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    Re: 5/14/12 - Reds at Braves

    gotta put up a zero right here Bailey
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    Re: 5/14/12 - Reds at Braves

    He could have head butted it out to centerfield and kept running

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    Re: 5/14/12 - Reds at Braves

    This ump needs some glasses
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    Re: 5/14/12 - Reds at Braves

    Brantly agrees with the game thread that Bailey getting a different and not as friendly strike zone.

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    Re: 5/14/12 - Reds at Braves

    How does that even happen? It's not like Delgado is an established stud or anything.
    This is the time. The real Reds organization is back.

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    Re: 5/14/12 - Reds at Braves

    Nasty slide piece to get Uggla!!!
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    Re: 5/14/12 - Reds at Braves

    Homer throwing well tonight. Strikeout there.

    It must be tough to pitch at GABP as your home park. Just from a home run perspective, it probably plays mind games with some of these pitchers. Tonight, a few fairly long fly balls stayed in the stadium, helping Homer out. Atlanta ballpark a little more foregiving.

    Now a walk to McCann, which is ok with me. Chipper then singles.

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    Re: 5/14/12 - Reds at Braves

    Quote Originally Posted by Cedric View Post
    How does that even happen? It's not like Delgado is an established stud or anything.
    Great question. I have no clue.

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    Re: 5/14/12 - Reds at Braves

    Two on for Homer, let's see if he can get out of it. These are the situations that sometimes give him trouble.

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    Re: 5/14/12 - Reds at Braves

    Bailey is definitely getting squeezed by home plate ump tonight. Small zone for him, but giving Delgado the benefit of the doubt on the outside corner all night.
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    Re: 5/14/12 - Reds at Braves

    Pop up to get Heyward. Nice pitching there. One more out needed.

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    Re: 5/14/12 - Reds at Braves

    That 1-1 pitch that was called a ball was a textbook strike.

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    Re: 5/14/12 - Reds at Braves

    Bouncer to third, ends inning. This is one of the best games I've seen Bailey pitch. Win or lose, he seems in command of things.

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    Re: 5/14/12 - Reds at Braves

    Quote Originally Posted by Virginia Beach Reds View Post
    Bailey is definitely getting squeezed by home plate ump tonight. Small zone for him, but giving Delgado the benefit of the doubt on the outside corner all night.
    That about sums it up.
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    Re: 5/14/12 - Reds at Braves

    Reds better be swinging and not taking.
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