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    Re: 8/30/09 - Reds vs. Dodgers

    Tough game to lose after playing the Dodgers tight. At least we know the boys on the field haven't quit yet.
    If you have a losing record at Reds games, please stop going.

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    Re: 8/30/09 - Reds vs. Dodgers

    Quote Originally Posted by KoryMac5 View Post
    Tough game to lose after playing the Dodgers tight. At least we know the boys on the field haven't quit yet.
    With the exception of yesterday's 7th inning, it was a weekend of baseball worth watching.
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    Re: 8/30/09 - Reds vs. Dodgers

    Final LA Dodgers 3, Cincinnati 2, 12 innings

    Scoring Summary
    Bot 2nd: Cincinnati
    - D. McDonald homered to deep left, S. Rolen scored

    Top 5th: LA Dodgers
    - M. Kemp homered to deep center
    - C. Kershaw singled to shortstop, C. Blake scored, O. Hudson to third

    Top 12th: LA Dodgers
    - M. Kemp hit sacrifice fly to deep center, M. Ramirez scored, J. Castro to third

    Dodgers Batting
    2B - J Castro (4, F Cordero); A Ethier (35, B Arroyo).

    HR - M Kemp (21, 5th inning off B Arroyo 0 on, 0 Out).

    SF - M Kemp.

    RBI - M Kemp 2 (85), C Kershaw (2).

    2-out RBI - C Kershaw.

    Runners left in scoring position, 2 out - R Furcal 1, M Kemp 1, C Blake 3, O Hudson 1.

    GIDP - R Furcal, J Loney, O Hudson.

    Team LOB - 11.

    Base Running
    SB - A Ethier (6, 2nd base off F Cordero/C Miller).

    Fielding
    PB - R Martin

    Reds Batting
    HR - D McDonald (1, 2nd inning off C Kershaw 1 on, 2 Out).

    RBI - D McDonald 2 (4).

    2-out RBI - D McDonald 2.

    Runners left in scoring position, 2 out - D Stubbs 1, B Phillips 2, J Gomes 1.

    Team LOB - 8.

    Base Running
    SB - B Phillips (21, 3rd base off C Kershaw/R Martin).

    CS - S Rolen (1, 2nd base by C Kershaw/R Martin).

    Fielding
    DP - 3 (S Rolen-B Phillips-J Votto, P Janish-B Phillips-J Votto, P Janish-J Votto).

    Pitching
    Code:
    IP H R ER BB K HR WHIP Season ERA  
    C. Kershaw   7.0 4 2 2 2 11 1 1.25 2.94   
    G. Sherrill  1.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1.19 0.00   
    R. Troncoso  1.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1.34 2.61   
    H. Kuo       1.0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1.23 3.38   
    J. McDonald  1.0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1.44 4.03   (W, 4-3)
    J. Broxton   1.0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0.99 2.79   (S, 29) 
     
    
      IP H R ER BB K HR WHIP Season ERA  
    B. Arroyo  7.1 6 2 2 2 3 1 1.36 4.35   
    A. Rhodes  0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.16 2.72   
    N. Masset  1.1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1.08 2.78   
    J. Burton  2.0 3 0 0 1 0 0 1.55 5.10   
    F. Cordero 1.0 1 1 1 2 0 0 1.33 2.36     (L, 2-4)
    IBB - A Ethier (by F Cordero).

    Pitches-strikes - G Sherrill 20-14; R Troncoso 14-9; H Kuo 9-8; J McDonald 17-11; J Broxton 27-13; C Kershaw 105-73; A Rhodes 3-2; N Masset 16-10; J Burton 42-28; F Cordero 33-17; B Arroyo 103-69.

    Ground balls-fly balls - G Sherrill 3-1; R Troncoso 1-0; H Kuo 0-1; J McDonald 1-0; J Broxton 0-0; C Kershaw 2-8; A Rhodes 0-1; N Masset 2-1; J Burton 4-2; F Cordero 0-3; B Arroyo 13-8.

    Batters faced - G Sherrill 5; R Troncoso 3; H Kuo 4; J McDonald 3; J Broxton 5; C Kershaw 26; A Rhodes 1; N Masset 5; J Burton 9; F Cordero 6; B Arroyo 29.

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    Re: 8/30/09 - Reds vs. Dodgers

    Quote Originally Posted by jojo View Post
    With the exception of yesterday's 7th inning, it was a weekend of baseball worth watching.
    You know, you're right, it was a good weekend of baseball, very enjoyable and a good time.

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    Re: 8/30/09 - Reds vs. Dodgers

    Quote Originally Posted by CTA513 View Post
    Cordero has thrown 90 pitches over his last 3 outings (2.2 innings).

    Is that good or bad use of the very expensive pitcher?

    Cordero Games Log
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    Last edited by Spring~Fields; 08-30-2009 at 05:37 PM.

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    Re: 8/30/09 - Reds vs. Dodgers

    Quote Originally Posted by Spring~Fields View Post
    Is that good or bad use of the very expensive pitcher?

    Cordero Games Log
    http://espn.go.com/mlb/players/gamelog?playerId=4139
    When he gets to 100 pitches, take him out.

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    Re: 8/30/09 - Reds vs. Dodgers

    It was a good weekend of baseball with Cincy being in the two bookend games and in the middle game until the middle. Not bad, but not good enough. The Reds scored 10 runs total in the series. When your lineup starts with .212 and follows with .228 (that's ..255 and .299 for you OBP fanatics), you're two outs before you can say anything. The middle is better at .312, .264, .273, and .281, but you end with .203 and .214. If Votto gets on, they you've got a chance or if you begin a inning with Votto and have to get through Phillips, Rolen, and Gomes, you might produce a run. Otherwise, you're screwed unless someone hits a HR. Tough stuff.

    The Reds, in order to win more games, must find a leadoff hitter, a hitting shortstop, and a power hitting outfielder. If not, this is your Cincinnati Reds for 2010.
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    Re: 8/30/09 - Reds vs. Dodgers

    WV, I just don't see us finding/affording all those things. As a backup plan I suggest one SP to solidify the rotation and one bat.

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    Re: 8/30/09 - Reds vs. Dodgers

    Quote Originally Posted by HokieRed View Post
    WV, I just don't see us finding/affording all those things. As a backup plan I suggest one SP to solidify the rotation and one bat.
    I know. That was a wish list and don't even think the SP and the bat will happen. We're going with:

    1B - Votto
    2B - Phillips
    3B - Rolen
    SS - Janish
    LF - Gomes/Nix
    CF - Dickerson/Stubbs
    RF - Bruce
    C - Hannigan - Scrub

    SP - Harang
    SP - Arroyo
    SP - Cueto
    SP - Bailey
    SP - Owings

    RP - What you see now

    That's the 2010 Reds. May God have mercy on us all.
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    Re: 8/30/09 - Reds vs. Dodgers

    Quote Originally Posted by WVRedsFan View Post
    I know. That was a wish list and don't even think the SP and the bat will happen. We're going with:

    1B - Votto
    2B - Phillips
    3B - Rolen
    SS - Janish
    LF - Gomes/Nix
    CF - Dickerson/Stubbs
    RF - Bruce
    C - Hannigan - Scrub

    SP - Harang
    SP - Arroyo
    SP - Cueto
    SP - Bailey
    SP - Owings

    RP - What you see now

    That's the 2010 Reds. May God have mercy on us all.
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