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    This Date In Reds History (7/31/11): Past Lineups

    90 years ago (1921), the Reds swept a doubleheader at Redland Field vs. the Giants--winning the opener 8-7 in 12 innings, and the nightcap 4-3 in 11 innings.

    First Game
    New York Giants
    George J. Burns cf
    Dave Bancroft ss
    Frankie Frisch 3b
    Ross Youngs rf
    George Kelly 1b
    Irish Meusel lf
    Johnny Rawlings 2b
    Frank Snyder c
    Phil Douglas p

    Cinicinnati
    Greasy Neale rf
    Sam Bohne 2b
    Heinie Groh 3b
    Edd Roush cf
    Jake Daubert 1b
    Pat Duncan lf
    Ivey Wingo c
    Larry Kopf ss
    Eppa Rixey p


    WP: Eppa Rixey (13-11)
    LP: Rosy Ryan (7-7)
    HR: None.

    In Game 1, Eppa Rixey pitched a complete-game twelve-hitter to get the win for the Reds.



    Second Game
    New York Giants
    George J. Burns cf
    Dave Bancroft ss
    Frankie Frisch 3b
    Ross Youngs rf
    George Kelly 1b
    Irish Meusel lf
    Johnny Rawlings 2b
    Earl Smith c
    Art Nehf p

    Cincinnati
    Greasy Neale rf
    Sam Bohne 2b
    Heinie Groh 3b
    Edd Roush cf
    Jake Daubert 1b
    Pat Duncan lf
    Bubbles Hargrave c
    Larry Kopf ss
    Pete Donohue p


    WP: Pete Donohue (2-0)
    LP: Art Nehf (13-5)
    HR: None.

    In Game 2, Pete Donohue pitched a complete-game thirteen-hitter to get the win for the Reds. Art Nehf pitched a complete-game five-hitter in a losing effort for the Giants.
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    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/31/11): Past Lineups

    85 years ago (1926), the Reds were swept in a doubleheader at Braves Field in Boston--losing the opener 2-1, and the nightcap 8-2.

    First Game
    Cincinnati
    Hughie Critz 2b
    Curt Walker rf
    Edd Roush cf
    Rube Bressler lf
    Wally Pipp 1b
    Val Picinich c
    Babe Pinelli 3b
    Hod Ford ss
    Eppa Rixey p

    Boston Braves
    Dave Bancroft ss
    Jimmy Welsh rf
    Les Mann cf
    Eddie Moore 2b
    Eddie Brown lf
    Andy High 3b
    Dick Burrus 1b
    Zack Taylor c
    Larry Benton p


    WP: Larry Benton (9-9)
    LP: Eppa Rixey (8-4)
    HR: None.

    In Game 1, Larry Benton pitched a complete-game eight-hitter with 8 K's to get the win for the Braves. Eppa Rixey pitched a complete-game seven-hitter in a losing effort for the Reds.



    Second Game
    Cincinnati
    Hughie Critz 2b
    Curt Walker rf
    Edd Roush cf
    Cuckoo Christensen lf
    Wally Pipp 1b
    Bubbles Hargrave c
    Babe Pinelli 3b
    Hod Ford ss
    Pete Donohue p

    Boston Braves
    Jack Smith cf
    Dave Bancroft ss
    Jimmy Welsh rf
    Eddie Moore 2b
    Eddie Brown lf
    Andy High 3b
    Dick Burrus 1b
    Zack Taylor c
    Hal Goldsmith p


    WP: Hal Goldsmith (5-4)
    LP: Pete Donohue (15-10)
    HR: None.

    In Game 2, Hal Goldsmith pitched a complete-game twelve-hitter to get the win for the Braves.
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    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/31/11): Past Lineups

    80 years ago (1931), a 5-0 loss at Forbes Field in Pittsburgh.

    Cincinnati
    Estel Crabtree rf
    Nick Cullop lf
    Harvey Hendrick 1b
    Tony Cuccinello 2b
    Taylor Douthit cf
    Clyde Beck 3b
    Leo Durocher ss
    Clyde Sukeforth c
    Larry Benton p

    Pittsburgh
    Lloyd Waner cf
    Woody Jensen lf
    George Grantham 2b
    Pie Traynor 3b
    Paul Waner rf
    Gus Suhr 1b
    Earl Grace c
    Tommy Thevenow ss
    Ray Kremer p


    WP: Ray Kremer (8-12)
    LP: Larry Benton (5-9)
    HR: None.

