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    3/18/11 Reds Vs. Baby Bears

    Lineup:

    Reds
    Stubbs 8
    Phillips 4
    Votto 3
    Rolen 5
    Bruce 9
    Gomes 7
    Hanigan 2
    Janish 6
    LeCure 1

    Adolescent Bears
    Colvin 9
    S. Castro 6
    Byrd 8
    A Ramirez 5
    C Pena 3
    A Soriano 7
    DeWitt DH
    Barney 4
    Zambrano 1
    "Man, the pitch looks fast, even in slow motion." Thom Brennaman on Chapman's fastball.

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    Re: 3/18/11 Reds Vs. Baby Bears

    For the record, Bailey is pitching in a minor league game today. That pretty much means he is the Reds #4 starter. They don't think they need to see him against MLB hitters.
    "Man, the pitch looks fast, even in slow motion." Thom Brennaman on Chapman's fastball.

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    Re: 3/18/11 Reds Vs. Baby Bears

    Reds top of the 1st:

    Stubbs K looking
    Phillips BB
    Votto K
    Rolen 8

    0-0
    "Man, the pitch looks fast, even in slow motion." Thom Brennaman on Chapman's fastball.

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    Re: 3/18/11 Reds Vs. Baby Bears

    Colvin 8
    Castro 6 (nice play deep in the hole by Janish)
    Byrd BB
    Ramirez 8

    End 1 0-0

    And back to work for me.

    I'll try update when I can.

    BTW, when I went to Az last year, the games in Mesa were intolerable. Cub fans are miserable no matter where they are.
    "Man, the pitch looks fast, even in slow motion." Thom Brennaman on Chapman's fastball.

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    Re: 3/18/11 Reds Vs. Baby Bears

    Bruce K's
    Gomes doubles
    Hanigan singles Gomes scores 1-0 Reds
    Janish flies out
    LeCure grounds into a force out.

    1-0 Reds after 1.5

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    Re: 3/18/11 Reds Vs. Baby Bears

    Pena doubles
    Soto singles
    Soriano pops out to Votto
    Dewitt grounds into a FC. Pena scores Soto out at 2nd. 1-1
    Barney singles
    Colvin ground rule double 2-1 Cubs
    Castro flies out.

    2-1 after 2.

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    Re: 3/18/11 Reds Vs. Baby Bears

    Time to focus on the Buckeyes, I'm out.

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    Re: 3/18/11 Reds Vs. Baby Bears

    Phillips doubles after a Stubbs K then Votto walks and Rolen with the 3 run shot. 4-2 Reds ok I'm done now.

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    Re: 3/18/11 Reds Vs. Baby Bears

    4-4 in the bottom of the 3rd as Danny Ray replaces LeCure with one out.

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    Re: 3/18/11 Reds Vs. Baby Bears

    6-4 Cubs after 3 as Danny Ray allows LeCure's runners to score. LeCure's ERA rockets up to 5.79.

    IP 2.1
    H 8
    ER 6
    BB 1
    K 0

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    Re: 3/18/11 Reds Vs. Baby Bears

    Reds tie it at 6 on a Stubbs single and a Votto HR.

    Going to the bottom of the 5th

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    Re: 3/18/11 Reds Vs. Baby Bears

    Cubs now lead 9-6 after 5 innings, as Burton takes the mound and surrenders 3 runs in the fifth. LeCure, Herrera and Burton all looking like the B-squad in this game against the Adolescent Bears. Love that handle!

    Anyone hear what's happening with Bailey in the minor league game?

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    Re: 3/18/11 Reds Vs. Baby Bears

    Quote Originally Posted by Guacarock View Post
    Anyone hear what's happening with Bailey in the minor league game?

    Homer Bailey for Class A Bakersfield vs Brewers: 5.1ip, 5h, 4er, 0bb, 7k, 76 pitches

    per M. Sheldon
    Last edited by muddie; 03-18-2011 at 06:27 PM.

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    Re: 3/18/11 Reds Vs. Baby Bears

    Get out the laughing gas!

    Reds now take 10-9 lead in this game of playground seesaw with the Adolescent Bears. It's the end of the 7th. Maloney preserved our 1-run advantage pitching an inning, surrendering a walk and a hit but ceding no runs to the Chicagoans.

    We racked up four runs in the sixth inning on a series of doubles (by Gomes, Hanigan) and RBI singles (by Stubbs, Phillips, Votto).

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    Re: 3/18/11 Reds Vs. Baby Bears

    Reds up 14-12 after 8


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