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    October 3, 2009 Pirates at Reds

    lineup:
    1. Stubbs 8
    2. Janish 6
    3. Votto 3
    4. Phillips 4
    5. Rolen 5
    6. Gomes 9
    7. McDonald 7
    8. Hernandez 2
    9. Cueto 1
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    Re: October 3, 2009 Pirates at Reds

    Squeeze by Janish......7-4 Reds
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    Re: October 3, 2009 Pirates at Reds

    Yikes! This is it for the game thread?
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    Re: October 3, 2009 Pirates at Reds

    It was a little late. lol
    "Now that's a real shame when folks be throwin' away a perfectly good white boy like that."

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    Re: October 3, 2009 Pirates at Reds

    Chris' life will be complete when the Reds pull off a double squeeze bunt. The squeeze is #2 on his list of most exciting things about baseball, just ahead of the cycle. (How boring is that.....1 guy making no outs while producing 10 bases?)Not sure what #1 is for him.....perhaps the warm up throw down to 2nd being right on the bag?

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    Re: October 3, 2009 Pirates at Reds

    Stubbs is in clear control out there in center. Dominant.
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    Re: October 3, 2009 Pirates at Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by redsfandan View Post
    It was a little late. lol
    That's an understatement...the starting pitchers were gone before the thread started.

    Still 7-4 after six and a half innings as Masset works out of a small jam.

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    Re: October 3, 2009 Pirates at Reds

    Bruce's approach up there has just been fantastic since his return. Very smooth stroke for the single to left.
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    Re: October 3, 2009 Pirates at Reds

    St Louis lost again. They've now lost for the fifth time in six games since clinching the division, dropping to the third playoff seed ahead of only the wild-card winner, and will now start the playoffs on the road.
    "Now that's a real shame when folks be throwin' away a perfectly good white boy like that."

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    Re: October 3, 2009 Pirates at Reds

    Rolen is freaky good. Headed to the bottom of 8......7-4
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    Re: October 3, 2009 Pirates at Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by redsfandan View Post
    St Louis lost again. They've now lost for the fifth time in six games since clinching the division, dropping to the third playoff seed ahead of only the wild-card winner, and will now start the playoffs on the road.
    At the rate they are going, their post-season could be over very quickly.....
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    Re: October 3, 2009 Pirates at Reds

    Homer by Votto
    "Now that's a real shame when folks be throwin' away a perfectly good white boy like that."

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    Re: October 3, 2009 Pirates at Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by redsfandan View Post
    Homer by Votto
    #25 for Joey puts the Reds up 8-4 after 8 complete.

    Cordero in for the save.

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    Re: October 3, 2009 Pirates at Reds

    I don't think this is a save opportunity.

    edit: unless, of course, Cordero decides to make things interesting again.
    "Now that's a real shame when folks be throwin' away a perfectly good white boy like that."

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    Re: October 3, 2009 Pirates at Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by mbgrayson View Post
    At the rate they are going, their post-season could be over very quickly.....
    They seem to have a way of turning it on when they need it...I don't think they'll win it all, but I wouldn't count them out too fast. Carpenter and Wainwright are a really good 1-2.

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