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Thread: Friday 7/29/11 Minor-League Updates

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    Re: Friday 7/29/11 Minor-League Updates

    Tim Crabbe, who pitched 6.1 hitless innings in his last start, has thrown four scoreless so far tonight. Bakersfield leads 4-0. Brodie Greene has a 2-run triple.

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    Re: Friday 7/29/11 Minor-League Updates

    Quote Originally Posted by mace View Post
    Tim Crabbe, who pitched 6.1 hitless innings in his last start, has thrown four scoreless so far tonight. Bakersfield leads 4-0. Brodie Greene has a 2-run triple.
    Spoke too soon. Now it's 4-3 after five.

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    Re: Friday 7/29/11 Minor-League Updates

    Googly moogly. Billings, down 9-0, just scored 7 in the sixth. Drew Poulk (.370) and Nick O'Shea both hit two-out, three-run homers.

    Josh Garton is playing in that game as the DH. It's his first appearance of the season. He's 1-2 with a 2B.

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    Re: Friday 7/29/11 Minor-League Updates

    Dayton comes up short in the ninth against a guy for the TinCaps named Quackenbush, falls 2-1.

    Yorman appeared in the game as a pinch-hitter.

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    Re: Friday 7/29/11 Minor-League Updates

    Billings loses 10-7. Guess the Mustangs are one-trick ponies.

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    Re: Friday 7/29/11 Minor-League Updates

    Quote Originally Posted by nemesis View Post
    It's becoming more and more obvious he will be Votto's replacement after he is traded away.

    Finish out the year in Carolina, Louisville in 2012, move him up after Votto is moved out.

    A big RH power bat to bat 5th.
    I'm not so sure on this anymore. Quite frankly Votto may just be playing himself more into the Reds price range. The OBP is still tremendous, but the power outage and overall OPS are no longer in the 25 million a year range when you factor in the position he plays. Don't get me wrong, Votto is still a great hitter, and will get tons of money. But, there's a difference between that and MVP type money.

    I guess the question many teams will have is "whether 2010 was just a career year?". 2012 will go a long way in determining whether the Reds will be able to afford Votto IMO.

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    Re: Friday 7/29/11 Minor-League Updates

    Remember the breakout thread before the season started? Soto was my pick.

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