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    Re: 6/5/08 at Philadelphia

    I am watching the game....he is throwing his fastball. Not all the time...but more than once or twice. It is hitting 89,88 then 92. Around there.

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    Re: 6/5/08 at Philadelphia

    Anyone care to describe the play Janish made?
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    Re: 6/5/08 at Philadelphia

    Would be nice if this game was on TV...it's not like the FSN crew has anything better to do today...

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    Re: 6/5/08 at Philadelphia

    Biggest news is that Bailey is keeping the ball down. The groundballs are excellent news in light of the line-up he is facing and that park. Very encouraging.

    And, yes, to the note from NC Reds, I agree, whatever else Bailey is or isn't at this point in his development, he is an improvement on Fogg/Belisle.

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    Re: 6/5/08 at Philadelphia

    Jheri is looking more and more like his Cubs self each day.

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    Re: 6/5/08 at Philadelphia

    Hairston pops out to Utley. 1 down.

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    Re: 6/5/08 at Philadelphia

    Homer may not get another out all game, but I've seen enough to leave him in the rotation over Belisle or Fogg

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    Re: 6/5/08 at Philadelphia

    Bruce grounds out.

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    Re: 6/5/08 at Philadelphia

    If Hairston falls off the map, they're going to have to put Phillips or Bruce at leadoff, imo.
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    Re: 6/5/08 at Philadelphia

    Howard made a good play on Bruce, robbing him of a hit.

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    Re: 6/5/08 at Philadelphia

    Thanks for the description on the Janish play.

    One thing I've also noticed with Janish is his arm strength; it's simply incredible. There's an added element to his arm strength rather than just plays in the hole and double plays, which is that it's another weapon on cutoff throws, especially with plays to the plate. With both Janish and Phillips having strong arms, the threat of cutting down a runner at the plate becomes a nice extra asset.
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    Re: 6/5/08 at Philadelphia

    Quote Originally Posted by RedlegJake View Post
    Bruce grounds out.
    I'm starting to worry about young Jay Bruce

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    Re: 6/5/08 at Philadelphia

    Griffey almost got it there...

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    Re: 6/5/08 at Philadelphia

    Junior with a double.
    "Since I've been with the Reds in 1989, we've never had a farm system this loaded," Bowden said. "If we were the New York Yankees and had unlimited dollars, we could have traded for Colon, (Jeff) Weaver, Rolen, (Cliff) Floyd, (Kenny) Rogers and Finley and gotten them all -- and still held onto our top five prospects. That's an amazing statement."

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    Re: 6/5/08 at Philadelphia

    Sweet swing by Griffey. Double to left.


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