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    Re: 9/23/12 - Dodgers vs. Reds

    Did they just say that a catcher was hitting in the 2 hole?
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    Re: 9/23/12 - Dodgers vs. Reds

    Dodger catcher AJ Ellis 0 for 28 slump is up.

    Guy still has a .366 OBP.

    Homer with 30 pitches.

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    Re: 9/23/12 - Dodgers vs. Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by RedsMan3203 View Post
    Did they just say that a catcher was hitting in the 2 hole?
    I think he's hitting eighth, for both teams.

    Ellis now 2-2 count, one on, one in, two out.

    Force play, three outs. Reds trail by one cominng up in the second.

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    Re: 9/23/12 - Dodgers vs. Reds

    Stubbs, Hanigan, Bailey coming up if my lineup card is correct, which isn't a given.

    Drew Stubbs v. Clayton Kershaw. Right.

    Drew hits a shallow fly to Kemp, one out.

    Now Hanigan up. Kershaw with 22 pitches.
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    Re: 9/23/12 - Dodgers vs. Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by Kc61 View Post
    Stubbs, Hanigan, Bailey coming up if my lineup card is correct, which isn't a given.
    This kind of thing never happened when Dusty was managing.

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    Re: 9/23/12 - Dodgers vs. Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by BCubb2003 View Post
    This kind of thing never happened when Dusty was managing.
    Exactly. But how many divisions has Dusty clinched this year?

    Hanigan ahead 3-1. Ball four.

    Homer Bailey up. One on, one out. Nice bunt, sac, two outs.

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    Re: 9/23/12 - Dodgers vs. Reds

    ESPN guys glean that Kershaw is healthy based on his fielding play on the bunt. I would think his pitching and how he feels will be more telling.

    Heisey flies to left and the inning is over.

    Reds with four men LOB, three left in scoring position, after two innings.

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    Re: 9/23/12 - Dodgers vs. Reds

    Dodgers up in the third. Homer Bailey about to make pitch number 34 of the night.

    It's a strike to Kershaw. if you're not watching, you are missing some chatter about the 2-3 home/road playoff system in the first round this year.

    Apparently Speier said he would rather finish third and have two home games to start things off in the playoffs. Surprised he would publicly say that.

    Kershaw fans.

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    Re: 9/23/12 - Dodgers vs. Reds

    Mark Ellis up. Continued discussion by ESPN about the home/road playoff thing.

    Full count on Ellis. Strike. Three. Called.

    Homer doing well at home in September, according to ESPN guys, who are correct I believe.

    Ethier up. Kudos to Homer by ESPN, and kudos to Hanigan.

    Ethier grounds to Votto who flips to Homer for the third out.

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    Re: 9/23/12 - Dodgers vs. Reds

    Bottom three coming up. Maybe somebody else can do PBP after the third.

    Reds will lead off with Valdez and Votto. Two rather different hitters, I would say.

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    Re: 9/23/12 - Dodgers vs. Reds

    Wilson Valdez will lead off the bottom of the third. Kershaw gets ahead on a foul. 3-1 count now. Walked him. My.

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    So Kershaw pitches around Valdez to face Votto.

    Joey up now. Kershaw at 36 pitches.

    Ball one outside. Kershaw with a little control issue here.

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    Re: 9/23/12 - Dodgers vs. Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by Kc61 View Post
    ESPN informs that Kyle Lohse is now 16-3.
    And liklely headed for FA. The Cards extended Westbrook and likely don't have the money for Lohse in the rotation, considering they have a number of younger guys (Kelly, Miller Rosenthal) ready to compete for a spot.

    Lohse with Boras as his agent may get 4-5 years @ $15M.

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    Re: 9/23/12 - Dodgers vs. Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by PuffyPig View Post
    And liklely headed for FA. The Cards extended Westbrook and likely don't have the money for Lohse in the rotation, considering they have a number of younger guys (Kelly, Miller Rosenthal) ready to compete for a spot.

    Lohse with Boras as his agent may get 4-5 years @ $15M.
    Guy was such an inconsistent pitcher, really blossomed in Cardsland. Always threw an occasional gem, but not consistent like this.

    Votto up 2-0 in the count. Now 3-0.

    Joey swings 3-0 and fouls.

    Votto walks, two on. Reds now with 6 baserunners so far, third inning, no runs.

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    Re: 9/23/12 - Dodgers vs. Reds

    Ok, two on, no out. Todd Frazier up. Swings and fouls. Maybe a little patience, Todd, two straight walks.

    Inside. Ball one. Kershaw now at 43 pitches.

    Check swing foul on a big curve ball, 1-2 to Todd F.

    Todd singles to tie the game. Liner right up the middle of the field. Low pitch, curve ball.


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