 25 vs Morris, play Olmedo or Castro.
    LaRue 10 for 29 vs Morris
    Phillips is slumping. Try Harris.

    Season is over. Let some of the kids play.
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    Re: 09.04.06 Labor Day Game Thread: Giants @ Reds

    Tomorrow I'd go with:

    Freel
    Deno
    Hatteberg
    Dunn
    Encarnacion
    Valentin
    Phillips or Harris
    Olmedo
    Arroyo

    Shake it up. Yeah Bronson can learn to pitch to someone other than Ross, too.
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    Re: 09.04.06 Labor Day Game Thread: Giants @ Reds

    quick question is aurilia signed for next year? I say let him sit if not. EDE can use the break, check to see if Harris is a backup for Ede and if Rey-rey can be a decent 2B/SS fill in. Another question, what's the point of having schoenweis if you don't use him? I ask you Jerry?
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    Re: 09.04.06 Labor Day Game Thread: Giants @ Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by oneupper View Post
    I prefer Deno over Hollandsworth even if the pitcher is RH.

    Aurilia 3 for 25 vs Morris, play Olmedo or Castro.
    LaRue 10 for 29 vs Morris
    Phillips is slumping. Try Harris.

    Season is over. Let some of the kids play.
    Sad thing is the Kids will play harder.. try this:

    Freel CF
    Denorfia RF
    Dunn LF
    Encarnacion 3B
    Hatteberg 1B
    Ross C
    Phillips SS
    Harris 2B

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    Re: 09.04.06 Labor Day Game Thread: Giants @ Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by RedLegSuperStar View Post
    Sad thing is the Kids will play harder.. try this:

    Freel CF
    Denorfia RF
    Dunn LF
    Encarnacion 3B
    Hatteberg 1B
    Ross C
    Phillips SS
    Harris 2B
    That would work for me, too.
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    Re: 09.04.06 Labor Day Game Thread: Giants @ Reds

    This, folks, is offically the day the music died.
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    Re: 09.04.06 Labor Day Game Thread: Giants @ Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by Centralchamps05 View Post
    Which means they haven't played agressively in what five years? I really think that if the organization is going to go with this group of players, they need a hot head as manager.
    I've been saying this all season. We could of gotten Lealand(sp?). He just wanted back into baseball...any team.
    Not this year...maybe a Wild Card

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    Re: 09.04.06 Labor Day Game Thread: Giants @ Reds

    If this team completely lays down in September and does not finish at .500 how can John Allen keep Narron?
    Not this year...maybe a Wild Card

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    Re: 09.04.06 Labor Day Game Thread: Giants @ Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by George Foster View Post
    If this team completely lays down in September and does not finish at .500 how can John Allen keep Narron?
    Let's hope John Allen has no say---its utimately Krivsky's decision.

    Let's see the offense without Jr. They seem to play a little better when he's not in there.
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    Re: 09.04.06 Labor Day Game Thread: Giants @ Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigLebowski View Post
    This, folks, is offically the day the music died.
    No doubt. Two under .500 and slipping proves whatever plan that the brain trust had, it didn't work. In fact it fell on its face. Defend them all you want, but he main goal is winning and we're not doing that and with the present slide, we could drop far down in the standings. As usual. All the many moves did nothing to put this team over the top. It's really depressing right now.

    Seeing Bonds hit that HR (which was really uncalled for. In that situation, you do not give him the chance to hurt you) and Griffey having another freak injury was just too much.

    I'll follow the Reds until I'm in the grave, but this fan is totally disappointed with our owner, manager, GM, and a lot of the players. Sad, but true. This season, regardless of talent level, could have been really special. It's turned into a nightmare.
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