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    Re: reds vs brewers 9/9/08

    Must say, these last few games have been fun to watch. And the young guys got some great experience playing in meaningful, close games.

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    Re: reds vs brewers 9/9/08

    This team is playing great baseball right now. They swept the Giants. Lost two of three to the Pirates but both losses were by just one run. Took two of three from the Cubs and have now taken the first two in Milwaukee.

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    Re: reds vs brewers 9/9/08

    Code:
    Final 11    1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  R  H  E  
    Cincinnati  0  0  0  1  3  0  0  0  1   0   1  5 11  2 
    Milwaukee   0  0  0  0  0  3  0  0  0   0   0  4  5  2
    Scoring Summary
    Bot 1st: Milwaukee
    - P. Fielder singled to left, R. Weeks scored, J.J. Hardy to second

    Top 5th: Cincinnati - C. Patterson hit sacrifice fly to center, W. Castillo scored

    Top 6th: Cincinnati
    - E. Encarnacion homered to deep left, B. Phillips scored
    - J. Bruce homered to deep right

    Bot 7th: Milwaukee
    - R. Durham homered to deep right, J. Kendall and B. Hall scored

    Top 11th: Cincinnati
    - B. Phillips singled to deep right center, C. Patterson scored, J. Votto to third

    Batting Cincinnati
    2B - J Votto (26, M Stetter); C Patterson (14, S McClung).

    HR - E Encarnacion (25, 6th inning off J Suppan 1 on, 1 Out), J Bruce (17, 6th inning off J Suppan 0 on, 1 Out).

    S - C Patterson.

    SF - C Patterson.

    RBI - C Patterson (30), E Encarnacion 2 (62), J Bruce (47), B Phillips (78).

    2-out RBI - B Phillips.

    Runners left in scoring position, 2 out - B Phillips 1, E Encarnacion 1, R Hanigan 3.

    Team LOB - 12.

    Fielding
    E - E Encarnacion 2 (23, pop up, throw).

    Outfield assists - J Bruce (A Escobar at 1st base).

    DP - 1 (J Bruce-J Votto).

    Batting Milwaukee
    HR - R Durham (5, 7th inning off J Burton 2 on, 1 Out).

    RBI - P Fielder (84), R Durham 3 (41).

    Runners left in scoring position, 2 out - M Cameron 1, B Hall 3, R Braun 1.

    Team LOB - 8.

    Base Running
    SB - C Hart (23, 2nd base off D Weathers/R Hanigan), T Gwynn Jr (3, 2nd base off J Adkins/R Hanigan).

    CS - P Fielder (2, 2nd base by R Ramirez/R Hanigan).

    Fielding
    E - R Weeks 2 (13, ground ball, throw).

    DP - 1 (B Hall-P Fielder).

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    Cincinnati 
    IP H R ER BB K HR Season ERA  
    R. Ramirez  6.0 1 1 1 4 4 0 2.25  
    J. Burton   1.0 2 3 3 1 1 1 3.23  (BS, 2)
    B. Bray     0.1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2.84  
    D. Weathers 0.2 0 0 0 0 2 0 3.19  
    M. Lincoln  1.2 1 0 0 0 0 0 4.75  
    J. Affeldt  0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3.61  
    J. Adkins   0.1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0.00  (W, 1-0) 
    F. Cordero  1.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3.36  (S, 29)
     
     Milwaukee 
    J. Suppan     5.1 6 4 4 2 2 2 4.63  
    C. Villanueva 1.2 2 0 0 0 0 0 4.16  
    M. Stetter    0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3.38  
    G. Mota       0.1 0 0 0 1 1 0 4.09  
    B. Shouse     1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.34  
    S. Torres     0.2 0 0 0 1 0 0 2.71  
    E. Gagne      1.0 0 0 0 1 2 0 6.52  
    S. McClung    1.0 2 1 1 1 1 0 4.45 (L, 5-6)
    IBB - J Votto 2 (by S Torres, S McClung), C Hart (by J Adkins).

    BALK
    - R Ramirez.

