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    Re: 5/19/12 - Reds at Yankees

    Rodriguez strikes out swinging. 6 Ks.

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    Re: 5/19/12 - Reds at Yankees

    Back to back K's.
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    Re: 5/19/12 - Reds at Yankees

    A few more signs that Bailey's getting there. Slowly.

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    Re: 5/19/12 - Reds at Yankees

    Nice inning.

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    Re: 5/19/12 - Reds at Yankees

    Ibanez flies out to right. 5-3 Reds after 6.

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    Re: 5/19/12 - Reds at Yankees

    Quality start for Homer. With 85 pitches, will he pitch the 7th?
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    Re: 5/19/12 - Reds at Yankees

    85 pitches by Homie.

    1 walk, 6 k's, 5 hits, 2:1 strike/ball ratio, 2 hr's (wind aided? Maybe). Regardless, I'll take that.
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    Ready? Wilson Valdez is a pretty good backup player. He went to the World Series in that role with the Phillies. He plays nice steady defense at several positions. He's a pure backup infielder, more of a defensive guy, you can't expect too much hitting but he gets a single or double once in awhile.

    The comments about Valdez are just picking on the little guy. He's really not the problem. It's the starting players with sub-.300 OBPs who are the problem.

    You may now continue discussing this game, which the Reds are winning thankfully.

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    Re: 5/19/12 - Reds at Yankees

    Cody Eppley in to pitch

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    Re: 5/19/12 - Reds at Yankees

    Heisey flies out to left.

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    Re: 5/19/12 - Reds at Yankees

    Amazing that DeWayne Wise is starting these days for the Yankees. Remember when he was a Reds prospect? Seems like decades ago.

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    Re: 5/19/12 - Reds at Yankees

    Quote Originally Posted by Kc61 View Post
    Ready? Wilson Valdez is a pretty good backup player. He went to the World Series in that role with the Phillies. He plays nice steady defense at several positions. He's a pure backup infielder, more of a defensive guy, you can't expect too much hitting but he gets a single or double once in awhile.

    The comments about Valdez are just picking on the little guy. He's really not the problem. It's the starting players with sub-.300 OBPs who are the problem.

    You may now continue discussing this game, which the Reds are winning thankfully.
    I think the OBP of .195 is the reason and no signs of it getting better.
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    Re: 5/19/12 - Reds at Yankees

    Quote Originally Posted by Kc61 View Post
    Ready? Wilson Valdez is a pretty good backup player. He went to the World Series in that role with the Phillies. He plays nice steady defense at several positions. He's a pure backup infielder, more of a defensive guy, you can't expect too much hitting but he gets a single or double once in awhile.

    The comments about Valdez are just picking on the little guy. He's really not the problem. It's the starting players with sub-.300 OBPs who are the problem.

    You may now continue discussing this game, which the Reds are winning thankfully.
    I agree that he's not the problem. Or even A problem. The problem I had with him was that we already had him and for a much cheaper rate in Janish. Nearly identical hitter, better defender, just as versatile. He wasn't needed. /psudo-rant
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    Re: 5/19/12 - Reds at Yankees

    Quote Originally Posted by WVRedsFan View Post
    I think the OBP of .195 is the reason and no signs of it getting better.
    It has to be a very, very small sample, Valdez hardly ever plays. I support Wilson.

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    Re: 5/19/12 - Reds at Yankees

    Stubbs is set upp for a K and he walks. Good eye
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