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    Re: 8.25.09 Reds at Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by Spring~Fields View Post
    Change of scenery really seems to have helped Coffey.
    I think he was too depressed from having his brother read to him everything that was said about him on this board to stay focused.

    But nice to see him do well.
    "Imagination is more important than knowledge." -- Albert Einstein

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    Re: 8.25.09 Reds at Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNext44 View Post
    First inning, two on, no one out, no runs.

    Third inning, three straight singles to start the inning, one one run scores.

    Fourth inning, first and third, one out, no runs score.

    Okay, eight runs minimum. And one big hit in those innings and the flood gates would open.
    Oh, I see your point now. Thanks.

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    Re: 8.25.09 Reds at Brewers

    I agree with Next 44; this has been a problem all year on the few occasions the pathetic offense does put enough people on base to do some things. This game should have been put out of the Brewers' reach hours ago.

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    Re: 8.25.09 Reds at Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by HokieRed View Post
    I agree with Next 44; this has been a problem all year on the few occasions the pathetic offense does put enough people on base to do some things. This game should have been put out of the Brewers' reach hours ago.
    I was just surprised that they did as well as they did with the two table setters at the top of the lineup, seems like most had a good night though.

    Except for the pitchers in the ninth.

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    Re: 8.25.09 Reds at Brewers

    Milwaukee 11th Inning Summary

    - T. Coffey popped out to right center
    - C. Counsell flied out to right
    - R. Braun struck out swinging
    - End of Inning (0 Runs, 0 Hits, 0 Errors)

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    Re: 8.25.09 Reds at Brewers

    Bad luck....happens to bad teams. That roller Burton could have fielded with just his glove....but he rushed it.

    Rhodes did not have it? He walked 1 guy....then flinched on the ball back to him....when it should have been at least 1 out, if not 2.

    Cordero was not ready..... heck they were probably in the bullpen sipping pina coladas and talking about which clubs to hit.

    Micah Owings is ready and willing to get his arm blown up.

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    Re: 8.25.09 Reds at Brewers

    Cincinnati 12th Inning Summary

    - D. Sutton hit for C. Fisher
    - D. Sutton struck out swinging
    - D. Stubbs flied out to center
    - P. Janish flied out to left
    - End of Inning (0 Runs, 0 Hits, 0 Errors)

    Cincinnati 6, Milwaukee 6

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    Re: 8.25.09 Reds at Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by Kc61 View Post
    Try it for Jerry Narron and I'll be impressed.
    J is for the Joke of the lineups he made
    E is for the Erratic lineups he made
    R is for the Really bad lineups he made
    R is for the Ridiculously bad lineups he made
    Y is for the Yawns he induced with his pre and post game comments

    N is for the Naturally losing ways his Reds team had
    A is for the Awesomely bad move of pinch hitting Castro for Hamilton.
    R is for the Rigidness with which he managed the bullpen
    R is for the Rolaids he made fans take with his bullpen moves
    O is for the Over and over again that he would use the same bullpen pitcher.
    N is for the Nice guy that he is.

    As Styx would say, I have "Too much time on my hands."
    "Imagination is more important than knowledge." -- Albert Einstein

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    Re: 8.25.09 Reds at Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Cloninger View Post
    Bad luck....happens to bad teams. That roller Burton could have fielded with just his glove....but he rushed it.

    Rhodes did not have it? He walked 1 guy....then flinched on the ball back to him....when it should have been at least 1 out, if not 2.

    Cordero was not ready..... heck they were probably in the bullpen sipping pina coladas and talking about which clubs to hit.

    Micah Owings is ready and willing to get his arm blown up.

    Is that really that great of a loss? (j/k)
    "Imagination is more important than knowledge." -- Albert Einstein

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    Re: 8.25.09 Reds at Brewers

    Reds MVP, Herrera, is now in to get the win!
    "Imagination is more important than knowledge." -- Albert Einstein

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    Re: 8.25.09 Reds at Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNext44 View Post
    J is for the Joke of the lineups he made
    E is for the Erratic lineups he made
    R is for the Really bad lineups he made
    R is for the Ridiculously bad lineups he made
    Y is for the Yawns he induced with his pre and post game comments

    N is for the Naturally losing ways his Reds team had
    A is for the Awesomely bad move of pinch hitting Castro for Hamilton.
    R is for the Rigidness with which he managed the bullpen
    R is for the Rolaids he made fans take with his bullpen moves
    O is for the Over and over again that he would use the same bullpen pitcher.
    N is for the Nice guy that he is.

    As Styx would say, I have "Too much time on my hands."
    well played 44, well played.
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    Re: 8.25.09 Reds at Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNext44 View Post
    J is for the Joke of the lineups he made
    E is for the Erratic lineups he made
    R is for the Really bad lineups he made
    R is for the Ridiculously bad lineups he made
    Y is for the Yawns he induced with his pre and post game comments

    N is for the Naturally losing ways his Reds team had
    A is for the Awesomely bad move of pinch hitting Castro for Hamilton.
    R is for the Rigidness with which he managed the bullpen
    R is for the Rolaids he made fans take with his bullpen moves
    O is for the Over and over again that he would use the same bullpen pitcher.
    N is for the Nice guy that he is.

    As Styx would say, I have "Too much time on my hands."
    Wow, Boone and Narron, can't believed we all survived them. We must have a greater endurance and higher pain tolerance than we knew. Can we survive the "Dusty".
    Last edited by Spring~Fields; 08-26-2009 at 12:15 AM.

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    Re: 8.25.09 Reds at Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNext44 View Post
    J is for the Joke of the lineups he made
    E is for the Erratic lineups he made
    R is for the Really bad lineups he made
    R is for the Ridiculously bad lineups he made
    Y is for the Yawns he induced with his pre and post game comments

    N is for the Naturally losing ways his Reds team had
    A is for the Awesomely bad move of pinch hitting Castro for Hamilton.
    R is for the Rigidness with which he managed the bullpen
    R is for the Rolaids he made fans take with his bullpen moves
    O is for the Over and over again that he would use the same bullpen pitcher.
    N is for the Nice guy that he is.

    As Styx would say, I have "Too much time on my hands."
    Thanks for making the evening even more amusing.

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    Re: 8.25.09 Reds at Brewers

    Rolen is still a tremendous defender at third. He makes all the plays.

    Wonder if he's thinking whether this decision was a good one.

    Wonder if Dusty will make that call to ESPN after this game.

    Cameron with a triple off the wall in center field. The inevitable gets closer.

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    Re: 8.25.09 Reds at Brewers

    On to the thirteenth.


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