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    Re: 3/8 Reds-Tigers Lineups

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Leader View Post
    I totally understand where you're coming from, and I agree with that last sentence, but wasn't Jr. supposed to be fully recovered like 2-3 weeks ago?
    I'm still waiting for the broken wrist to turn into a leg injury. I don't know exactly how it will migrate from one limb through the core of his body to another limb, but that seems to be the way his body works.
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    Re: 3/8 Reds-Tigers Lineups

    Quote Originally Posted by Grounds_Crew View Post
    Harang actually played REALLY well last year against the Tigers on Sunday. He kept them scoreless into the 8th I believe, and then had an error while trying to underhand a ball to first base, which allowed to runner to reach. I can't remember exactly, but I think that runner ended up being the winning run. At any rate, Harang was impressive.
    Good memory, G_C. REDS lost that May 21 game 1-0. Harang went 8IP and gave up only 5 hits. Had 9 Ks and only 1 BB. Too bad the REDS offense managed only 3 hits in the game. Oh... and that was before "the trade". A month that saw the REDS score 3 runs or less in a game 16 times out of 28 games. Did I mention it was before "the trade"?!?
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    For what it's worth, I broke my wrist on Christmas eve in 2005. It was broken in 3 places. So, I had a cast for 8 weeks. The day that I got my cast taken off, I wrapped it...and played in a basketball league. It was the first game of the league, and I didnt want to miss. I didnt have any problems, but...it was sore from time to time for several months. I guess that is to be expected. It wasn't bad enough to limit me from doing anything, but soreness was just part of the deal.

    I think he'll be fine and ready for opening day. Only time will tell though. Let's just hope for the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strikes Out Looking View Post
    Not trying to rip Jr. here, but shouldn't the organization make some kind of statement about his status. He hurt his toe late last season, they called it day to day and he started no more games. He broke his hand in the off-season, they announced he was all healed and now, March 8, he still hasn't appeared in a ST game. I, as a fan, would really like to know if he is going to play and when. The truth would be nice.
    The truth is, the less Jr. plays, the more Hamilton plays. And that's not a bad thing.

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    Re: 3/8 Reds-Tigers Lineups

    Quote Originally Posted by RedsFanInMD View Post
    According to the Cinci Enquirer, Junior and Dunn hit against Loshe in his simulated session. Narron said that Junior looked like someone who hasn't played in awhile. Meanwhile, Junior is still reporting some soreness in the wrist.
    I have a feeling this soreness is going to linger most of the season.
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    Re: 3/8 Reds-Tigers Lineups

    Quote Originally Posted by RedsFanInMD View Post
    According to the Cinci Enquirer, Junior and Dunn hit against Loshe in his simulated session. Narron said that Junior looked like someone who hasn't played in awhile. Meanwhile, Junior is still reporting some soreness in the wrist.

    Uh-oh. That's not good. I know soreness lingers after a broken bone heals but it just seems that with Griffey those injuries linger longer and longer than anyone else. Knowing that, I wouldn't be surprised if they held out Griffey until the last week of Spring Training, or maybe even into the regular season. They are not going to risk him re-injuring something early in the season.
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    Re: 3/8 Reds-Tigers Lineups

    Quote Originally Posted by RedFanAlways1966 View Post
    Good memory, G_C. REDS lost that May 21 game 1-0. Harang went 8IP and gave up only 5 hits. Had 9 Ks and only 1 BB. Too bad the REDS offense managed only 3 hits in the game. Oh... and that was before "the trade". A month that saw the REDS score 3 runs or less in a game 16 times out of 28 games. Did I mention it was before "the trade"?!?
    That was the same game we saw Adam Dunn lay down a bunt

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    Amazing thing is, as the years have passed, it got so much easier to stop obsessing about jr.'s return dates from injury.

    In the meantime, more for Hamilton, more to look forward to seeing how he can handle it. Which is fun.

    Robertson today for Detroit, right? Another lefty for him to practice against.

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    Granderson grounds back to the pitcher's mound.

    One out.

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    I don't mind giving you all some pbp, but i don't know how long I can do that today.

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    Sheffield lines out to 2b (soft liner).

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    Quote Originally Posted by cumberlandreds View Post
    I have a feeling this soreness is going to linger most of the season.
    You hit the nail on the head there.

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    Thanks ahead of time for the Play By Play.
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    Ordonez flies out to Hamilton in deep right.

    At the end of one half inning, 1-0 Tigers.

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