Turn Off Ads?
Results 1 to 12 of 12

Thread: This Date In Reds History (7/9/11): Past Lineups

  1. #1
    Knowledge Is Good Big Klu's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2000
    Location
    Cambridge, OH
    Posts
    19,520

    This Date In Reds History (7/9/11): Past Lineups

    85 years ago (1926), the Reds were swept in a doubleheader at Redland Field vs. the Giants--losing the opener 7-4, and the nightcap 4-1.

    First Game
    New York Giants
    Heinie F. Mueller cf
    Frankie Frisch 2b
    Ross Youngs rf
    Freddie Lindstrom 3b
    Irish Meusel lf
    George Kelly 1b
    Travis Jackson ss
    Paul Florence c
    Freddie Fitzsimmons p

    Cincinnati
    Chuck Dressen 3b
    Curt Walker rf
    Edd Roush cf
    Rube Bressler lf
    Wally Pipp 1b
    Hughie Critz 2b
    Bubbles Hargrave c
    Frank Emmer ss
    Pete Donohue p


    WP: Freddie Fitzsimmons (7-6)
    LP: Pete Donohue (12-7)
    Sv: Jack Scott (3)
    HR: None.



    Second Game
    New York Giants
    Jimmy Johnston cf
    Frankie Frisch 2b
    Ross Youngs rf
    Freddie Lindstrom 3b
    Irish Meusel lf
    George Kelly 1b
    Travis Jackson ss
    Hugh McMullen c
    Hugh McQuillan p

    Cincinnati
    Chuck Dressen 3b
    Curt Walker rf
    Edd Roush cf
    Cuckoo Christensen lf
    Wally Pipp 1b
    Hughie Critz 2b
    Val Picinich c
    Babe Pinelli ss
    Eppa Rixey p


    WP: Hugh McQuillan (4-4)
    LP: Eppa Rixey (7-2)
    HR: None.

    In Game 2, Hugh McQuillan pitched a complete-game four-hitter to get the win for the Giants.
    Eric Stratton, Rush Chairman. Damn glad to meet ya.

  2. Turn Off Ads?
  3. #2
    Knowledge Is Good Big Klu's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2000
    Location
    Cambridge, OH
    Posts
    19,520

    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/9/11): Past Lineups

    80 years ago (1931), the Reds were swept in a doubleheader at Sportsman's Park in St. Louis--losing the opener 3-1, and the nightcap 9-1.

    First Game
    Cincinnati
    Taylor Douthit cf
    Estel Crabtree rf
    Nick Cullop lf
    Harvey Hendrick 1b
    Joe Stripp 3b
    Tony Cuccinello 2b
    Leo Durocher ss
    Clyde Sukeforth c
    Si Johnson p

    St. Louis
    Sparky Adams ss
    Jimmie Wilson c
    George Watkins rf
    Ripper Collins 1b
    Chick Hafey lf
    Frankie Frisch 2b
    Pepper Martin cf
    Andy High 3b
    Burleigh Grimes p


    WP: Burleigh Grimes (10-6)
    LP: Si Johnson (7-9)
    HR: None.

    In Game 1, Burleigh Grimes pitched a complete-game six-hitter to get the win for the Cardinals. Si Johnson and Larry Benton combined on a five-hitter in a losing effort for the Reds.



    Second Game
    Cincinnati
    Taylor Douthit cf
    Estel Crabtree rf
    Nick Cullop lf
    Harvey Hendrick 1b
    Joe Stripp 3b
    Tony Cuccinello 2b
    Leo Durocher ss
    Casper Asbjornson c
    Benny Frey p

    St. Louis
    Sparky Adams ss
    George Watkins rf
    Frankie Frisch 2b
    Ripper Collins 1b
    Chick Hafey lf
    Pepper Martin cf
    Andy High 3b
    Gus Mancuso c
    Paul Derringer p


    WP: Paul Derringer (9-3)
    LP: Benny Frey (3-7)
    HR: None.

    In Game 2, Paul Derringer pitched a complete-game five-hitter to get the win for the Cardinals.
    Eric Stratton, Rush Chairman. Damn glad to meet ya.

  4. #3
    Knowledge Is Good Big Klu's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2000
    Location
    Cambridge, OH
    Posts
    19,520

    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/9/11): Past Lineups

    75 years ago (1936), a 6-5 loss at Crosley Field vs. the Bees.

