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    Re: Marlins at Reds (4-30)

    3 straight walks. Bases jacked for Wes Helms.

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    Re: Marlins at Reds (4-30)

    This is another example of one of Chapman's biggest flaws right now.

    West squeezed him big time in the Hanley AB, and Chapman then over thinks it, and gets thrown off his game.

    He needs to just realized that West is a terrible ump, and just keep pumping strikes.
    "Man, the pitch looks fast, even in slow motion." Thom Brennaman on Chapman's fastball.

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    Re: Marlins at Reds (4-30)

    Tough for Chapman. He's painting the corner and getting squeezed big time.
    Games are won on run differential -- scoring more than your opponent. Runs are runs, scored or prevented they all count the same. Worry about scoring more and allowing fewer, not which positions contribute to which side of the equation or how "consistent" you are at your current level of performance.

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    Re: Marlins at Reds (4-30)

    98MPH pitch 1.
    88MPH pitch 2.
    101MPH pitch 3.
    100MPH pitch 4.
    98MPH pitch 5.
    101MPH pitch 6. (2-0 to HanRam)
    101MPH pitch 7. (2-1)
    101MPH pitch 8. (2-2)
    89MPH pitch 9. (3-2)
    100MPH pitch 10. (Ball 4 to HanRam)
    *throw to first*
    *throw to first*
    100MPH pitch 11. (1-0 to Sanchez)
    95MPH pitch 12. (2-0 to Sanchez, just missed outside corner)
    100MPH pitch 13. (3-0, wild pitch, HanRam to 2nd)
    *Hernandez comes to Mound for visit*
    98MPH pitch 14 (Ball 4 to Sanchez)
    *Bryan Price to mound w/ Ramon*
    99MPH pitch 15 (1-0 to Stanton)
    100MPH pitch 16 (1-1)
    88MPH pitch 17 (2-1, waaaaaay upstairs)
    99MPH pitch 18 (2-2, swung at some high-heat - Now Joe West is yelling about something to the Reds Dugout. Not sure whats going on)
    100MPH pitch 19 (2-2, fouled back)
    102MPH pitch 20 (3-2 WHERE DID THAT MISS?!!?!)
    ---MPH pitch 21 (Ball 4 to stanton. Bases juiced for Helms)
    98MPH pitch 22 (0-1, huge cut by Helms)
    102MPH pitch 23 (0-2, another huge cut)
    100MPH pitch 24 (1-2)
    101MPH pitch 25 (2-2, waaaay outside)
    98MPH pitch 26 (double by Helms, scores two runs, 3-0)
    101MPH pitch 27 (1-0 to Buck)
    88MPH pitch 28 (1-1)
    98MPH pitch 29 (1-2)
    85MPH pitch 30 (K's Buck swinging with a nasty slider)
    99MPH pitch 31 (1-0 to Bonifacio)
    97MPH pitch 32 (1-1)
    87MPH pitch 33 (1-2, Bonifacio almost spun himself to China)
    90MPH pitch 34 ((1-2, foul tip)
    Last edited by mattfeet; 04-30-2011 at 09:59 PM.

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    Re: Marlins at Reds (4-30)

    Double by Helms. 3-0 Fish.

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    Re: Marlins at Reds (4-30)

    8 walks tonight
    5 by Volquez and so far 3 by Chapman

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    Re: Marlins at Reds (4-30)

    Chapman needs to be able to deal with getting squeezed, but Joe West is as much responsible for those two runs as anyone else.

    I really wish more people bought his Country album, so he could retire from Umping.
    "Man, the pitch looks fast, even in slow motion." Thom Brennaman on Chapman's fastball.

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    Re: Marlins at Reds (4-30)

    Quote Originally Posted by 757690 View Post

    I really wish more people bought his Country album, so he could retire from Umping.
    We can make that happen.