    Ray Kremer pitched a six-hit shutout to get the win for the Pirates.
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    75 years ago (1936), the Reds split a doubleheader at Baker Bowl in Philadelphia--winning the opener 12-2, and losing the nightcap 7-2.

    First Game
    Cincinnati
    Hub Walker cf
    Kiki Cuyler lf
    Ival Goodman rf
    Les Scarsella 1b
    Ernie Lombardi c
    Lew Riggs 3b
    Billy Myers ss
    Alex Kampouris 2b
    Peaches Davis p

    Philadelphia
    Ernie Sulik cf
    Johnny Moore lf
    Chuck Klein rf
    Dolph Camilli 1b
    Bill Atwood c
    Stan Sperry 2b
    Leo Norris ss
    Pinky Whitney 3b
    Bucky Walters p


    WP: Peaches Davis (2-3)
    LP: Bucky Walters (7-12)
    HR: PHI - Chuck Klein (18).

    In Game 1, Peaches Davis pitched a complete-game six-hitter to get the win for the Reds.



    Second Game
    Cincinnati
    Hub Walker cf
    Kiki Cuyler lf
    Ival Goodman rf
    Les Scarsella 1b
    Gilly Campbell c
    Lew Riggs 3b
    Billy Myers ss
    Alex Kampouris 2b
    Don Brennan p

    Philadelphia
    Ernie Sulik cf
    Johnny Moore lf
    Chuck Klein rf
    Dolph Camilli 1b
    Jimmie Wilson c
    Lou Chiozza 2b
    Leo Norris ss
    Pinky Whitney 3b
    Orville Jorgens p


    WP: Orville Jorgens (7-7)
    LP: Don Brennan (5-2)
    Sv: Joe Bowman (1)
    HR: PHI - Dolph Camilli (20).

    In Game 2, Reds SS Billy Myers committed his 33rd error of the season.
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    70 years ago (1941), a 6-5 win at Crosley Field vs. the Giants.

    New York Giants
    Jo-Jo Moore lf
    Johnny Rucker cf
    Harry Danning c
    Mel Ott rf
    Babe Young 1b
    Dick Bartell 3b
    Billy Jurges ss
    Burgess Whitehead 2b
    Bill Lohrman p

    Cincinnati
    Billy Werber 3b
    Mike W. McCormick lf
    Lonny Frey 2b
    Frank McCormick 1b
    Jim Gleeson rf
    Ernie Lombardi c
    Harry Craft cf
    Eddie Joost ss
    Jim Turner p


    WP: Whitey Moore (2-1)
    LP: Jumbo Brown (1-3)
    HR: None.
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    65 years ago (1946), the Reds swept a doubleheader at Shibe Park in Philadelphia--winning the opener 4-3 in 11 innings, and the nightcap 2-0.

    First Game
    Cincinnati
    Benny Zientara 2b
    Lonny Frey cf
    Bobby Adams rf
    Grady Hatton 3b
    Bert Haas 1b
    Ray Mueller c
    Bob Usher lf
    Eddie Miller ss
    Bob Malloy p

    Philadelphia
    Skeeter Newsome ss
    Charlie Gilbert rf
    Johnny Wyrostek cf
    Del Ennis lf
    Jim Tabor 3b
    Frank McCormick 1b
    Andy Seminick c
    Emil Verban 2b
    Ken Raffensberger p


    WP: Bob Malloy (2-2)
    LP: Ken Raffensberger (6-8)
    Sv: Harry Gumbert (1)
    HR: CIN - Ray Mueller (6).

    In Game 1, Ken Raffensberger pitched a complete-game nine-hitter in a losing effort for the Phillies.



    Second Game
    Cincinnati
    Lonny Frey cf
    Benny Zientara 2b
    Grady Hatton 3b
    Al Libke rf
    Bert Haas 1b
    Ray Lamanno c
    Eddie Lukon lf
    Eddie Miller ss
    Ewell Blackwell p

    Philadelphia
    Skeeter Newsome ss
    Charlie Gilbert rf
    Johnny Wyrostek cf
    Del Ennis lf
    Jim Tabor 3b
    Frank McCormick 1b
    Rollie Hemsley c
    Emil Verban 2b
    Blix Donnelly p


    WP: Ewell Blackwell (6-7)
    LP: Blix Donnelly (2-3)
    Sv: Harry Gumbert (2)
    HR: None.
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    60 years ago (1951), a 7-5 loss at Crosley Field vs. the Phillies.

