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    Re: Dayton off to an 8-0 start

    Quote Originally Posted by gonelong View Post
    I'll be headed there tonight. I'll be with the In-Laws and a 3 yr old, but if I happen to get a chance to watch the game I'll report back.

    GL
    In-laws AND a 3 year old? I'd be happy to maintain my sanity, much less, actually watch the game.

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    Re: Dayton off to an 8-0 start

    Quote Originally Posted by dougdirt View Post

    I mistyped. That info was on the Dayton Dragons website.
    http://www.daytondragons.com/dbaseball/transactions/ So still an elbow and still elgible to pitch again on the 21st.

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    Re: Dayton off to an 8-0 start

    sweet i might have to check out the OU guy, seeing as how i never saw him pitch here at school
    Hey Homer! If you can put it together, you'll put the Reds over the top....think about it.

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    Re: Dayton off to an 8-0 start

    Quote Originally Posted by M2 View Post
    I'm surprised no one's brought this up yet. The Dragons are dominating the MWL.
    They're playing like a dominant team, yet only one game up on second-place Lansing! What's up with the Midwest League this year?

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    Re: Dayton off to an 8-0 start

    Good to see from the Reds of the future

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    Re: Dayton off to an 8-0 start

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    Who's that?

    I figure Big Load Logan Ondrusek (6'8"), who got his first save in Sarasota last night, has some roots in Eastern Europe. Or maybe Turkey....?
    Haha, I was thinking of Harang.
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    Re: Dayton off to an 8-0 start

    Quote Originally Posted by gonelong View Post
    I'll be headed there tonight. I'll be with the In-Laws and a 3 yr old, but if I happen to get a chance to watch the game I'll report back.

    GL
    With a 3 year old, a 125 lb wife, and a MIL in tow a nice chilly NorthEastern wind cut my night real short. We stayed for 4 innings. In between Hot Dogs, Peanuts, Soda, Pretzels, and Beer I manged to see a few ABs.

    Drew Stubbs - I saw 2 ABs last night. If I was forced to make a career prognostication on his 2 ABs last night (which I am not and I won't) I'd pass and not think twice about it. He looked dreadful in both, no plan at the plate, no feel for balls and strikes. Not what I had hoped to see out of the kid, depressing really. He DH'ed so I didn't get too see him out in the field.

    [I am going to go out of my way here to state, again, that I am not saying the kid can't be something, I only saw 2 ABs. ]

    Parker at 1B is putrid defensively. Is he the kid we drafted out of UC?

    Valiaka (sp?) at SS looked decent enough. Nothing concrete, just a general feel.

    The saving grace of the entire evening was that my 3 year old seemed to be taking in a good bit of the game, enjoyed cheering for the team, and asked a few questions about the game as it went along. I think I have a game-day buddy in the making.

    GL

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    Re: Dayton off to an 8-0 start

    Quote Originally Posted by gonelong View Post
    With a 3 year old, a 125 lb wife, and a MIL in tow a nice chilly NorthEastern wind cut my night real short. We stayed for 4 innings. In between Hot Dogs, Peanuts, Soda, Pretzels, and Beer I manged to see a few ABs.

    Drew Stubbs - I saw 2 ABs last night. If I was forced to make a career prognostication on his 2 ABs last night (which I am not and I won't) I'd pass and not think twice about it. He looked dreadful in both, no plan at the plate, no feel for balls and strikes. Not what I had hoped to see out of the kid, depressing really. He DH'ed so I didn't get too see him out in the field.

    [I am going to go out of my way here to state, again, that I am not saying the kid can't be something, I only saw 2 ABs. ]

    Parker at 1B is putrid defensively. Is he the kid we drafted out of UC?

    Valiaka (sp?) at SS looked decent enough. Nothing concrete, just a general feel.

    The saving grace of the entire evening was that my 3 year old seemed to be taking in a good bit of the game, enjoyed cheering for the team, and asked a few questions about the game as it went along. I think I have a game-day buddy in the making.

    GL
    Stubbs has to be doing something right as he went 2-4 tonight with a HR and is now hitting .375. Like you said, making a judgement on 2 at bats is not a good idea.

    Parker is the kid out of UC.

    Valaika is ridiculous right now.

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    Re: Dayton off to an 8-0 start

    Quote Originally Posted by dougdirt View Post
    Stubbs has to be doing something right as he went 2-4 tonight with a HR and is now hitting .375. Like you said, making a judgement on 2 at bats is not a good idea.
    I'll have a chance to see him a few more times this year (hopefully). I hope the kid does well, I just couldn't believe how awful he looked at the plate last evening. Nice to see him come back with a solid outing.

    GL


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