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    Re: reds vs cards 8/17

    Dickerson showed an excellent eye in the minors as evidenced by his OBP being 103 points higher than his batting average.

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    Re: reds vs cards 8/17

    Nobody mention it.

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    Re: reds vs cards 8/17

    It looks like the Reds offense is falling asleep.

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    Re: reds vs cards 8/17

    Bako's defense may not be GG and his bat makes Bill Plummer look like J Bench.....but he knows how to coach these pitchers. It is something that will be overlooked beacuse of his hitting and ties to Baker.

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    Re: reds vs cards 8/17

    After 4 innings:

    Reds 2, Cards 0

    Volquez 39 pitches, 25 strikes
    Lohse 69 pitches, 46 strikes.

    9 pitch inning there for Lohse, his easiest yet.
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    Re: reds vs cards 8/17

    Marty may have just jinxed that one thing that pitchers don't like to talk about....

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    Re: reds vs cards 8/17

    Ankiel flies out to begin the 5th but after getting ahead 1-2 on Glaus Volquez started throwing his 3rd and 4th best pitches and walked him. Kennedy of all people singles to break up the no no.

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    Re: reds vs cards 8/17

    Molina flies out for the second out.

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    Re: reds vs cards 8/17

    Volquez gets himself out of it...

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    Re: reds vs cards 8/17

    Five shutout innings on 55 pitches for Volquez.

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    Re: reds vs cards 8/17

    Quote Originally Posted by OnBaseMachine View Post
    Dickerson showed an excellent eye in the minors as evidenced by his OBP being 103 points higher than his batting average.
    Or maybe it's because his BA was .260 for his minor league career.

    Dickerson also struck out about 30 percent of his at bats and struck out more than twice as much as he walked.
    Last edited by Kc61; 08-17-2008 at 02:31 PM.

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    Re: reds vs cards 8/17

    Kyle Lohse just did that on purpose....ump now warns everyone.

    I want to see a rumble

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    Re: reds vs cards 8/17

    Lohse is a sissy. Hopefully Volquez puts one in Lohse's ribs next time.

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    Re: reds vs cards 8/17

    One of the Reds hard throwers should plunk Pujols later in the game.

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    Re: reds vs cards 8/17

    Quote Originally Posted by Kc61 View Post
    Or maybe it's because his BA was .260 for his minor league career.

    Dickerson also struck out about 30 percent of his at bats and struck out more than twice as much as he walked.
    Or maybe it was because he walked a lot.


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