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    Re: 10/3/12 - Reds at Cardinals

    Maybe they're getting the no hitter out of the way before the playoffs this year?
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    Re: 10/3/12 - Reds at Cardinals

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Servo View Post
    Make that through 5
    They're just going through the motions and that's sad in a way.
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    Re: 10/3/12 - Reds at Cardinals

    And we're about to see some runs. Arredondo on the mound.
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    Re: 10/3/12 - Reds at Cardinals

    Now that the scrubs are out (except Valdez and Cairo) this team should at least get a hit. Good tune up boys.
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    Re: 10/3/12 - Reds at Cardinals

    5 no hit innings. No hitter through 5 innings. Through 5 innings he has a no hitter
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    Re: 10/3/12 - Reds at Cardinals

    Miller needs some more seasoning but I like what I see thus far from him. You can see why the Cards drafted him in the first round.
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    Re: 10/3/12 - Reds at Cardinals

    *cough*go Braves*cough*
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    Re: 10/3/12 - Reds at Cardinals

    This is one of those innings where if Miller keeps his NO HITTER going, he's probably going to get it. Reds hitters are flailing.
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    Re: 10/3/12 - Reds at Cardinals

    thank you wilson valdez
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    Re: 10/3/12 - Reds at Cardinals

    Clap all you want bird fans. Hopefully, after today, you won't see your team again until April.

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    Re: 10/3/12 - Reds at Cardinals

    I don't understand why teams don't call up a RHP rookie to face us every day. I'd almost think we'd go 0-162 if that was the case as bad as we look against these guys every time.
    Is it "next season" yet?

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    Re: 10/3/12 - Reds at Cardinals

    Not bashing Dusty, but I think this game had the polar opposite effect than he'd planned. Get the starters to get a few AB's and feel good going into the weekend. Instead, they didn't hit any balls hard, if they hit at all.

    Maybe telling that Hoover pitches here and not Ondrusek, although he may pitch the 7th.
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    Re: 10/3/12 - Reds at Cardinals

    It would be a pile of crap if Berkman drives in a run or homers here.

    Didn't happen even if he did get a rabid cheer throughout his AB. Rusty.
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    Re: 10/3/12 - Reds at Cardinals

    X Man singles in the top of the 8th leading off

    Heisey swings a a pitch a mile outside on a hit and run and Paul is thrown out at second and strikes out

    Cairo ground out weakly to end the inning.
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    Re: 10/3/12 - Reds at Cardinals

    It's going to be down to the wire....but it does appear Valdez (.228) will lead the league in lowest slugging, and Cairo (.213) in lowest OBP.

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