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    Re: 7/3/2012: Reds @ Dodgers--Votto returns, Cozart has a hard head

    Vin Scully just said Cozart being beaned was the start of the Peoria/Dayton brawl a few years back where the Cubs pitcher got arrested. Didn't know that.
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    Re: 7/3/2012: Reds @ Dodgers--Votto returns, Cozart has a hard head

    It's amosy futile with our 1-2 hitters. Why can the brain trust not see this
    ? And with that Zacn singles.
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    Re: 7/3/2012: Reds @ Dodgers--Votto returns, Cozart has a hard head

    Stubbs. Dude. We need you to figure it out here.
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    Re: 7/3/2012: Reds @ Dodgers--Votto returns, Cozart has a hard head

    Quote Originally Posted by Kc61 View Post
    Cannot give up that hit to Abreu. Sorry, I know Johnny has been great, but he grooved the pitch.

    Fall behind a hitter like Abreu 3-1 you don't give in. If you walk him, you walk him. First base was open the Dodgers have very few hitters.

    Just a terrible pitch.
    This isn't Tom Shearn pitching. This is Johnny Cueto, the Reds ace vs. a .248 hitter. You challenge him every day. He just about struck him out the pitch before the hit.
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    Re: 7/3/2012: Reds @ Dodgers--Votto returns, Cozart has a hard head

    Quote Originally Posted by reds44 View Post
    Vin Scully just said Cozart being beaned was the start of the Peoria/Dayton brawl a few years back where the Cubs pitcher got arrested. Didn't know that.
    Don't remember that story.
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    Re: 7/3/2012: Reds @ Dodgers--Votto returns, Cozart has a hard head

    Come on, blue. Stubbs can strike out on his own. No need for your help.
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    Re: 7/3/2012: Reds @ Dodgers--Votto returns, Cozart has a hard head

    Quote Originally Posted by WildcatFan View Post
    Don't remember that story.
    Dude chucked a ball trying to get it into the Dayton dugout and it ended up going in the stands and hitting a lady lol
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    Re: 7/3/2012: Reds @ Dodgers--Votto returns, Cozart has a hard head

    that was called a strike?
    "Since I've been with the Reds in 1989, we've never had a farm system this loaded," Bowden said. "If we were the New York Yankees and had unlimited dollars, we could have traded for Colon, (Jeff) Weaver, Rolen, (Cliff) Floyd, (Kenny) Rogers and Finley and gotten them all -- and still held onto our top five prospects. That's an amazing statement."

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    Re: 7/3/2012: Reds @ Dodgers--Votto returns, Cozart has a hard head

    Quote Originally Posted by PuffyPig View Post
    Let's face it, you mis-hit the bun with the mustard squirter, no one will really care.

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    Re: 7/3/2012: Reds @ Dodgers--Votto returns, Cozart has a hard head

    That is one of the worst at-bats I've ever seen.

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    Re: 7/3/2012: Reds @ Dodgers--Votto returns, Cozart has a hard head

    Quote Originally Posted by reds44 View Post
    Dude chucked a ball trying to get it into the Dayton dugout and it ended up going in the stands and hitting a lady lol
    Yep, I do remember that. I didn't realize he was arrested. What a dolt.
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    Re: 7/3/2012: Reds @ Dodgers--Votto returns, Cozart has a hard head

    Keep watching Stubbs and Heisey - you'll see even worse.

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    Re: 7/3/2012: Reds @ Dodgers--Votto returns, Cozart has a hard head

    From last season to this Heisey has done a complete turnaround and Stubbs has been sinking at bat by at bat since his first 4 or 5 months up.

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    Re: 7/3/2012: Reds @ Dodgers--Votto returns, Cozart has a hard head

    Quote Originally Posted by reds44 View Post
    Vin Scully just said Cozart being beaned was the start of the Peoria/Dayton brawl a few years back where the Cubs pitcher got arrested. Didn't know that.
    Kyle Lotzkar in that game too...he's been in the system forever.

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    Re: 7/3/2012: Reds @ Dodgers--Votto returns, Cozart has a hard head

    Quote Originally Posted by Reds Freak View Post
    This isn't Tom Shearn pitching. This is Johnny Cueto, the Reds ace vs. a .248 hitter. You challenge him every day. He just about struck him out the pitch before the hit.
    I said it during the at bat, post 182 of this thread.

    Bobby Abreu is a professional hitter. The Dodgers have a weak lineup.

    You fall behind Abreu in that spot you cannot groove the pitch, which he did.

    You make him go out of the zone to get a hit. If you walk him, you walk him, and pitch to the next guy.

    You groove a pitch to Bobby Abreu, even at 38, and you get burned.

    Three key plays this game. Frazier getting called out erroneously at second base on force play. Votto unable to score because of bad knee. Cueto grooving pitch to Abreu with first base open.
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