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    Re: 9/11 Reds vs. Pirates--Heisey Scratched, Cairo in RF

    Quote Originally Posted by CTA513 View Post
    Justin Thomas was probably asking for Vottos autograph after he hit that homer.

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    It probably took everything he had just to reisist the urge to meet Joey at home plate and ask him to punch him in the face - just so he could thank him.


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    Re: 9/11 Reds vs. Pirates--Heisey Scratched, Cairo in RF

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    A pitch that was high and outside. Joey just puts the bat on it to the opposite field. And it's 10 rows deep. What an amazing concept.
    Seeing that now (first heard it on the radio last night), that was what was so stunning. Awful pitch, didn't look like a great swing, yet it was a no doubter. Amazing.
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    Re: 9/11 Reds vs. Pirates--Heisey Scratched, Cairo in RF

    Quote Originally Posted by camisadelgolf View Post
    I just got back from the game. I had great seats (row B in section 143), and the game couldn't have been any better. There's an energy at GABP that has never been there before, and I highly encourage anyone to attend a game there this season if at all possible because you never know the next time it will come around. The optimism and confidence exuding from that stadium haven't been anywhere near here in ages.

    The place is electric. I haven't felt this type of energy since moving into the new park. Everyone around me was hugging, high fiving and generally going nuts from the moment Chapman entered the game on. Please, please, please come down to the riverfront if you haven't already. You will not be disappointed, Reds fans!

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    Re: 9/11 Reds vs. Pirates--Heisey Scratched, Cairo in RF

    Quote Originally Posted by reds1869 View Post
    The place is electric. I haven't felt this type of energy since moving into the new park. Everyone around me was hugging, high fiving and generally going nuts from the moment Chapman entered the game on. Please, please, please come down to the riverfront if you haven't already. You will not be disappointed, Reds fans!
    If I lived in Cincy I'd be at the stadium as much as possible. Nothing better than a pennant chase.
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    Re: 9/11 Reds vs. Pirates--Heisey Scratched, Cairo in RF

    Quote Originally Posted by NJReds View Post
    If I lived in Cincy I'd be at the stadium as much as possible. Nothing better than a pennant chase.
    Our daughter is coming in from DC for a wedding next weekend. She purposely schedule her flight in for Wednesday night so we can go to the final business day game. I still have to buy my tickets, but we'll be downtown this afternoon to hear President Clinton speak, so maybe we'll swing by the ballpark and pick them up then. May try to work in another game this week too.
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