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    Re: Marlins at Reds (4-30)

    Quote Originally Posted by RedsManRick View Post
    Tough for Chapman. He's painting the corner and getting squeezed big time.
    I don't think he can really complain about any call.
    "This isnít stats vs scouts - this is stats and scouts working together, building an organization that blends the best of both worlds. This is the blueprint for how a baseball organization should be run. And, whether the baseball men of the 20th century like it or not, this is where baseball is going."---Dave Cameron, U.S.S. Mariner

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    Re: Marlins at Reds (4-30)

    98MPH pitch 1.
    88MPH pitch 2.
    101MPH pitch 3.
    100MPH pitch 4.
    98MPH pitch 5.
    101MPH pitch 6. (2-0 to HanRam)
    101MPH pitch 7. (2-1)
    101MPH pitch 8. (2-2)
    89MPH pitch 9. (3-2)
    100MPH pitch 10. (Ball 4 to HanRam)
    *throw to first*
    *throw to first*
    100MPH pitch 11. (1-0 to Sanchez)
    95MPH pitch 12. (2-0 to Sanchez, just missed outside corner)
    100MPH pitch 13. (3-0, wild pitch, HanRam to 2nd)
    *Hernandez comes to Mound for visit*
    98MPH pitch 14 (Ball 4 to Sanchez)
    *Bryan Price to mound w/ Ramon*
    99MPH pitch 15 (1-0 to Stanton)
    100MPH pitch 16 (1-1)
    88MPH pitch 17 (2-1, waaaaaay upstairs)
    99MPH pitch 18 (2-2, swung at some high-heat - Now Joe West is yelling about something to the Reds Dugout. Not sure whats going on)
    100MPH pitch 19 (2-2, fouled back)
    102MPH pitch 20 (3-2 WHERE DID THAT MISS?!!?!)
    ---MPH pitch 21 (Ball 4 to stanton. Bases juiced for Helms)
    98MPH pitch 22 (0-1, huge cut by Helms)
    102MPH pitch 23 (0-2, another huge cut)
    100MPH pitch 24 (1-2)
    101MPH pitch 25 (2-2, waaaay outside)
    98MPH pitch 26 (double by Helms, scores two runs, 3-0)
    101MPH pitch 27 (1-0 to Buck)
    88MPH pitch 28 (1-1)
    98MPH pitch 29 (1-2)
    85MPH pitch 30 (K's Buck swinging with a nasty slider)
    99MPH pitch 31 (1-0 to Bonifacio)
    97MPH pitch 32 (1-1)
    87MPH pitch 33 (1-2, Bonifacio almost spun himself to China)
    90MPH pitch 34 ((1-2, foul tip)
    100MPH pitch 35 (2-2)
    86MPH pitch 36 (Bonifacio K's swinging)


    /end pitch-by-pitch updates

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    Re: Marlins at Reds (4-30)

    I'd just like to point out that Heisey would have had that ball by Helms.
    This place use to be fun

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    Re: Marlins at Reds (4-30)

    Quote Originally Posted by 757690 View Post
    This is another example of one of Chapman's biggest flaws right now.

    West squeezed him big time in the Hanley AB, and Chapman then over thinks it, and gets thrown off his game.

    He needs to just realized that West is a terrible ump, and just keep pumping strikes.
    He doesn't need to realize anything. Those were the first two runs he's given up this year.

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    Re: Marlins at Reds (4-30)

    Quote Originally Posted by alloverjr View Post
    I'd just like to point out that Heisey would have had that ball by Helms.
    Yeah Gomes was running in cement.

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    Re: Marlins at Reds (4-30)

    Quote Originally Posted by alloverjr View Post
    I'd just like to point out that Heisey would have had that ball by Helms.
    I don't know...he PROBABLY would, but that ball was perfectly placed in the gap.

    -Matt

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    Re: Marlins at Reds (4-30)

    Randy Choate in for the Fish. Bruce leading off. Down 0-1. par for the course.


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