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    Re: 5/12/09 Reds vs D-Backs

    Lopez up. Crap.

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    Re: 5/12/09 Reds vs D-Backs

    I have a bad feeling about this
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    Re: 5/12/09 Reds vs D-Backs

    Hunter Wendelstadt (sp) is a tool... that was clearly a strike on the first pitch, and he half called it a strike.

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    Re: 5/12/09 Reds vs D-Backs

    Hairston was supposed to be the SS if GOnzo couldn't go, but Janish played well in Spring Training and Gonzalez was able to go.

    Perhaps that would have been the feather in Jocketty's cap, right there.
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    Re: 5/12/09 Reds vs D-Backs

    Heck yeah! Five games over .500 baby!

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    Re: 5/12/09 Reds vs D-Backs

    Quote Originally Posted by Blitz Dorsey View Post
    Hunter Wendelstadt (sp) is a tool... that was clearly a strike on the first pitch, and he half called it a strike.
    Why don't we see a replay? He clearly called strike on that pitch.
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    Re: 5/12/09 Reds vs D-Backs

    Holy crap!
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    Re: 5/12/09 Reds vs D-Backs

    RAMON IS THE MAN!!
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    Re: 5/12/09 Reds vs D-Backs

    Hernandez is the MVP of the night.

    As good as Owings was...Ramon was fantastic at 1B tonight.

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    Re: 5/12/09 Reds vs D-Backs

    Solid Jackson.
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    Re: 5/12/09 Reds vs D-Backs

    RAMON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Take that Lopez:

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    Re: 5/12/09 Reds vs D-Backs

    What a play by Hernandez. Unreal. Reds win 3-1. 10th save for Cordero.

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    Re: 5/12/09 Reds vs D-Backs

    YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: 5/12/09 Reds vs D-Backs

    Reds win! Great play by Hernandez!
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    Re: 5/12/09 Reds vs D-Backs

    Quote Originally Posted by Caveat Emperor View Post
    I think we just got screwed here -- I'm not sure how, but I think a screw-up just cost us a win right there.
    Ump appeared to have called the first pitch to Drew a strike. Instead, it was called a ball. Cordero never got the message and thought he struck Drew out. Now he's walked him.

    But the great first baseman Ramon Hernandez makes a good play to end the game. Reds win.

    Really, this Reds team is transformed in terms of pitching and defense.


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