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    Re: 9-10-11 Reds at Rockies

    Nice inning from Wood.
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    Re: 9-10-11 Reds at Rockies

    Heisey. Woo Hoo. #14
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    Re: 9-10-11 Reds at Rockies

    Francisco 2 run HR. 6-4.
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    Re: 9-10-11 Reds at Rockies

    Reds 3rd:

    Phillips squibs one in front of the plate, Ianetta gets him at 1st.
    Heisey lines a HR over the left field wall.
    Votto flies out to center.
    Bruce walks.
    Francisco HRs to the 2nd deck in right.
    Stubbs flies out to Cargo in right-center.

    After two and a half, Rockies 6, Reds 4.

    Alex White at 57 pitches, 36 strikes.
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    Re: 9-10-11 Reds at Rockies

    Rockies 3rd:

    Giambi is hit in the elbow by Wood.
    Smith flies out to Heisey.
    Pacheco lines out to Stubbs in right center.
    Iannetta walks.
    White lines out to Heisey.

    After three innings, Reds 4, Rockies 6.


    Wood at 40 pitches, 23 strikes after two innings.
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    Re: 9-10-11 Reds at Rockies

    Reds 4th:

    Hanigan lines out to Fowler.
    Valaika pops out to Ellis in shallow right.
    Mesoraco, hitting for Wood, Ks swinging.

    After three and a half, Rockies 6, Reds 4.

    White at 67 pitches, 43 strikes.
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    Re: 9-10-11 Reds at Rockies

    Rockies 4th:

    Matt Maloney in to pitch, Mesoraco stays in to catch for Hanigan.

    Fowler hits one off Francisco's glove for an error.
    Ellis grounds into a 4 to 6 fielders choice.
    CarGo hits a single up the middle, Ellis to 3rd.
    Tulo lines out to a diving Chris Heisey, Ellis tags and scores.
    Giambi pops out to Heisey.

    After 4 innings, Reds 4, Rockies 7.
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    Re: 9-10-11 Reds at Rockies

    Heisey, Votto and Bruce! Oh My!
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    Re: 9-10-11 Reds at Rockies

    Alex White trying to reach 40 homers allowed by the end of the game

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    Re: 9-10-11 Reds at Rockies

    Reds 5th:

    Phillips grounds out to 2nd.
    Heisey HRs over the left field wall...#15!
    Votto HRs to left-center...#27!
    Bruce hits a 2nd deck HR to right-center....#30! Back to back to back; WOW!
    Francisco lines out to Fowler in deep center.
    Stubbs flies out to right.

    After four and a half, Rockies 7, Reds 7.

    White at 87 pitches, 55 strikes.
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    Re: 9-10-11 Reds at Rockies

    IIRC, the record for HRs in a game is 11.
    Rox and Reds now at 9.
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    Re: 9-10-11 Reds at Rockies

    Rockies 5th:
    Maloney still pitching.

    Smith Ks swinging.
    Pacheco HRs to dead center... 1st MLB HR.
    Iannetta grounds out to Maloney.
    Alfonzo, hitting for White, singles to left.
    Fowler hits a slow one, Maloney gets him at 1st.

    After 5 innings, Reds 7, Rockies 8.

    Maloney at 36 pitches, 24 strikes after 2 innings.
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    Re: 9-10-11 Reds at Rockies

    Reds 6th:

    Belisle pitching now for the Rockies.

    Willis, hitting for Maloney, grounds out to 1st.
    Valaika Ks swinging.
    Mesoraco Ks swinging at a bad pitch.

    After five and a half, Rockies 8, Reds 7.
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    Re: 9-10-11 Reds at Rockies

    So a bench filled with kids up from AAA and they pinch hit Willis??? Sappelt seemed a better idea IMO.

    Dusty Baker. Gotta love him.
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    Re: 9-10-11 Reds at Rockies

    Quote Originally Posted by mth123 View Post
    So a bench filled with kids up from AAA and they pinch hit Willis??? Sappelt seemed a better idea IMO.

    Dusty Baker. Gotta love him.
    Willis has a decent OPS vs RHP for his career. I've advocated using him this way actually. Seems counter-intuitive given the roster expansion I realize, but I'd wager career OPS wise vs RHP, he was one of the better options.


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