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    Re: September 18th game thread Reds-Cards

    Javy.

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    Re: September 18th game thread Reds-Cards

    Valentin also ahead 3-1.

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    Re: September 18th game thread Reds-Cards

    Valentin walks. First and second two outs for Hairston.

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    Re: September 18th game thread Reds-Cards

    Walk!

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    Re: September 18th game thread Reds-Cards

    Hairston singles to score Patterson. 5-4 now. Castillo advances to third. Here comes Keppinger to do one of his famous pop outs or ground outs.

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    Re: September 18th game thread Reds-Cards

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    Re: September 18th game thread Reds-Cards

    If only the Reds had capitalized on one of those lead off doubles.

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    Re: September 18th game thread Reds-Cards

    Jason Motte is the new Cardinals pitcher.

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    Re: September 18th game thread Reds-Cards

    Ballgame.

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    Re: September 18th game thread Reds-Cards

    Keppinger fouls off a high pitch. 0-1. Called strike two. Ball up and away. 1-2. Ball low. 2-2. Ball up and away. 3-2. Keppinger weakly flies out. The Reds have three black holes in the lineup when Patterson, Bako, and Keppinger play.
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    Re: September 18th game thread Reds-Cards

    Finding a new shortstop has got to be the number one goal in the offseason for Walt Jocketty. All Keppinger can do is hit weak pop outs/ground outs and watch routine groundballs roll into the outfield. He's a solid sub and that's it.

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    Re: September 18th game thread Reds-Cards

    He's lost something since the injury. Either that or we're seeing why he's never stuck anywhere

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    Re: September 18th game thread Reds-Cards

    Quote Originally Posted by OnBaseMachine View Post
    Keppinger fouls off a high pitch. 0-1. Called strike two. Ball up and away. 1-2. Ball low. 2-2. Ball up and away. 3-2. Keppinger flies out on ball four. He's awful. Awful. The Reds have three black holes in the lineup when Patterson, Bako, and Keppinger play.
    i wouldn't go so far as to say he's awful, he's just getting too much playing time...he's simply not an everyday player...unfortunately, the reds have too many players like him...

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    Re: September 18th game thread Reds-Cards

    Quote Originally Posted by Matt700wlw View Post
    He's lost something since the injury. Either that or we're seeing why he's never stuck anywhere
    I think it's the latter. There is a reason why most players never stick with one club. There is also a reason some don't make it. Kepp was exposed with everyday play.
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