    Philadelphia
    Eddie Waitkus 1b
    Richie Ashburn cf
    Willie Jones 3b
    Del Ennis rf
    Dick Sisler lf
    Granny Hamner ss
    Putsy Caballero 2b
    Andy Seminick c
    Bubba Church p

    Cincinnati
    Bobby Adams 3b
    Connie Ryan 2b
    Johnny Wyrostek rf
    Ted Kluszewski 1b
    Hank Edwards lf
    Lloyd Merriman cf
    Dixie Howell c
    Roy McMillan ss
    Howie Fox p


    WP: Andy Hansen (1-0)
    LP: Frank Smith (5-3)
    HR: PHI - Andy Seminick (9), Del Ennis (12). CIN - Hank Edwards (1).
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    55 years ago (1956), the Reds split a doubleheader at the Polo Grounds in Upper Manhattan vs. the Giants--losing the opener 5-1, and winning the nightcap 7-3.

    First Game
    Cincinnati
    Johnny Temple 2b
    Wally Post rf
    Frank Robinson lf
    Geroge Crowe 1b
    Gus Bell cf
    Ed Bailey c
    Ray Jablonski 3b
    Roy McMillan ss
    Art Fowler p

    New York Giants
    Jackie Brandt lf
    Don Mueller rf
    Red Schoendienst 2b
    Willie Mays cf
    Bill White 1b
    Foster Castleman 3b
    Bill Sarni c
    Daryl Spencer ss
    Joe Margoneri p


    WP: Joe Margoneri (3-2)
    LP: Art Fowler (7-10)
    HR: CIN - Stan Palys (1). NY - Jackie Brandt (5).

    In Game 1, Joe Margoneri pitched a complete-game five-hitter to get the win for the Giants.



    Second Game
    Cincinnati
    Johnny Temple 2b
    Roy McMillan ss
    Frank Robinson lf
    George Crowe 1b
    Gus Bell cf
    Smoky Burgess c
    Ray Jablonski 3b
    Wally Post rf
    Hal Jeffcoat p

    New York Giants
    Jackie Brandt lf
    Don Mueller rf
    Red Schoendienst 2b
    Willie Mays cf
    Bill White 1b
    Foster Castleman 3b
    Daryl Spencer ss
    Wes Westrum c
    Dick Littlefield p


    WP: Hal Jeffcoat (3-1)
    LP: Dick Littlefield (0-3)
    Sv: Hersh Freeman (10)
    HR: CIN - Roy McMillan (3), Ray Jablonski (13).
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    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/31/11): Past Lineups

    50 years ago (1961), the National League and American League played to a 1-1 tie in the All-Star Game at Fenway Park in Boston in a game called after nine innings due to rain.

    National League
    Maury Will (LA) ss
    Eddie Mathews (MIL) 3b
    Willie Mays (SF) cf
    Orlando Cepeda (SF) lf
    Roberto Clemente (PIT) rf
    Bill White (STL) 1b
    Frank Bolling (MIL) 2b
    Smoky Burgess (PIT) c
    Bob Purkey (CIN) p

    American League
    Norm Cash (DET) 1b
    Rocky Colavito (DET) lf
    Al Kaline (DET) rf
    Mickey Mantle (NY) cf
    John Romano (CLE) c
    Luis Aparicio (CHI) ss
    Johnny Temple (CLE) 2b
    Brooks Robinson (BAL) 3b
    Jim Bunning (DET) p


    WP: None.
    LP: None.
    HR: AL - Rocky Colavito (DET).

