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    Re: 9.2.11 Reds @ Cardinals

    - Cardinals fifth.
    - Furcal homered to right on a full count.
    - Jay singled to center.
    - Pujols singled to left, Jay to third.
    - Holliday grounded into a double play, shortstop Renteria to second baseman B.Phillips to first baseman Votto, Jay scored, Pujols out.
    - Berkman grounded out to first baseman Votto unassisted.

    5-5 after 5.

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    Re: 9.2.11 Reds @ Cardinals

    Who actually thought the five spot would have held up

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    Re: 9.2.11 Reds @ Cardinals

    - Reds sixth.
    - J.Francisco lined out to center fielder Jay.
    - R.Hernandez grounded out, third baseman Freese to first baseman Pujols.
    - Frazier pinch-hitting for Cueto.
    - Frazier homered to right on a 1-1 count.
    - B.Phillips was hit by a pitch.
    Renteria flies out

    6-5 Reds
    Arredondo in.
    Last edited by klw; 09-02-2011 at 10:04 PM.

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    Re: 9.2.11 Reds @ Cardinals

    Well that lead didn't last long. Freese homers to tie it at 6. Good night all.

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    Re: 9.2.11 Reds @ Cardinals

    Alonso! 2-run jack makes it 8-6 good guys.
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    Re: 9.2.11 Reds @ Cardinals

    I stayed up.
    Alonso hits one out yonder!!



    8-6 Reds
    Now I will go to bed.

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    Re: 9.2.11 Reds @ Cardinals

    Yonder goes yard, and doesn't make an error while doing so.

    WAR rejoices

    8-6 Reds.
    sorry we're boring

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    Re: 9.2.11 Reds @ Cardinals

    Hmmm, this Alonso guy isn't too bad. Might have been nice to see more of him sooner, but then again it would have taken some kind of freakin genius to figure that one out.

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    Re: 9.2.11 Reds @ Cardinals

    Quote Originally Posted by CesarGeronimo View Post
    Hmmm, this Alonso guy isn't too bad. Might have been nice to see more of him sooner, but then again it would have taken some kind of freakin genius to figure that one out.
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    Re: 9.2.11 Reds @ Cardinals

    Quote Originally Posted by mbgrayson View Post
    Check out my signature....
    Just watch Dusty play Heisey in left and Cairo at 3rd tomorrow.

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    Re: 9.2.11 Reds @ Cardinals

    Stubby moves up to #21 all time for strikouts. #16 is in reach this weekend...stay tuned.
    Baseball is like church. Many attend, few understand

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    Re: 9.2.11 Reds @ Cardinals

    You know...playing these kids is quite rewarding. Francisco goes long and the Reds lead 11-7. Go ahead, play those veterans and lose...
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    Re: 9.2.11 Reds @ Cardinals

    Predictable crash by McClellan and Garcia....Mike....ohh Mi-iiiiike
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    Re: 9.2.11 Reds @ Cardinals

    September game against the Cards.....and we barely have enough posters to make up an infield. I prefer winning.
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    Re: 9.2.11 Reds @ Cardinals

    Quote Originally Posted by VR View Post
    Stubby moves up to #21 all time for strikouts. #16 is in reach this weekend...stay tuned.
    Hes got a chance to break Dunns single season team record unless they start sitting him to avoid that.


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