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    Re: 3/28/10- Reds v. Dodgers

    2-1 L.A. after 6.
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    Re: 3/28/10- Reds v. Dodgers

    2-1 is the final.
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    Re: 3/28/10- Reds v. Dodgers

    LA 2, Reds 1
    Code:
    Cincinnati   AB   R   H   RBI    BB   SO 
    Stubbs, CF   4    0   1    0      0    1 
    Janish, SS   4    0   0    0      0    1 
    Phillips, 2B 4    1   1    0      0    2 
    Fcisco, 3B   4    0   0    0      0    3 
    Balentien,RF 4    0   2    1      0    1 
    Nix, LF      4    0   1    0      0    1 
    Cairo, 1B    2    0   1    0      0    0 
    Sutton, 1B   1    0   0    0      0    1 
    Hanigan, C   3    0   0    0      0    1  
    Arroyo, P    1    0   0    0      1    0 
    Cordero, P   0    0   0    0      0    0  
    Castillo, PH 1    0   0    0      0    0 
    Ondrusek, P  0    0   0    0      0    0 
    Totals       32   1   6    1      1   11
    Reds Batting
    2B: Nix, L (3, Kershaw), Stubbs (5, Kershaw), Phillips, B (2, Kershaw),
    Balentien (4, Kershaw).
    TB: Stubbs 2; Phillips, B 2; Balentien 3; Nix, L 2; Cairo.
    RBI: Balentien (3).

    Reds Fielding
    DP: 2 (Francisco, J-Phillips, B-Cairo, Sutton-Janish-Sutton).

    Reds Pitching
    Code:
    Cincinnati IP  H R ER BB SO HR  
    Arroyo     6.0 5 2  2  0  2  0 
    Cordero    1.0 1 0  0  0  1  0 
    Ondrusek   2.0 0 0  0  0  1  0
    Reds/Dodgers
    Groundouts-flyouts:
    Kershaw 6-4, Ortiz, Ra 1-0, Troncoso 1-0, Ayala 0-3, Arroyo 8-8,
    Cordero 2-0, Ondrusek 4-1.

    Batters faced:
    Kershaw 24, Ortiz, Ra 3, Troncoso 3, Ayala 3, Arroyo 22, Cordero 3,
    Ondrusek 6.

    Spring training preparation progress
    OBP SLG OPS
    Aaron Miles
    .185 .160 .345
    Brandon Phillips
    .244 .229 .472
    Chris Burke
    .286 .294 .580
    Orlando Cabrera
    .295 .243 .539
    Miguel Cairo
    .294 .367 .661
    Drew Sutton
    .379 .360 .739
    Jay Bruce
    .286 .475 .761
    Jay Bruce Spring 09
    .348 .483 .832
    Scott Rolen
    .381 .382 .763
    Chris Dickerson
    .356 .452 .808
    Layne Nix
    .267 .621 .887
    Wladimir Balentien
    .351 .543 .894
    Joey Votto
    .385 .512 .896
    Ryan Hanigan
    .364 .571 .935
    Juan Francisco
    .389 .588 .977
    Ramon Hernandez
    .481 .500 .981
    Johnny Gomes
    .340 .705 1.045
    Drew Stubbs
    .349 .750 1.099
    Paul Janish
    .385 .739 1.124
    Does not include today's game
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    Re: 3/28/10- Reds v. Dodgers

    SF- what's so eye opening about Bruce's numbers? maybe I'm losing it in the glow of Janish's 1.124 OPS
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    Re: 3/28/10- Reds v. Dodgers

    Ondrusek 2.0 0 0 0 0 1 0

    Hard to keep this kid outta the BP to start the season, imo. That's what...8 IP and no runs?

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    Re: 3/28/10- Reds v. Dodgers

    This offense ain't lookin' too impressive. I know it's just Spring Training and all but I'd feel better if they were scoring a few more runs

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    Re: 3/28/10- Reds v. Dodgers

    Quote Originally Posted by Hoosier Red View Post
    SF- what's so eye opening about Bruce's numbers? maybe I'm losing it in the glow of Janish's 1.124 OPS
    Bruce is someone that we all like and that we are counting on.

    Last spring he did what he did on the heals of the previous season.

    At the end of spring of 09, I asked if anyone is concerned about Bruce, most denounced the implication. (Doesn't matter so much about what I think, but, it does matter what Jay Bruce actually does) Bruce had a rough 2009 season.

    So far Bruce, inspite of the discussion regarding his time off in 09 and coming back at the end of last season, doing well, is having a tougher spring this year than last, it may or may not mean that he will struggle again in 2010. Then again it might. I think that we are going to have to be more patient with him than we anticipated.

    I don't think we are seeing that improvement that we had hoped for from what we saw at the end of last season. Of course I want to be wrong, I want him to do well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sea Ray View Post
    This offense ain't lookin' too impressive. I know it's just Spring Training and all but I'd feel better if they were scoring a few more runs
    I think that you're right to be concerned. Some of those guys had some short falls to begin with, and regardless of spring training, they have a MLB past, I think there are some possible red flags up there.

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    Re: 3/28/10- Reds v. Dodgers

    Quote Originally Posted by Spring~Fields View Post
    I think that you're right to be concerned. Some of those guys had some short falls to begin with, and regardless of spring training, they have a MLB past, I think there are some possible red flags up there.
    All Bruce needs to do is be relaxed at the plate and let his natural skills take over. When and if he stops over thinking at bat he will be a true star in MLB.
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