    Boston Bees
    Billy Urbanski ss
    Gene Moore rf
    Buck Jordan 1b
    Wally Berger cf
    Tony Cuccinello 2b
    Hal Lee lf
    Joe Coscarart 3b
    Ray Mueller c
    Tiny Chaplin p

    Cincinnati
    Calvin Chapman lf
    Lew Riggs 3b
    Kiki Cuyler rf
    Les Scarsella 1b
    Hub Walker cf
    Gilly Campbell c
    Billy Myers ss
    Alex Kampouris 2b
    Paul Derringer p


    WP: Ben Cantwell (7-3)
    LP: Paul Derringer (11-9)
    HR: CIN - Les Scarsella (2).
    Eric Stratton, Rush Chairman. Damn glad to meet ya.

  5. #4
    Knowledge Is Good Big Klu's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2000
    Location
    Cambridge, OH
    Posts
    19,520

    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/9/11): Past Lineups

    65 years ago (1946), the American League defeated the National League, 12-0, in the All-Star Game at Fenway Park in Boston.

    National League
    Red Schoendienst (STL) 2b
    Stan Musial (STL) lf
    Johnny Hopp (BOS) cf
    Dixie Walker (BRO) rf
    Whitey Kurowski (STL) 3b
    Johnny Mize (NY) 1b
    Walker Cooper (NY) c
    Marty Marion (STL) ss
    Claude Passeau (CHI) p

    American League
    Dom DiMaggio (BOS) cf
    Johnny Pesky (BOS) ss
    Ted Williams (BOS) lf
    Charlie Keller (NY) rf
    Bobby Doerr (BOS) 2b
    Mickey Vernon (WAS) 1b
    Ken Keltner (CLE) 3b
    Frankie Hayes (CLE) c
    Bob Feller (CLE) p


    WP: Bob Feller (CLE)
    LP: Claude Passeau (CHI)
    Sv: Jack Kramer (STL)
    HR: AL - Charlie Keller (NY), Ted Williams 2 (BOS).

    Indians starter Bob Feller, Hal Newhouser of the Tigers, and Jack Kramer of the Browns combined on a three-hit shutout with 10 K's for the AL. The only hits for the NL were a one-out infield single by Cardinals CF Johhny Hopp in the first inning, a one-out infield single by Giants C Walker Cooper in the second, and a two-out pinch-hit single by Cubs OF Peanuts Lowrey in the sixth. In the bottom of the eighth inning, Red Sox LF Ted Williams hit his second homer of the game, the famous shot into the bullpen off Pirates RHP Rip Sewell's "Eephus pitch". The NL and AL each used 21 players, with all sixteen clubs represented. Two Reds played in the game. Rookie RHP Ewell Blackwell was the third pitcher for the NL, pitching 2.2 innings and allowing two runs on three hits, with 1 K and 1 BB. Blackwell was the only pitcher of the four used by the NL (the others were Passeau, Dodgers RHP Kirby Higbe, and Sewell) who did not give up a home run. C Ray Lamanno was 0-for-1, grounding out as a pinch-hitter for Blackwell. The managers for the game were Charlie Grimm of the Cubs for the NL, and Steve O'Neill of the Tigers for the AL.
    Eric Stratton, Rush Chairman. Damn glad to meet ya.

  6. #5
    Knowledge Is Good Big Klu's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2000
    Location
    Cambridge, OH
    Posts
    19,520

    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/9/11): Past Lineups

    50 years ago (1961), a 14-3 win at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

    Cincinnati
    Eddie Kasko ss
    Don Blasingame 2b
    Vada Pinson cf
    Frank Robinson rf
    Gordy Coleman 1b
    Gus Bell lf
    Gene Freese 3b
    Johnny Edwards c
    Joey Jay p

    Los Angeles
    Maury Wills ss
    Junior Gilliam 3b
    Ron Fairly rf
    Wally Moon lf
    Tommy Davis cf
    Norm Larker 1b
    Johnny Roseboro c
    Charlie Neal 2b
    Roger Craig p


    WP: Joey Jay (12-4)
    LP: Roger Craig (3-5)
    HR: CIN - Frank Robinson 2 (23), Gene Freese (18). LA - Charlie Neal (7), Johnny Roseboro (14).