    This was the second All-Star Game of the season, as from 1959 to 1962 two All-Star Games were played per season. This was also the first All-Star Game to end in a tie. Reds starter Bob Purkey, Art Mahaffey of the Phillies, Sandy Koufax of the Dodgers, and Stu Miller of the Giants combined on a four-hitter with 8 K's for the NL. The only hits for the AL were a one-out solo homer by Rocky Colavito of the Tigers in the first inning, a leadoff single by Brooks Robinson of the Orioles in the fifth, a one-out infield single by Al Kaline of the Tigers in the sixth, and a leadoff single by Kaline in the ninth. Tigers starter Jim Bunning, Don Schwall of the Red Sox, and Camilo Pascual of the Twins combined on a five-hitter with 7 K's for the AL. The only hits for the NL were a leadoff single by Maury Wills of the Dodgers in the fourth inning, a one-out single by Willie Mays of the Giants in the fourth, a leadoff double by Bill White of the Cardinals in the fifth, and back-to-back two-out infield singles by Eddie Kasko of the Reds and Bill White of the Cards in the sixth. The NL used 19 players, with all eight clubs represented. The AL used 14 players, with every club represented except for the Angels, Athletics, and Senators. Two Reds played in the game. RHP Bob Purkey started and pitched two innings, allowing one run on one hit with 2 K's and 2 BB's. SS Eddie Kasko entered the game as a defensive replacement for Dodgers SS Maury Wills in the fourth inning and was 1-for-1 before being lifted for pinch-hitter Ernie Banks of the Cubs in the eighth. The managers for the game were Danny Murtaugh of the Pirates for the NL, and Paul Richards of the Orioles for the AL.
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    45 years ago (1966), the Reds split a doubleheader at Crosley Field vs. the Astros--losing the opener 7-0, and winning the nightcap 10-6.

    First Game
    Houston
    Jimmy Wynn cf
    Sonny Jackson ss
    Rusty Staub rf
    Chuck Harrison 1b
    Lee Maye lf
    Felix Mantilla 2b
    Bob Aspromonte 3b
    Ron Brand c
    Dave Giusti p

    Cincinnati
    Tommy Harper rf
    Pete Rose 2b
    Vada Pinson cf
    Gordy Coleman 1b
    Tommy Helms 3b
    Deron Johnson lf
    Johnny Edwards c
    Leo Cardenas ss
    Milt Pappas p


    WP: Dave Giusti (11-8)
    LP: Milt Pappas (8-8)
    HR: None.

    In Game 1, Dave Giusti pitched a three-hit shutout with 6 K's to get the win for the Astros. The only hits for the Reds were a leadoff single by Tommy Harper in the first inning, a two-out single by Johnny Edwards in the second, and a one-out single by Harper in the sixth.



    Second Game
    Houston
    Jimmy Wynn cf
    Sonny Jackson ss
    Rusty Staub rf
    Chuck Harrison 1b
    Lee Maye lf
    Bob Aspromonte 3b
    Bill Heath c
    Felix Mantilla 2b
    Turk Farrell p

    Cincinnati
    Tommy Harper rf
    Pete Rose 2b
    Vada Pinson cf
    Gordy Coleman 1b
    Tommy Helms 3b
    Deron Johnson lf
    Leo Cardenas ss
    Jimmie Coker c
    Hank Fischer p


    WP: Ted Davidson (1-1)
    LP: Jim Owens (4-5)
    Sv: Don Nottebart (7)
    HR: HOU - Rusty Staub (11), Chuck Harrison (5). CIN - Pete Rose (10).
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    40 years ago (1971), a 4-1 loss at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.

    Cincinnati
    Pete Rose rf
    Hal McRae cf
    Lee May 1b
    Tony Perez 3b
    Johnny Bench c
    George Foster lf
    Tommy Helms 2b
    Dave Concepcion ss
    Don Gullett p

    Los Angeles
    Bobby Valentine ss
    Manny Mota lf
    Willie Crawford cf
    Dick Allen 1b
    Jim Lefebvre 2b
    Steve Garvey 3b
    Bill Buckner rf
    Joe Ferguson c
    Al Downing p


    WP: Al Downing (13-6)
    LP: Don Gullett (11-4)
    Sv: Jim Brewer (12)
    HR: None.

    Al Downing and Jim Brewer combined on a three-hitter with 8 K's for the Dodgers. The only hits for the Reds were a leadoff single by Tommy Helms in the third inning, and back-to-back doubles by Lee May and Tony Perez with two outs in the sixth.
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    Re: This Date In Reds History (7/31/11): Past Lineups

    35 years ago (1976), a 12-1 win at Riverfront Stadium vs. the Padres.

    San Diego
    Enzo Hernandez ss
    Tito Fuentes 2b
    Willie Davis cf
    Dave Winfield rf
    Mike Ivie 1b
    Doug Rader 3b
    Jerry Turner lf
    Fred Kendall c
    Brent Strom p

    Cincinnati
    Pete Rose 3b
    Ed Armbrister rf
    Dave Concepcion ss
    George Foster lf
    Johnny Bench c
    Tony Perez 1b
    Doug Flynn 2b
    Cesar Geronimo cf
    Fred Norman p


    WP: Fred Norman (10-2)
    LP: Brent Strom (9-12)
    HR: CIN - Ed Armbrister 2 (2).

