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    9.7.11 Reds @ Cubs

    Phillips 4
    Renteria 6
    Votto 3
    Bruce 9
    Alonso 7
    Stubbs 8
    Francisco 5
    Hernandez 2
    Cueto 1

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    Ryan Dempster, RHP
    10-11, 4.75 ERA
    In his last start, Dempster threw a season-high 122 pitches in the midst of 93-degree temperatures. He took the loss, however, as he threw 6 1/3 innings, allowing three runs on seven hits with one walk and nine strikeouts.
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    Re: 9.7.11 Reds @ Cubs

    Its underway

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    Re: 9.7.11 Reds @ Cubs

    Reds 1st;

    Phillips flies out to center.
    Renteria lines out to center.
    Votto hits a soft liner down the left field line that Soriano misplays, triple.
    Bruce walks.
    Alonso lines a single to center, Votto scores, Bruce to 2nd.
    Stubbs Ks swinging.

    After half an inning, Reds 1, Cubs coming up.

    Dempster at 26 pitches, 18 strikes.
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    Re: 9.7.11 Reds @ Cubs

    Cubs 1st:

    Castro grounds out to Francisco at 3rd.
    Johnson grounds out to Renteria.
    Ramirez grounds to Francisco, who spins around and nails him at 1st. Nice play.

    After one inning, Reds 1, Cubs 0.

    Cueto at 9 pitches, 6 strikes.
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    Re: 9.7.11 Reds @ Cubs

    Alonso hit a pretty tough pitch inside and managed to hit it into CF.

    He's an impressive hitter.

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    Re: 9.7.11 Reds @ Cubs

    I'm liking what I see from Francisco this time around- both in the field and at the plate.

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    Re: 9.7.11 Reds @ Cubs

    Reds 2nd:

    Francisco hits a hard liner to Pena at 1st.
    Ramon flies out to left on the 1st pitch.
    Cueto grounds out to 2nd.

    After one and a half innings, Reds 1, Cubs 0.

    Dempster at 33 pitches, 23 strikes.
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    Re: 9.7.11 Reds @ Cubs

    I'm loving having the 3 big lefties hitting back-to-back-to-back in this lineup. Yonder has been a beast.

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    Re: 9.7.11 Reds @ Cubs

    Cubs 2nd:

    Pena flies out to Alonso in foul territory. Solid play.
    Soriano bounces out to Francisco at 3rd.
    LaHair Ks swinging.

    After 2 innings, Reds 1, Cubs 0.

    Cueto at 24 pitches, 15 strikes.
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    Re: 9.7.11 Reds @ Cubs

    Quote Originally Posted by RedLegsToday View Post
    I'm loving having the 3 big lefties hitting back-to-back-to-back in this lineup. Yonder has been a beast.
    So do I, and the fact that they all hit LH pitching means the threat of a LOOGY isn't all that much.

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    Re: 9.7.11 Reds @ Cubs

    Reds 3rd:

    Phillips pops out to short right.
    Renteria pops out to Castro at short.
    Votto doubles down the right field line.
    Bruce grounds out to 2nd, nice play by LaMahieu.


    After two and a half innings, Reds 1, Cubs 0.

    Dempster at 46 pitches, 31 strikes.
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    Re: 9.7.11 Reds @ Cubs

    So do I, and the fact that they all hit LH pitching means the threat of a LOOGY isn't all that much.
    Now we just need to find a centerfielder and shortstop that get on base 35% of the time or more and Dusty can relax and hit them 1-2

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    Re: 9.7.11 Reds @ Cubs

    Cubs 3rd:

    LaMahieu lines a single into right.
    Hill grounds the first pitch to Renteria, 6-3 doubleplay.
    Dempster Ks swinging.

    After three innings, Reds 1, Cubs 0.

    Cueto at 37 pitches, 25 strikes.
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    Re: 9.7.11 Reds @ Cubs

    Reds 4th:

    Alonso singles through the hole into right. (Chris Welch points out that Alonso has seen 13 pitches so far in his 1st two ABs).
    Stubbs flies out to right on the 1st pitch.
    Francisco Ks swinging at a high fastball.
    Ramon flies out to right.

    After 3 and half, Reds 1, Cubs 0.

    Dempster at 58 pitches, 39 strikes.
    Last edited by mbgrayson; 09-07-2011 at 09:07 PM.
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    Re: 9.7.11 Reds @ Cubs

    Cubs 4th:

    Castro grounds to 3rd.
    Johnson bounces out to Francisco at third.
    Ramirez also grounds out to Francisco.

    After 4 innings, Reds 1, Cubs 0.

    Cueto at 49 pitches, 33 strikes.

    Cueto has 9 ground ball outs so far tonight.
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