    Joey Jay pitched a complete-game five-hitter with 5 K's to get the win for the Reds. In the top of the sixth inning, Dodgers RHP Don Drysdale was ejected by home plate umpire Dusty Boggess for hitting Frank Robinson with a pitch after knocking him down twice earlier in the at-bat. I guess Boggess decided that if it took Drysdale three tries to hit Robbie, then he needed to hit the showers.
    Eric Stratton, Rush Chairman. Damn glad to meet ya.

  7. #6
    Knowledge Is Good Big Klu's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2000
    Location
    Cambridge, OH
    Posts
    19,520

    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/9/11): Past Lineups

    45 years ago (1966), an 8-7 12-inning loss at Candlestick Park in San Francisco.

    Cincinnati
    Tommy Harper lf
    Pete Rose 2b
    Vada Pinson cf
    Gordy Coleman 1b
    Art Shamsky rf
    Leo Cardenas ss
    Deron Johnson 3b
    Johnny Edwards c
    Jim Maloney p

    San Francisco
    Tito Fuentes 2b
    Tom Haller c
    Willie Mays cf
    Willie McCovey 1b
    Cap Peterson lf
    Len Gabrielson rf
    Ozzie Virgil 3b
    Bob Schroder ss
    Gaylord Perry p


    WP: Frank Linzy (4-5)
    LP: Joe Nuxhall (1-2)
    HR: CIN - Art Shamsky (10). SF - Willie McCovey 2 (17), Tom Haller (19).

    Tom Haller hit a game-winning two-run homer with two outs in the bottom of the twelfth inning off Joe Nuxhall.
    Eric Stratton, Rush Chairman. Damn glad to meet ya.

  8. #7
    Knowledge Is Good Big Klu's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2000
    Location
    Cambridge, OH
    Posts
    19,520

    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/9/11): Past Lineups

    40 years ago (1971), a 6-4 win at Riverfront Stadium vs. the Mets.

    New York Mets
    Bud Harrelson ss
    Ted Martinez 2b
    Tommie Agee cf
    Cleon Jones lf
    Donn Clendenon 1b
    Ken Singleton rf
    Jerry Grote c
    Tim Foli 3b
    Tom Seaver p

    Cincinnati
    Pete Rose rf
    George Foster cf
    Lee May 1b
    Tony Perez 3b
    Bernie Carbo lf
    Dave Concepcion ss
    Pat Corrales c
    Woody Woodward 2b
    Ross Grimsley p


    WP: Ross Grimsley (5-4)
    LP: Tom Seaver (10-5)
    Sv: Joe Gibbon (9)
    HR: CIN - George Foster (6), Wayne Granger (1).

    Reds relief pitcher Wayne Granger hit the only home run of his career in the bottom of the eighth inning off Mets LHP Ray Sadecki.
    Eric Stratton, Rush Chairman. Damn glad to meet ya.

  9. #8
    Knowledge Is Good Big Klu's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2000
    Location
    Cambridge, OH
    Posts
    19,520

    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/9/11): Past Lineups

    35 years ago (1976), the Reds swept a doubleheader at Riverfront Stadium vs. the Pirates--winning the opener 12-11 in 10 innings, and the nightcap 2-1.

    First Game
    Pittsburgh
    Frank Taveras ss
    Rennie Stennett 2b
    Al Oliver cf
    Dave Parker rf
    Bill Robinson 3b
    Richie Zisk lf
    Ed Kirkpatrick 1b
    Manny Sanguillen c
    Bruce Kison p

    Cincinnati
    Pete Rose 3b
    Ken Griffey rf
    Joe Morgan 2b
    George Foster cf
    Tony Perez 1b
    Johnny Bench c
    Dan Driessen lf
    Dave Concepcion ss
    Gary Nolan p


    WP: Rawly Eastwick (6-3)
    LP: Larry Demery (5-3)
    HR: PIT - Bill Robinson (14), Richie Zisk (9). CIN - Tony Perez (11), Dan Driessen (3).

    Trailing 11-9 with two outs and nobody on in the bottom of the tenth inning of Game 1, the Reds rallied for three runs off Kent Tekulve, Larry Demery, and Rick Langford. PH Bob Bailey singled, then Pete Rose, Ken griffey, and Joe Morgan received back-to-back-to-back walks to score Bailey and cut the deficit to 11-10. George Foster then singled to LF to score Rose and Griffey with the tying and winning runs.



