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    Re: 6/5/07 Reds vs. Cardinals Thread

    Dunn K's surprisingly...
    "There is a great man who makes every man feel small. But the real great man is the man who makes every man feel great." G.K Charleston

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    Re: 6/5/07 Reds vs. Cardinals Thread

    Well atleast Hamilton is fun to watch..
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    Re: 6/5/07 Reds vs. Cardinals Thread

    Top of third inning:

    Hopper makes an out (sorry, bathroom break). 1 out.
    Hamilton doubles to left. Runner on second.
    Phillips to SS, thrown out at first. Runner on third. 2 outs.
    Dunn (cheated out of double in first inning) works count from 0-2 to full; SO on changeup. 3 outs.

    After 2 and a half, 2-0 Cards.
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    Re: 6/5/07 Reds vs. Cardinals Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Falls City Beer View Post
    Never underestimate the Cards; never overestimate the Brewers.
    I believe I'm the guy who once cautioned you to never underestimate the Cards.

    Based on similar principles, these Brewers are for real and are going to be for the rest of this decade. I'm currently watching them have their way with the Cubs.
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    Re: 6/5/07 Reds vs. Cardinals Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by M2 View Post
    I believe I'm the guy who once cautioned you to never underestimate the Cards.

    Based on similar principles, these Brewers are for real and are going to be for the rest of this decade. I'm currently watching them have their way with the Cubs.
    I'd say the Brewers are about as real as the next injury to Ben Sheets.

    Sold ya on Cordero, natch? Insanely smart GM-ing to cash fattypockets in for the most underrated arm this side of Brad Lidge.

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    Re: 6/5/07 Reds vs. Cardinals Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by M2 View Post
    I believe I'm the guy who once cautioned you to never underestimate the Cards.

    Based on similar principles, these Brewers are for real and are going to be for the rest of this decade. I'm currently watching them have their way with the Cubs.
    They're the Cubs....that's not saying a whole lot, right now. :
    Last edited by Matt700wlw; 06-05-2007 at 09:11 PM.

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    Re: 6/5/07 Reds vs. Cardinals Thread

    Middle of 3rd inning:

    Pujols 6-3 put out. 1 out.
    Edmonds SO looking (didn't like the call). 2 outs.
    Spiezio flies out to right. 3 outs.

    After 3, 2-0 Cardinals.
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    Re: 6/5/07 Reds vs. Cardinals Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Matt700wlw View Post
    They're the Cubs....that's not saying a whole lot, right now.
    Yeah, that's my take on it. When the Brew Crew has faced real competition they've sucked this season.

    Further, they've had chances to run away and hide from the Cards when they've been getting no production from Pujols and Rolen. That won't last forever. Wainwright will come around, Carpenter could come back this season, Looper's been your typical Dave Duncan revelation. They can get it done. If they stay healthy, they probably will.

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    Re: 6/5/07 Reds vs. Cardinals Thread

    Thanks TeamBoone for the Half inning summaries.

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    Re: 6/5/07 Reds vs. Cardinals Thread

    Its the Ross, Castro, Pitcher part of the lineup with men on and no outs again.

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    Re: 6/5/07 Reds vs. Cardinals Thread

    That was a strike when Wellmeyer's been all over the place?


    Ok...ump, whatever.

    Oh well...walks anyway!

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    Re: 6/5/07 Reds vs. Cardinals Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Falls City Beer View Post
    Yeah, that's my take on it. When the Brew Crew has faced real competition they've sucked this season.

    Further, they've had chances to run away and hide from the Cards when they've been getting no production from Pujols and Rolen. That won't last forever. Wainwright will come around, Carpenter could come back this season, Looper's been your typical Dave Duncan revelation. They can get it done. If they stay healthy, they probably will.
    And the Cardinals have sucked against everybody. Kip Wells, Wainwright, Looper, Wellemeyer. What a horrible rotation.

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    Re: 6/5/07 Reds vs. Cardinals Thread

    bases loaded no one out but 2 pitchers up

    what do you do?

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    Re: 6/5/07 Reds vs. Cardinals Thread

    Cardinals bullpen begins to stir...

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    Re: 6/5/07 Reds vs. Cardinals Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by OnBaseMachine View Post
    And the Cardinals have sucked against everybody. Kip Wells, Wainwright, Looper, Wellemeyer. What a horrible rotation.
    Wells has been awful. If Duncan can't save him, he can't be saved.


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