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    9/19/11 - Astros at Reds

    Willis is scratched again from tonight's start with Wood taking his place.

    I also would not be surprised if this game ends up getting rained out.

    Reds lineup:

    Phillips 4
    Renteria 6
    Votto 3
    Bruce 9
    Heisey 7
    Stubbs 8
    Frazier 5
    Hernandez 2
    Wood 1

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    Re: 9/19/11 - Astros at Reds

    Alonso shut down for the season, at least in the field. Messed up his ankle and has been playing on it for 6 weeks.

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    Re: 9/19/11 - Astros at Reds

    Updated Reds HR list (players in italics are active):

    Reds 100-Home Run Club
    1. Johnny Bench - 389
    2. Frank Robinson - 324
    3. Tony Perez - 287
    4. Adam Dunn - 270
    5. Ted Kluszewski - 251
    6. George Foster - 244
    7. Ken Griffey, Jr. - 210
    8. Eric Davis - 203
    9. Barry Larkin - 198
    10. Vada Pinson - 186
    11. Wally Post - 172
    12. Gus Bell - 160
    13. Joe Morgan - 152
    13. Pete Rose - 152
    15. Lee May - 147
    16. Dan Driessen - 133
    17. Reggie Sanders - 125
    18. Brandon Phillips - 123
    19. Ernie Lombardi - 120
    20. Sean Casey - 118
    20. Joey Votto - 118
    22. Frank McCormick - 110
    23. Dave Parker - 107
    24. Chris Sabo - 104
    25. Dave Concepcion - 101
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    Re: 9/19/11 - Astros at Reds

    After 4 innings, Reds 2, Astros 0.

    Wood at 54 pitches, 35 strikes.
    Happ at 76 pitches, 50 strikes.

    And it's raining in Cinci....
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    Re: 9/19/11 - Astros at Reds

    Dusty pulls Travis Wood after five innings, with a 2- 0 lead. Wood had thrown 69 pitches, 44 strikes.

    Logan Ondrusek on to pitch the sixth, promptly gives up: Single, Walk, E-5 (Frazier), Bunt single (run scores), FC (run scores), 1-3 Doubleplay lineout. Two runs score, game tied at 2.
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    Re: 9/19/11 - Astros at Reds

    After 7 innings, Reds 2, Astros 2.

    Both starters are out. Reds have used Ondrusek and Arredondo. Astros have used Del Rosario and Carpenter.
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    Re: 9/19/11 - Astros at Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by Big Klu View Post
    Updated Reds HR list (players in italics are active):

    Reds 100-Home Run Club
    1. Johnny Bench - 389
    2. Frank Robinson - 324
    3. Tony Perez - 287
    4. Adam Dunn - 270
    5. Ted Kluszewski - 251
    6. George Foster - 244
    7. Ken Griffey, Jr. - 210
    8. Eric Davis - 203
    9. Barry Larkin - 198
    10. Vada Pinson - 186
    11. Wally Post - 172
    12. Gus Bell - 160
    13. Joe Morgan - 152
    13. Pete Rose - 152
    15. Lee May - 147
    16. Dan Driessen - 133
    17. Reggie Sanders - 125
    18. Brandon Phillips - 123
    19. Ernie Lombardi - 120
    20. Sean Casey - 118
    20. Joey Votto - 118
    22. Frank McCormick - 110
    23. Dave Parker - 107
    24. Chris Sabo - 104
    25. Dave Concepcion - 101
    If he can somehow get past Lee May he will really be in some good company. (Not that he's in bad shape now )

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    Re: 9/19/11 - Astros at Reds

    After 8 innings, Astros 3, Reds 2.

    Downs HR in the 8th got the 3rd run....

    In the Reds 8th, Renteria got on with an E-5. Votto hit into a 3-6-3 doubleplay, and Bruce flew out.

    Reds 2-3-4-5 hitters are 0 for 15 against 'Cy' Happ and Co.
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    Re: 9/19/11 - Astros at Reds

    Attendance is 21,168 tonight.
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    Re: 9/19/11 - Astros at Reds

    Final score: Astros 3, Reds 2.

    The Reds go out 1-2-3 in the 9th. Heisey pops out, Stubbs Ks, and Francisco Ks.

    Reds with 2 hits on Saturday, 2 hits Sunday, and 4 hits tonight. Eight hits in the last three games, scoring a total of four runs. Pathetic.

    Reds look flat and bored and boring. Hitters not running hard, missed third strikes and the batters just stand there. They don't look like they care beyond their stats. Eleven Ks tonight between Happ and Melancon.
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    Re: 9/19/11 - Astros at Reds

    AT this point it really doesn't matter I guess, but Ondursek and Masset need to be moved before next year. Either they are worn out or hurt. You can count on 2-3 runs when they come in. And with 8 hits in three games, you aren't going to beat anyone, even a club that's lost 100 games. I say bench them all and play the kids who are hungry. And leave Logan and Nick on the bullpen bench. Of course, it's like locking the barn after the horses are already gone...
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    Re: 9/19/11 - Astros at Reds

    Right now no one looks hungry at all. Waif runway models look more hungry than this whole team.

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    Re: 9/19/11 - Astros at Reds

    Waif runway models look more hungry than this whole team.
    Phillips is still playing well. And the young guys are out there with a purpose.
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    Re: 9/19/11 - Astros at Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Cloninger View Post
    Right now no one looks hungry at all. Waif runway models look more hungry than this whole team.
    By the looks of this thread, the fans feel the same way. I don't think I've ever seen a one page regular season game thread until recently


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