    Second Game
    Pittsburgh
    Frank Taveras ss
    Tommy Helms 2b
    Bill Robinson cf
    Bob Robertson 1b
    Richie Zisk lf
    Dave Parker rf
    Richie Hebner 3b
    Duffy Dyer c
    Doc Medich p

    Cincinnati
    Pete Rose 3b
    Ken Griffey rf
    Dan Driessen 1b
    George Foster lf
    Cesar Geronimo cf
    Dave Concepcion ss
    Bill Plummer c
    Doug Flynn 2b
    Fred Norman p


    WP: Fred Norman (7-2)
    LP: Doc Medich (5-7)
    HR: None.

    In Game 2, Fred Norman pitched a complete-game nine-hitter with 5 K's to get the win for the Reds. Doc Medich pitched a complete-game ten-hitter with 7 K's in a losing effort for the Pirates.
    Eric Stratton, Rush Chairman. Damn glad to meet ya.

  10. #9
    Knowledge Is Good Big Klu's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2000
    Location
    Cambridge, OH
    Posts
    19,520

    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/9/11): Past Lineups

    25 years ago (1986), an 11-1 win at Shea Stadium in Queens.

    Cincinnati
    Eddie Milner cf
    Pete Rose 1b
    Dave Parker rf
    Eric Davis lf
    Wade Rowdon 3b
    Dave Concepcion ss
    Sal Butera c
    Ron Oester 2b
    Tom Browning p

    New York Mets
    Mookie Wilson cf
    Tim Teufel 2b
    Keith Hernandez 1b
    Kevin Mitchell ss
    Darryl Strawberry rf
    George Foster lf
    Ray Knight 3b
    Ed Hearn c
    Dwight Gooden p


    WP: Tom Browning (7-7)
    LP: Dwight Gooden (10-4)
    HR: CIN - Sal Butera (2).

    Tom Browning and Carl Willis combined on a five-hitter with 7 K's for the Reds.
    Eric Stratton, Rush Chairman. Damn glad to meet ya.

  11. #10
    Knowledge Is Good Big Klu's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2000
    Location
    Cambridge, OH
    Posts
    19,520

    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/9/11): Past Lineups

    20 years ago (1991), the American League defeated the National League, 4-2, in the All-Star Game at SkyDome in Toronto.

    National League
    Tony Gwynn (SD) cf
    Ryne Sandberg (CHI) 2b
    Will Clark (SF) 1b
    Bobby Bonilla (PIT) dh
    Andre Dawson (CHI) rf
    Ivan Calderon (MON) lf
    Chris Sabo (CIN) 3b
    Benito Santiago (SD) c
    Ozzie Smith (STL) ss

    Tom Glavine (ATL) p

    American League
    Rickey Henderson (OAK) lf
    Wade Boggs (BOS) 3b
    Cal Ripken Jr. (BAL) ss
    Cecil Fielder (DET) 1b
    Danny Tartabull (KC) dh
    Dave Henderson (OAK) rf
    Ken Griffey Jr. (SEA) cf
    Sandy Alomar Jr. (CLE) c
    Roberto Alomar (TOR) 2b

    Jack Morris (MIN) p


    WP: Jimmy Key (TOR)
    LP: Dennis Martinez (MON)
    Sv: Dennis Eckersley (OAK)
    HR: NL - Andre Dawson (CHI). AL - Cal Ripken Jr. (BAL).

    Cal Ripken Jr. hit a three-run homer in the third inning off Dennis Martinez to erase a 1-0 deficit and give the AL a lead they would not relinquish. The NL used 25 players, with every club represented except for the Phillies. The AL used 24 players, with every club represented except for the Angels and Yankees. Four Reds played in the game. 3B Chris Sabo started and was 0-for-2. SS Barry Larkin replaced Cardinals SS Ozzie Smith as a defensive replacement in the fifth inning and was 0-for-1. OF Paul O'Neill was 0-for-2, entering the game as a pinch-hitter for Expos LF Ivan Calderon in the sixth inning and remaining in the game in LF. RHP Rob Dibble was the sixth pitcher for the NL, pitching one inning and allowing no runs on no hits, with 1 K and 1 BB. The managers for the game were Lou Piniella of the Reds for the NL, and Tony LaRussa of the Athletics for the AL.
    Eric Stratton, Rush Chairman. Damn glad to meet ya.

