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    Re: 8/20/07 - Reds vs Braves Game Thread

    Reds may not be very good but they really have gotten a raw deal from the umps on lot of occasions.
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    Re: 8/20/07 - Reds vs Braves Game Thread

    Rain starting to fall at the park.

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    Re: 8/20/07 - Reds vs Braves Game Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by edabbs44 View Post
    Sportsline had it over the plate but a bit low.
    and they were off by a good 6-8 inches. Pitch was not even close. Mccann caught it outside the cathers box
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    Re: 8/20/07 - Reds vs Braves Game Thread

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    Re: 8/20/07 - Reds vs Braves Game Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by CTA513 View Post
    Center fielder
    Huh? How so? We have Hamilton, Freel, Hopper all available, and that doesn't mention Jay Bruce coming up, or Votto shifting from 1st to LF this year in Louisville.

    We really don't need outfielders, compared to needing pitchers.
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    Re: 8/20/07 - Reds vs Braves Game Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by flyer85 View Post
    and they were off by a good 6-8 inches. Pitch was not even close. Mccann caught it outside the cathers box
    Sportsline and Gameday are just some guy pointing a screen right? They're not mechanically accurate in any way.

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    Re: 8/20/07 - Reds vs Braves Game Thread

    A one out infield hit for Escobar as the ball just rolls right down the 3rd base line.

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    Re: 8/20/07 - Reds vs Braves Game Thread

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    What a horrible call. That may one of the worst this year. Dunn called out on a pitch way inside.
    GameDay showed it to be way inside, also.
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    Re: 8/20/07 - Reds vs Braves Game Thread

    Raining hard at the stadium.

    Dry in Milford.

    Film at 11:00.
    a super volcano of ridonkulous suckitude.

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    Re: 8/20/07 - Reds vs Braves Game Thread

    C. Jones singles to center. 1st and 3rd with 2 outs.

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    Re: 8/20/07 - Reds vs Braves Game Thread

    Urgh....

    Pray for tornado.

    For those who said, "Dumatrait can't be any worse than what we already have......".

    He is.
    a super volcano of ridonkulous suckitude.

    I simply don't have access to a "cares about RBI" place in my psyche. There is a "mildly curious about OBI%" alcove just before the acid filled lake guarded by robot snipers with lasers which leads to the "cares about RBI" antechamber though. - Nate

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    Re: 8/20/07 - Reds vs Braves Game Thread

    Teixeira with a 3 run homer to right. 8-1 Braves. All 8 runs scored with 2 outs.

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    Re: 8/20/07 - Reds vs Braves Game Thread

    This is going well...

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    Re: 8/20/07 - Reds vs Braves Game Thread

    37 baserunners in 13 innings now for Dumatrait (through 1.2 tonight).

    Seriously, his stuff reminds me of a Branden Claussen.

    That's not good by the way.

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    Re: 8/20/07 - Reds vs Braves Game Thread

    This is really like a Minor League game. The only reason the REDS are playing it is so Dumatrait can get Major League experience. Hamilton and Keppinger getting more experience is also a benefit. Votto should have been called up instead of Cantu so he could start getting Major League experience, even though he still can't hit left-handers at AAA.
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