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    Re: 9/20 Reds@Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by oneupper View Post
    They'd be playing too many.
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    Re: 9/20 Reds@Brewers

    I have watched or listened to 90% of the games this year. The script has not diverged much. Close game, offense sputters, looks like they'll have trouble scratching out another run, I'm whining about the lack of offense....then BOOM, big inning, hold them for a couple of innings, "and this one belongs to the Reds." Lather, rinse, repeat.

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    Re: 9/20 Reds@Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by traderumor View Post
    I have watched or listened to 90% of the games this year. The script has not diverged much. Close game, offense sputters, looks like they'll have trouble scratching out another run, I'm whining about the lack of offense....then BOOM, big inning, hold them for a couple of innings, "and this one belongs to the Reds." Lather, rinse, repeat.

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    All made possible by solid starting pitching.

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    Re: 9/20 Reds@Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by traderumor View Post
    I have watched or listened to 90% of the games this year. The script has not diverged much. Close game, offense sputters, looks like they'll have trouble scratching out another run, I'm whining about the lack of offense....then BOOM, big inning, hold them for a couple of innings, "and this one belongs to the Reds." Lather, rinse, repeat.

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    More often than not the offense hasn't sputtered. Remember this is baseball, not the NBA. Hitting major league pitching isn't easy but relatively speaking, us Reds fans have been treated to a lot of offense

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    Re: 9/20 Reds@Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by alloverjr View Post
    This offense is putrid.

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    Re: 9/20 Reds@Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by The Operator View Post
    JD said something about losing 2/3 in HOU and how losing can snowball, then asked Joey how big of a win tonight was.

    Joey, paraphrased: "Well, I disagree with you about that. I don't think losing on the road snowballs at all." and went on to pretty much shoot down the entire premise of Jim's questioning.
    Sorry to have missed that.

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    Re: 9/20 Reds@Brewers

    What a magical season. After ten years of watching this club mismanaged and all the false promises from Lindner and Allen, the blunders of Krivsky, and the bad years under the Castillini ownership, in comes Walt Jocketty who created a ball club that could and has won. Magnificent.

    We may not go far in the post-season, but we'll be there. And I'm not betting against them. Even if the Cardinals have the Bucs, Cubs and Rockies and a home game advantage, we just have to win 6 of the next 11 (thanks oneupper) and I think we'll do it.
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    Re: 9/20 Reds@Brewers

    Quote Originally Posted by OesterPoster View Post
    Isn't there some oddball Cordero ERA discrepancy between Hanigan and Hernandez catching? Guess that continues.
    Maybe Hanigan can call the pitches from the dugout when he's not catching.
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