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    Some of the close losses starting to revert to average

    Reds have lost 9 games this year by two runs or less, I figured as the year went on that would average out, we definitely got one back today.

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    Re: Some of the close losses starting to revert to average

    I am away from fsno and espn for the weekend and curious if anyone could youtube today's hr and link it ?

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    Re: Some of the close losses starting to revert to average

    I was there today, and that was a great experience. It seemed like Indians' fans were the loudest the whole game until Dunn's AB. There's nothing like the look on a losing Cleveland fan's face.

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    Re: Some of the close losses starting to revert to average

    Quote Originally Posted by GoReds33 View Post
    I was there today, and that was a great experience. It seemed like Indians' fans were the loudest the whole game until Dunn's AB. There's nothing like the look on a losing Cleveland fan's face.
    it was great, the fans in our section we're pretty annoying considering cleveland controlled most of the game, and it was great to see it all snatched away from them, and the distraught looks on their faces, lol.

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    Re: Some of the close losses starting to revert to average

    For the moment...........we all love Adam Dunn again.
    Who's on first?

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    Re: Some of the close losses starting to revert to average

    Quote Originally Posted by GoReds33 View Post
    There's nothing like the look on a losing Cleveland fan's face.
    I would rather see a YOUTUBE of that. :
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    Re: Some of the close losses starting to revert to average

    Sixth straight, and I believe all 6 are by 1 or 2 runs. That's was you call averaging out. Put $50 on red at the roulette tables and let it ride!

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    Re: Some of the close losses starting to revert to average

    Quote Originally Posted by rocko View Post
    I am away from fsno and espn for the weekend and curious if anyone could youtube today's hr and link it ?
    I found this if anyone wants to know how it sounded in the stands saturday.

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=Ca1XgH0mA_0

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    Re: Some of the close losses starting to revert to average

    Quote Originally Posted by rocko View Post
    I found this if anyone wants to know how it sounded in the stands saturday.

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=Ca1XgH0mA_0
    Woo! My video!

    Seriously. That's how I found this site.


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