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    Re: Reds vs. Astros 8/9/08

    Arroyo makes Carlos Lee have to leave the game after hitting him in the hand and making his pinky all bloody.

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    Re: Reds vs. Astros 8/9/08

    1. Matsui lines a singles to left.
    2. Tejada bounces into a 4-3 double play.
    3. Berkman walks.
    4. Lee HBP in the hand, ooooh, blood. Out of the game. Erstad to pinch run.
    5. Loretta flies out to Bruce in right.

    Arroyo with another high pitch inning (27 pitches).

    Middle of the 3rd: Astros 1, Reds 0.
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    Re: Reds vs. Astros 8/9/08

    Valentin singles then Bako follows up by hitting into a double play.

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    Re: Reds vs. Astros 8/9/08

    7. Valentin singles.
    8. Bako hits into a 6-4-3.
    9. Arroyo grounds out to third.

    After 3; Astros 1, Reds 0.

    Arroyo 67 pitches, 38 strikes.
    Moehler 29 pitches, 22 strikes.
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    Re: Reds vs. Astros 8/9/08

    6. Pence Ks swinging.
    7. Bourn Ks swinging.
    8. Quintero grounds to a diving Valentin at first.

    Mid 4th: Astros 1, Reds 0.
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    Re: Reds vs. Astros 8/9/08

    Red's 4th:
    1. Keppinger grounds out to third.
    2. Patterson grounds out to 1st.
    3. Bruce bounces to second, Matsui throws the ball into the camera bay. Bruce on second. Single, E-4 on the throw.
    4. Phillips grounds out to 3rd on the first pitch.

    After 4: Astros 1, Reds 0.

    Arroyo 83 pitches, 49 strikes.
    Moehler 41 pitches, 28 strikes.
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    Re: Reds vs. Astros 8/9/08

    Wayne Krivsky's offense is making Brian Moehler look like Roger Clemens.

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    Re: Reds vs. Astros 8/9/08

    Quote Originally Posted by mbgrayson View Post
    Red's 4th:
    1. Keppinger grounds out to third.
    2. Patterson grounds out to 1st.
    3. Bruce bounces to second, Matsui throws the ball into the camera bay. Bruce on second. Single, E-4 on the throw.
    4. Phillips grounds out to 3rd on the first pitch.

    After 4: Astros 1, Reds 0.

    Arroyo 83 pitches, 49 strikes.
    Moehler 41 pitches, 28 strikes.
    Average of about 10 pitches per inning.

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    Re: Reds vs. Astros 8/9/08

    Moehler with a double (1st hit this season), Matsui bunts him to 3rd and he scores on a wild pitch.

    2-0 Astros.

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    Re: Reds vs. Astros 8/9/08

    9. Moehler doubles into the left-center field gap. (1st hit in 28 ABs this year)
    1. Matsui bunts Moehler to third. One out.
    While Tejada batting, Arroyo throws one between Bako's legs, Moehler scores. (Wild pitch).
    2. Tejada Ks swinging.
    3. Berkman walks.
    4. Erstad flies to Patterson.

    Mid 5th: Astros 2, Reds 0.

    Pitcher had to run the bases...lets see if the Reds can get to him now.
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    Re: Reds vs. Astros 8/9/08

    Arroyo is now at 106 pitches and it looks like the bullpen has to cover another 4 innings tonight.

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    Re: Reds vs. Astros 8/9/08

    Arroyo broke Lees pinky when he hit him earlier in the game.

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    Re: Reds vs. Astros 8/9/08

    Red's 5th:
    5. Dunn grounds out hard to Matsui in the hole (another shift related out).
    6. Encarnacion gounds out to shortstop.
    7. Valentin hits the first pitch to ground out to first.


    After 5: Astros 2, Reds 0.

    Arroyo 106 pitches, 62 strikes.
    Moehler 53 pitches, 35 strikes.
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    Re: Reds vs. Astros 8/9/08

    Quote Originally Posted by HokieRed View Post
    Wayne Krivsky's offense is making Brian Moehler look like Roger Clemens.
    Just as much Walt's baby now.
    Go Gators!

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    Re: Reds vs. Astros 8/9/08

    Fireworks alert: Arroyo out for the 6th with 106 pitches already....

    Line against Arroyo after 106 pitches: .400/.400/.467 for an OPS of .867
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