    Fred Norman pitched a complete-game four-hitter with 8 K's to get the win for the Reds. The only hits for the Padres were a two-out single by Doug Rader in the second inning, a leadoff double by Tito Fuentes in the fourth, a two-out RBI single by Mike Ivie in the fourth, and a leadoff single by Jerry Turner in the eighth.
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    20 years ago (1991), a 5-1 win at Riverfront Stadium vs. the Cubs.

    Chicago Cubs
    Chico Walker 3b
    Mark Grace 1b
    Ryne Sandberg 2b
    Andre Dawson rf
    George Bell lf
    Dwight Smith cf
    Shawon Dunston ss
    Rick Wilkins c
    Frank Castillo p

    Cincinnati
    Barry Larkin ss
    Billy Hatcher cf
    Hal Morris 1b
    Chris Sabo 3b
    Paul O'Neill rf
    Bill Doran 2b
    Glenn Braggs lf
    Jeff Reed c
    Jose Rijo p


    WP: Jose Rijo (7-2)
    LP: Frank Castillo (3-2)
    Sv: Ted Power (2)
    HR: None.

    I was at this game. Last year I told the story about how I went to Game 4 of the 1990 NLCS in Pittsburgh, and how my college roommate at OU was the catalyst for making that possible. Karl was a telecommunications major from the Chicago area (Naperville, IL), and since he also worked part-time as a DJ at Power 105 WXTQ in Athens, he hadn't been home to see his Cubs since their NL East Champion season in 1989. So to show my appreciation for what he did to make my 1990 playoff experience possible, I got blue seats for this game so that he could see the Cubs. Our other roommate Jon (a Yankees fan) also went, as he did for the Pittsburgh game. He was impressed with the fact that vendors bring beer to you in the blue seats, as opposed to the upper deck at Three Rivers Stadium where he had to go to the concession stand and get it himself.
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    15 years ago (1996), a 10-0 win at Riverfront Stadium vs. the Astros.

    Houston
    James Mouton lf
    Craig Biggio 2b
    Jeff Bagwell 1b
    Derek Bell rf
    Sean Berry 3b
    Brian L. Hunter cf
    Ricky Gutierrez ss
    Kirt Manwaring c
    Donne Wall p

    Cincinnati
    Lenny Harris 3b
    Hal Morris 1b
    Barry Larkin ss
    Kevin Mitchell lf
    Eric Davis cf
    Reggie Sanders rf
    Bret Boone 2b
    Joe Oliver c
    John Smiley p


    WP: John Smiley (10-9)
    LP: Donne Wall (6-3)
    HR: CIN - Joe Oliver (8), Barry Larkin (17).

    John Smiley pitched a four-hit shutout with 7 K's to get the win for the Reds. The only hits for the Astros were a leadoff infield single by Derek Bell in the second inning, a two-out bunt single by James Mouton in the third, a leadoff single by Craig Biggio in the seventh, and a one-out single by Ricky Gutierrez in the eighth.
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    10 years ago (2001), a 3-1 11-inning win at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.

    Cincinnati
    Todd Walker 2b
    Adam Dunn rf
    Ken Griffey Jr. cf
    Sean Casey 1b
    Aaron Boone 3b
    Dmitri Young lf
    Jason LaRue c
    Pokey Reese ss
    Jose Acevedo p

    Los Angeles
    McKay Christensen cf
    Mark Grudzielanek 2b
    Gary Sheffield lf
    Shawn Green rf
    Paul Lo Duca c
    Eric Karros 1b
    Adrian Beltre 3b
    Alex Cora ss
    Eric Gagne p


    WP: Danny Graves (4-2)
    LP: Jesse Orosco (0-1)
    HR: CIN - Sean Casey (11).

    Jose Acevedo, Scott Sullivan, and Danny Graves combined on a four-hitter with 8 K's for the Reds. The only hits for the Dodgers were a two-out RBI single by Mark Grudzielanek in the third inning, a two-out double by Adrian Beltre in the fourth, a two-out single by Eric Gagne in the fourth, and a leadoff single by Alex Cora in the seventh.
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