    HBP - J Kendall (by J Burton).

    Pitches-strikes - R Ramirez 107-66; J Burton 26-17; B Bray 4-3; D Weathers 13-7; M Lincoln 15-10; J Affeldt 1-1; J Adkins 10-3; F Cordero 15-9; J Suppan 97-60; C Villanueva 11-9; M Stetter 2-1; G Mota 9-4; B Shouse 22-14; S Torres 12-5; E Gagne 20-13; S McClung 22-13.

    Ground balls-fly balls - R Ramirez 6-7; J Burton 2-0; B Bray 0-0; D Weathers 0-0; M Lincoln 1-3; J Affeldt 0-0; J Adkins 0-1; F Cordero 0-2; J Suppan 7-7; C Villanueva 2-1; M Stetter 0-0; G Mota 0-0; B Shouse 4-0; S Torres 2-0; E Gagne 0-1; S McClung 2-0.

    Batters faced
    - R Ramirez 23; J Burton 7; B Bray 1; D Weathers 3; M Lincoln 5; J Affeldt 1; J Adkins 2; F Cordero 3; J Suppan 24; C Villanueva 5; M Stetter 1; G Mota 2; B Shouse 5; S Torres 3; E Gagne 4; S McClung 6.

    Time: 4:21.
    Attendance: 30,312
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    Re: reds vs brewers 9/9/08

    Good win and a few observations:

    1. The Brewers appear to be hacking at everything somewhat like some of the Reds players do. It doesn't look good on them.

    2. Our young starter showed me something tonight. he battled adversity and pitched 1-hit ball over 6 innings. You can't argue with that.

    3. Votto and Bruce may make us forget Dunn and Griffey--almost.

    4. Dusty needs to be rid of his toys--Corey, Bako, and Hairston. Hairston, post-injury-- is showing why no one wanted him this year.

    5. Andy Phillips is a waste of bench space. I know he did nothing wrong tonight, but what purpose does he serve? Same goes for Veaentin.

    6. Castillo needs to play every inning. Pinch hitting Hairston for him was simply ignorance.

    7. I hope Dickerson gets well soon.
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    Re: reds vs brewers 9/9/08

    Since August 17th the Reds are 12-9 and six of those nine losses were by one run. They have outscored their opponents 108-94 in that time.

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    Re: reds vs brewers 9/9/08

    7 LOB for Hanigan? Not a good night for him.

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    Re: reds vs brewers 9/9/08

    Really looking forward to tomorrow's game. Honestly, that's the 1st time I've said that in a while.
    CC vs. Arroyo should be a great matchup.

    CC's performance reminds me of another ultra-dominant performance by a former Cleveland Indian after they were traded mid-season...Rick Sutcliffe in 1984.
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    Re: reds vs brewers 9/9/08

    Quote Originally Posted by VR View Post
    Really looking forward to tomorrow's game. Honestly, that's the 1st time I've said that in a while.
    CC vs. Arroyo should be a great matchup.


    CC's performance reminds me of another ultra-dominant performance by a former Cleveland Indian after they were traded mid-season...Rick Sutcliffe in 1984.
    Yes I can't wait, tomorrow's game should be an interesting contest.

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    Re: reds vs brewers 9/9/08

    The Brewers are really down now. Ned Yost was beside himself most of the night. They're pressing and swinging at anything. Arroyo just might be able to match pitch for pitch with CC, and if the Reds can be patient at the plate and work long counts, we may have a chance, but no matter. We've won the series with the Brewers and Bill Hall wasn't a factor. Life is good.
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    Re: reds vs brewers 9/9/08

    It's now September 10th. A big Happy Birthday to Joey Votto who turns 25 today.

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    Re: reds vs brewers 9/9/08

    Quote Originally Posted by OnBaseMachine View Post
    Kapler K's! Reds win 5-4. Cordero has thrown nine straight shutout innings. The Reds are guaranteed to finish above .500 against the Brewers this season.
    Opps. I forgot the Brewers come to Cincy for three games next week.


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