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    Re: MLB reveals 2009 schedule; Reds to host Mets on Opening Day

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    The World Series in a blizzard!!!
    Yea, I could see Bud moving a Rockies/Indians World Series to the Milwaukee dome because of a blizzard.
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    Re: MLB reveals 2009 schedule; Reds to host Mets on Opening Day

    The fact that Interleague play is on the schedule at all makes think the schedule is odd.

    There's a time for Interleague play...it's called the World Series.

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    Re: MLB reveals 2009 schedule; Reds to host Mets on Opening Day

    Reds FINALLY get a weekend trip to Chicago, two in fact!! July 24-26 and Sept 11-13. Two words: Road Trip!
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    Re: MLB reveals 2009 schedule; Reds to host Mets on Opening Day

    2009 will make 4 years in a row that all of the Reds' series at Houston are on weekdays.

    Curiously, they don't even face Houston in September.
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    Re: MLB reveals 2009 schedule; Reds to host Mets on Opening Day

    I've got my eyes on the Reds @ Padres series May 15-17 for next year's trip. The Dodgers also have a home series that starts on May 18. It may not be a bad trip to see all three Reds @ Padres games over the weekend, then hit up a Dodgers game in Chavez Ravine the following Monday.
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    Re: MLB reveals 2009 schedule; Reds to host Mets on Opening Day

    I think the odds of bad weather canceling games is greater on March 30 than it is on November 5. Although I can't wait for baseball to get started every spring, I like the later start date.

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    Re: MLB reveals 2009 schedule; Reds to host Mets on Opening Day

    Here is a PDF with the Reds schedule for next year:

    http://alt.coxnewsweb.com/daytondail..._printable.pdf

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    Re: MLB reveals 2009 schedule; Reds to host Mets on Opening Day

    Quote Originally Posted by Reds Fanatic View Post
    Here is a PDF with the Reds schedule for next year:

    http://alt.coxnewsweb.com/daytondail..._printable.pdf

    Thanks for this. I can see the schedule better now. That 10 game road trip in April to Milwaukee, Houston and Chicago could make or break the season. Have a great trip and it could help propel the Reds to a good season or at least five us fans some hope. A really bad trip and we will be counting the days to the end of the season.
    Also three separate trips to California.
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    Re: MLB reveals 2009 schedule; Reds to host Mets on Opening Day

    The Reds play in KC on my birthday weekend.
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    Re: MLB reveals 2009 schedule; Reds to host Mets on Opening Day

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Footstool View Post
    The Reds play in KC on my birthday weekend.

    i plan on going to all three. its nice the series is in june so atleast we'll see the full team before next years firesale.
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    Re: MLB reveals 2009 schedule; Reds to host Mets on Opening Day

    Quote Originally Posted by Chip R View Post
    Volquez may deserve to be the Opening Day starter but should he actually start the game?
    The way Arroyo has pitched in the second half (better then Volquez), and if he can end up equaling Volquez' win total... then couldn't Bronson get the OD nod?
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    Re: MLB reveals 2009 schedule; Reds to host Mets on Opening Day

    Reds @ Nats June 9th - 11th, and then Braves @ Orioles June 12th - 14th?

    Why the heck not?


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