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    bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    Castillo in left
    The Rally Onion wants 150 fans before Opening Day.

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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    Chris Dickerson CF

    Jeff Keppinger SS

    Brandon Phillips 2B

    Joey Votto 1B

    Edwin Encarnacion 3B

    Jay Bruce RF

    Ryan Hanigan C

    Wilkin Castillo LF

    Josh Fogg RHP (2-7, 7.29)



    So glad Fogg keeps getting the ball...

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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    Real pitchers duel we have today. Fogg with over 7 ERA and Gorzalanny with over a 6 ERA. With that said it will probably be 1-0 game.
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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    This may very well be Fogg's last start, given that it's highly likely that Matt Maloney and/or Homer Bailey will be coming up in a few days.

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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    Quote Originally Posted by Chip R View Post
    Castillo in left

    "At least they are letting him play." Adam Rosales
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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    Fogg promptly hits the leadoff hitter.

    Stellar.

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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    Gorzelanny doesn't have good numbers overall, but he did pitch very well against the Reds back in April (6.1 IP, 4 H, 1 ER, 4 BB, 1 K). His next start against us, he didn't last the first inning (0.2 IP, 4 H, 6 ER, 2 BB).

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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    HBP McClouth good start for Fogg.
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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    Quote Originally Posted by Doc. Scott View Post
    This may very well be Fogg's last start,
    That's long overdue. I could argue he shouldn't have gotten a first start...

    ...but that would be piling on....

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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    Base hit, First two on.
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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    And now the second batter, noted slugger Chris Gomez, smacks a single. Two on, nobody out.

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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    ...Stand by for a Grand Slam...

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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    Fogg then issues a four-pitch walk to No. 3 hitter Doug Mientkiewicz, a noted slugger with all of two home runs in 2008. Bases loaded.

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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    Noted slugger and cleanup batter Jason Michaels, hitting .230 with eight homers, steps in.

    Seriously, there is all of one hitter worth a damn in this lineup- McLouth. That's really it.

    Michaels pops up to short center, one out.

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    Re: bucs @ Reds 9/4/08

    Finally an out.
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