  12. #11
    Knowledge Is Good Big Klu's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2000
    Location
    Cambridge, OH
    Posts
    19,520

    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/9/11): Past Lineups

    15 years ago (1996), the National League defeated the American League, 6-0, in the All-Star Game at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia.

    American League
    Kenny Lofton (CLE) cf
    Wade Boggs (NY) 3b
    Roberto Alomar (BAL) 2b
    Albert Belle (CLE) lf
    Mo Vaughn (BOS) 1b
    Ivan Rodriguez (TEX) c
    Cal Ripken Jr. (BAL) ss
    Brady Anderson (BAL) rf
    Charles Nagy (CLE) p

    National League
    Lance Johnson (NY) cf
    Barry Larkin (CIN) ss
    Barry Bonds (SF) lf
    Fred McGriff (ATL) 1b
    Mike Piazza (LA) c
    Dante Bichette (COL) rf
    Chipper Jones (ATL) 3b
    Craig Biggio (HOU) 2b
    John Smoltz (ATL) p


    WP: John Smoltz (ATL)
    LP: Charles Nagy (CLE)
    HR: NL - Mike Piazza (LA), Ken Caminiti (SD).

    Braves starter John Smoltz, Kevin Brown of the Marlins, Tom Glavine of the Braves, Ricky Bottalico of the Phillies, Pedro Martinez of Les Expos, Steve Trachsel of the Cubs, Todd Worrell of the Dodgers, Mark Wohlers of the Braves, and Al Leiter of the Marlins combined on a seven-hit shutout with 5 K's for the NL. The AL used 22 players, with every club except for the Brewers and Royals represented. The NL used 27 players, with all 14 clubs represented. Only one Red played in the game. SS Barry Larkin started and was 1-for-3 with a run scored before being replaced in the sixth inning by Cardinals SS Ozzie Smith, who made his final All-Star appearance in this game. The managers for the game were Mike Hargrove of the Indians for ther AL, and Bobby Cox of the Braves for the NL.
    Eric Stratton, Rush Chairman. Damn glad to meet ya.

  13. #12
    Knowledge Is Good Big Klu's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2000
    Location
    Cambridge, OH
    Posts
    19,520

    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/9/11): Past Lineups

    Five years ago (2006), an 8-3 loss at Turner Field in Atlanta.

    Cincinnati
    Ryan Freel cf
    Felipe Lopez ss
    Scott Hatteberg 1b
    Adam Dunn lf
    Rich Aurilia 3b
    Austin Kearns rf
    Brandon Phillips 2b
    Jason LaRue c
    Bronson Arroyo p

    Atlanta
    Marcus Giles 2b
    Edgar Renteria ss
    Chipper Jones 3b
    Andruw Jones cf
    Brian McCann c
    Jeff Francoeur rf
    Scott Thorman 1b
    Ryan Langerhans lf
    John Thomson p


    WP: Oscar Villarreal (8-1)
    LP: Bronson Arroyo (9-6)
    HR: CIN - Adam Dunn (28). ATL - Scott Thorman (2), Jeff Francoeur (17), Andruw Jones (20).

    Ryan Freel left the game with a jammed shoulder after being caught stealing in the fifth inning. Dewayne Wise replaced Freel in CF.
    Eric Stratton, Rush Chairman. Damn glad to meet ya.


Turn Off Ads?

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  

Board Moderators may, at their discretion and judgment, delete and/or edit any messages that violate any of the following guidelines: 1. Explicit references to alleged illegal or unlawful acts. 2. Graphic sexual descriptions. 3. Racial or ethnic slurs. 4. Use of edgy language (including masked profanity). 5. Direct personal attacks, flames, fights, trolling, baiting, name-calling, general nuisance, excessive player criticism or anything along those lines. 6. Posting spam. 7. Each person may have only one user account. It is fine to be critical here - that's what this board is for. But let's not beat a subject or a player to death, please.

Thank you, and most importantly, enjoy yourselves!


RedsZone.com is a privately owned website and is not affiliated with the Cincinnati Reds or Major League Baseball


Contact us: Boss | GIK | BCubb2003 | dabvu2498 | Gallen5862 | LexRedsFan | Plus Plus | RedlegJake | redsfan1995 | The Operator | Tommyjohn25